The latter item provides the following information:
EasyReg uses Windows system files such as dynamic link libraries (*.DLL files) and ActiveX controls (*.OCX files). Upon installation of EasyReg these files are copied to the Windows system folder. However, it is possible to copy these Windows system files back to the EasyReg folder, via File > Copy the Windows system files to the EasyReg folder, provided that an uninstall file (*UNST.LOG or *UNST.000) is available (because the Windows system files involved are read from this uninstall file), and the EasyReg folder is not write protected. Then a file AUTORUN.INF will be copied to the EasyReg folder as well.
Next, copy the entire contents of the EasyReg folder including these Windows system files to a CD, and make the CD readable in any CD-Rom drive. Note that only the contents of the EasyReg folder should be copied to CD, not the EasyReg folder itself. Then you can run EasyReg from CD on any Windows host computer without installing it. Since the CD is usually write protected, EasyReg will run via EASYREGN.EXE, similarly to the network version. The program EASYREGN.EXE is automatically activated by AUTORUN.INF after inserting the CD in the CD-Rom drive.
Note that these new menu items are only displayed if the EasyReg folder is not write protected.