Now to open the Registry editor no need of going to Start Menu > Run.
One can create a shortcut on desktop to open the Registry Editor
follow the steps given blow:
1. Open the Notepad and copy the following code snippet:
'Open Registry Editor
On Error Resume Next
Set WSHShell = Nothing
2. Once this is done now save the file as 'Open_Registry.vbs'
(without quotes) remember to make the file type option in
Save As dialog box to 'All files'
3. Now you can create as many shortcuts for these files as possible.
4. Since this is script file, some Antivirus or antispyware softwares
may report abuse, but override the rules and allow it to run and
enjoy the Registry Editor at click of you mouse.