Re-Enable Windows Registry Editor, Cmd, Task Manager, Run, Folder Option and System Restore

Re-Enable is a handy Windows application that allows you to quickly re-enable the registry editor (regedit), command console (cmd), task manager, run command, folder option and system restore configuration with just a click of mouse. This portable tool is similar to Virus Effect Remover and XP Quick Fix (works for XP only).

Most of the time when your computer get infected by viruses, worms or trojans, these malicious codes will give you hard times for you to detect and remove them by disabling the Windows task manager, folder option, registry editor and command prompt.

Even after you’ve run your Anti-virus software and succeeded in removing these malicious codes, the effects caused by them is still there. So here you need to fire up Re-enable, check the options that you want to enable and then click on the Enable button. Now, all your previously disabled features are back.

Re-enable Registry Editor, Command Console, Folder Option, Run, Task Manager and System Restore

Re-enable is coded in .net but you doesn’t need .net installed on your computer to run this freeware because .net dependencies are included in the program which makes this tool fully portable. Re-enable works perfectly on Windows XP, Vista and 7.

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Steve Yu is a technology blogger with five years blogging experience (since 2007). He is the founder of MyTechQuest.com.
  • http://nettoyer-registre.com/ Mario

    If you use regedit to edit the Windows registry manually, I suggest you take a backup as a precaution. Deleting good keys by mistake can even cause the operating system to crash.
    .-= Check out Mario´s latest blog post ..RegCure en Français =-.

  • Eric

    worked perfect for me, all things are back to normal. //Eric