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I'm trying to determine what edits were made to how do I search ALL non-virtual and virtual registries in Vista, Win7, et cetera? by John Saunders

I found post edit history feature? but I can not find "last edit date" on the page how do I search ALL non-virtual and virtual registries in Vista, Win7, et cetera?.

Not trusting my eyesight, even Ctrl+F (IE8, win7) could not find "last edit date".

Has this "last edit date" feature been removed?

thnx / gerry (lowry)

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See the revision history for that post here:

http://stackoverflow.com/posts/4980211/revisions

You get there by clicking the edited14 hours ago just to the left of your name.

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You can see the exact time (UTC) from the tooltip on the last edited time:

last edited time

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