How do I find all existing values for registry?


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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit 19044.1706
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    How do I find all existing values for registry?


    I Am tweaking my system for minimum latency. I go to registry a lot. But I Am very careful and not doing any changes, which I don't understand. I usually find what value does, by googling it and find it on microsoft docs, or elsewhere. But sometimes I can't google it, or find it on microsoft docs! I tried to google this, but found nothing much.

    Do you have any tips how to find all existing values, e.g. for specific registry key?

    That would help a lot, thanks!
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    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4355 (x64) [22H2]
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    empleat said:
    I Am tweaking my system for minimum latency. I go to registry a lot. But I Am very careful and not doing any changes, which I don't understand. I usually find what value does, by googling it and find it on microsoft docs, or elsewhere. But sometimes I can't google it, or find it on microsoft docs! I tried to google this, but found nothing much.

    Do you have any tips how to find all existing values, e.g. for specific registry key?

    That would help a lot, thanks!



    If you are referring to all the changes made in the registry by say... installing a program, then you want a program like RegShot.


    How to Use Regshot To Monitor Your Registry



    The short version is... it takes a pic of your registry. Then after you DO something, like install a program, it takes another pic and compares the two... showing YOU what has changed.
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  3. Posts : 582
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit 19044.1706
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    Ghot said:
    If you are referring to all the changes made in the registry by say... installing a program, then you want a program like RegShot.


    How to Use Regshot To Monitor Your Registry



    The short version is... it takes a pic of your registry. Then after you DO something, like install a program, it takes another pic and compares the two... showing YOU what has changed.
    No, I meant how do I find all registry values, which are available for specific key like:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power

    What if it is not found on microsoft docs and google + bing finds nothing?

    You can create here all these values, yet I couldn't find what they do each specifically:

    Code:
    ExitLatency -> 1
    ExitLatencyCheckEnabled -> 1
    Latency -> 1
    LatencyToleranceDefault -> 1
    LatencyToleranceFSVP -> 1
    LatencyTolerancePerfOverride -> 1
    LatencyToleranceScreenOffIR -> 1
    LatencyToleranceVSyncEnabled -> 1
    RtlCapabilityCheckLatency -> 1
    Their purpose is to tell windows to stop tolerating high DPC/ISR latencies.
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