Microsoft’s free suite of system utilities called PowerToys has been resurrected from the Windows XP era and is being introduced to Windows 10 systems in May 2019. It can be used by advanced users to tweak and simplify Windows operations to increase efficiency. It works with the Windows 10/Windows 11 shell while allowing users to customize individual workflows.
PowerToys has now been updated to v0.69.0 with a number of fixes, improvements, and a new registry editor, Registry Preview, which is now live.
As you can see from the picture, the editor is newly designed with Windows 11, a utility for visualizing and editing Windows registry files, a better experience than the previous version that came with Windows, dividing the editor section into multiple windows and allowing you to modify keys directly in the bottom right window.
In addition, this version fixes a crash caused by thumbnail loading in PowerToys Run and adds the ability to install by user range (for enterprise users).
Partners can download the PowerToys v0.69.0 update from the Windows App Store, or head over to GitHub to download the installer manually.