RegCtrls : A comprehensive utility to register and unregister COM components
The RegCtrls (Register Controls) application was developed to be a comprehensive utility to register and unregister COM components, and for troubleshooting problems with COM-component registration.It provides all the functionality of Microsoft’s REGSVR32 command-line utility and much more in an intuitive, graphical Windows program.RegCtrls' main window lists all the classes currently registered with the system registry. This allows you to browse this information and to make a number of changes to it.RegCtrls provides many options for registering and unregistering COM objects, and for viewing information about registers objects.
Registering COM ObjectsRegCtrls provides a number of methods for registering COM objects with the system registry. From the main window, you can select the Register File command (from either the menu or the toolbar) and select the files you want to register. You can also register files by dragging and dropping them onto the main window. In addition, you can also register files by dropping them on the RegCtrls program icon, which also launches the program.
Unregistering COM ObjectsRegCtrls provides a number of methods for unregistering COM objects with the system registry. From the main window, you can select the Unregister File command (from either the menu or the toolbar) and select the files you want to unregister. RegCtrls supports unregistering .EXE files and any type of .DLL files (which includes .OCX files, etc.) In order to successfully unregister .EXE and .DLL files, those files must be self-unregistering, which is standard for COM server files. If the file cannot be successfully unregistered, RegCtrls attempts to provide the most specific error message possible. (Note that unregistering stand-alone .TLB files is not supported.)
Viewing Registry InformationIn addition to registering and unregistering COM objects, RegCtrls allow you to view information about the objects currently registered on your system. This can be helpful in troubleshooting registration problems, finding old and unused entries in your registry, or for simply learning about how objects are registered with the system registry.RegCtrls' main window lists all the classes registered under the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID folder of the system registry. (Note that this is different from how Visual Basic displays a list of registered type libraries, which is more compact but does not provide as much information.) By default, only those classes marked as controls are displayed. But you can choose to include those classes marked as insertable, or to include all classes in the registry.RegCtrls Help
ConclusionTo conclude RegCtrls works on Windows operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to Freeware license. RegCtrls download file is only 41 KB in size.
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