You can try the function below to read values from the Registry:
- input: the key name (string)
- output: the value of the key (string)
public string Read(string KeyName)
RegistryKey rk = baseRegistryKey ;
RegistryKey sk1 = rk.OpenSubKey(subKey);
if ( sk1 == null )
catch (Exception e)
ShowErrorMessage(e, "Reading registry " + KeyName.ToUpper());
MY_KEY doesn't exist, the
Read function will return null.
Find some more functions to perform write, delete a single key, delete a subkey, and many more from this link: Read, write and delete from registry with C#[^]. In addition, have a look there-Reading and Writing to the Registry][^] to get detailed lessons on how to read and write to the Registry.