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when we install any software in computer,
what chenges are made in the registry?
Surely when we install softwares in windows operating system changes are made in registry. What change it makes depends on the software that you install. Suppose you are using Kaspersky anivirus as trial version. On the expiry of trial period if you are trying to install trial version again after uninstalling old version, you cannot install because the changes made in the registry by previous version. In such cases complete uninstallers like Revo Uninstaller can help you to completely revert the changes in registry. Similarly you can keep registry backups to bring the system to previous state
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