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Accessing the registry in UWP is more difficult. But by comparison, it is more common to use
LocalSettings, here is the document.
Windows.Storage.ApplicationDataContainer localSettings = Windows.Storage.ApplicationData.Current.LocalSettings; // set localSettings.Values["exampleSetting"] = "Hello Windows"; // get Object value = localSettings.Values["exampleSetting"];
You can store user settings this way (you can also provide a default value when you first read the settings).
Hi, Sorry I misunderstood what you meant. But for external applications, you should not try to modify its configuration (if it does not expose related methods). Hasty changes are likely to have an inestimable impact on the application. As far as I know, the Camera app does not provide instructions.
This is now straightforward…