Provides properties and methods for manipulating the registry.
To use these properties, you must have Read and Write permission from the RegistryPermissionAccess Enumeration. Any code running with full trust (under the default security policy, this is any code installed on the user's local hard drive) has the necessary permissions to access the registry. For more information, see RegistryPermission Class.
The following table lists examples of tasks involving the My.Computer.Registry object.
Create a registry key
Determine if a value in a registry key exists
Write data to a registry key
Delete a registry key
Read data from the registry