The contents of the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Select registry key The CurrentControlSet key is actually a symbolic link to the control set specified by the Current setting under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Select
One of the great sources of productivity and effectiveness in the community of computer professionals is the
willingness of active practitioners to take time from their busy lives to share some of the lessons they have learned
and the techniques they have perfected. Much of the sharing takes place through online news groups, through web
postings, and through presentations at technical meetings, and those who are able to take the time to scan the
newsgroups, surf the web, and attend the meetings often gain measurably from those interactions....
This document contains possible recommended settings for the system
Registry. You can severely impair or disable a Windows NT System with
incorrect changes or accidental deletions when using a Registry editor
(Regedt32.exe or Regedit.exe) to change the system configuration. Currently,
there is no “undo” command for deletions within the Registry. Registry editor
prompts you to confirm the deletions if “Confirm on Delete” is selected from the
options menu. When you delete a key, the message does not include the name
of the key you are deleting.