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XP Registered Name Changer

By The Tech Turf Free Editors' Rating

Editors' Review Staff Feb 27, 2009
This one-trick pony lets you change your Windows registered name and company. XP Registered Name Changer has a plain, yet easily comprehensible, interface with boxes for you to quickly input a new registered name and company for your OS. You can view the current name and company with one click. Although the company name isn't required, the registered name must be input. Changes were made nearly instantly and did not require a reboot. While we certainly don't advocate making unauthorized changes to licensed software registration, any user who needs to adjust errors in their Windows registration will find this freebie handy and quick.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 1

Version 1 is the first release of XP Registered Name Changer on CNET


Release November 7, 2008
Date Added October 9, 2006
Version 1

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows, Windows XP
Additional Requirements Windows XP, Net Framework 2.0 available from Microsoft.


Total Downloads 10,091
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Developer's Description

XP Registered Name Changer is a utility to change the registered owner name and organization that appears in the Windows XP OS. You can find the current registered name and organization in the about box of Explorer or in the properties of My Computer. This program just changes the registered name and organization on your computer. It does not contact Microsoft in any way.