Solved What does the command "reg" mean in Windows Command Prompt? Tags: Windows Command Prompt Last response: February 20, 2014 1:17 AM in Windows 8 Share learning-guy February 20, 2014 1:09:22 AM What does the command "reg add" mean in Windows Command Prompt? What can it do? And what about other commands start with "reg"? More about : command reg windows command prompt Reply to learning-guy Best solution EasyLover February 20, 2014 1:17:07 AM It is a Windows Console based registry tool. Better use Registry Editor. Type regedit in search on Start button. Reply to EasyLover Share Ask the community Post an answer Related resources What does it mean to "sign on" from the Command Prompt. If two operating systems are on two different HDs and booted to W8, w Forum can you do a reg restore from a command prompt? Forum What does this command mean Forum SolvedHi, my computer keeps rebooting and won't go into safe mode or command prompt. What do you suggest? Forum SolvedHow to get out of safe mode in Windows 8 using command prompt Forum SolvedWindows 8 command prompt problem Forum Solveduse Windows Command prompt on PC from Android tablet? Forum How to use safe mode command prompt windows 8 without start up Forum How do I change the Windows xp os name without any programs or a command prompt? Forum Windows 8.1 desktop apps open command prompt and close on run Forum Command Prompt Is Not Recognizing Commands on Windows 8 Forum Safe mode with command prompt does not work Forum how to Check disk using command prompt on window 7 Forum Command prompt appears when I start my computer and doesn't boot into windows 8.1 Forum can you do windows update in command prompt mode? Forum Why does my command prompt appear and then disappear Forum Windows 7 Command Prompt - No Windows Installations Found. Forum Safe mode with command prompt does not work Forum Why does my command prompt appear and then disappear Forum command used to check recent file, folder,site form ip,what all command can be kept in task manager from dos comand prompt Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 8 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !