Delphi programmers have the pain to configure Delphi everytime a new installation
has been accomplished. By saving some Registry Keys at least some of the work to be done after a new installation can be reduced. This small tool (DelphiRegistryBackup) will do this job. It
creates a backup of the delphi registry keys and call them after a new installation of Delphi.
This tool is able to save days of configuration work!
However some issues have to be considered to get this up and done. First if you
have a full copy of Delphi you can do fine. You have to reinstall because of the windows configuration. Then copy the backup on the installed directory. Then you can do the full registry backup.
If you dont have the full copy of Delphi, you have to accomplish the new
installation in the same absolute folder location then the original location of Delphi
In this case you should backup the major keys only (2nd option in the backup tool).
And please bear in mind: Delphi must not be running
while restoring the keys otherwise the restored registry values will be overwritten again!