Update: Get Free Tips - Using Your Registry Favorites On Another PC As Well

The registry editor can save frequently visited keys as favorites. This makes them readily available for re-configuration. In order to benefit from it even on another computer or after a re installation, you want to secure the favorites outside the respective program.

Windows saves the favorites directly in the Registry. So all you have to do is export the relevant branch in an REG file and import it to the target computer to use the bookmarks on it.
This is how it works.
In the registry editor, open the ‘HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Applets\Regedit\Favorites’ key.
All the entries of the favorites’ menus are listed here. Select the key and open the ‘Registration | Export registration file’ or ‘File | Export’...

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