Updating registry through cmd

Note that this will not work if domain group policy is enforced and users are prohibited to change the settings.

In Widows 7, we can find out if a GP is enforced or not by opening windows update window.

For example, when a program is installed, a new subkey containing settings like a program's location, its version, and how to start the program, are all added to the Windows Registry.

Inspired by this post Making Solarized work for cmd.exe, Bash on Ubuntu on Windows, and Power Shell, and striking a balance with how other Solarized projects are implemented presents some challenges.This is a Solarized color scheme for the Windows command prompt, with contributions by Neil Pankey, Ryan Beesley, Scott Hanselman, Russell West, and Paul Hampson.See the Solarized home page for screenshots and more details, as well as color schemes for other applications.The Power Shell default colors are also matched for the $Host.Private Data and PSRead Line to make them seemingly fit with the rest of the environments.Before modifying or querying a registry key, it is important to understand the options available to you for doing so.

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