How Confident Are You With Registry Cleaners?

November 18, 2009 | By | 7 Replies More

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It has been quite a while since I last featured a registry cleaner on this blog. Brushing up with the facts, registry cleaners are utility software designed to fix and restore Windows registry errors.

Registry cleaners running on a computer normally remove configuration and unnecessary data utilized by the system in an attempt to make the system respond quicker on various operations when required.

The latter scans your Windows registry for leftover files whenever there are failed installations on your computer, dormant files or data no longer used by the system including settings that trigger spyware or malware to operate on your system.

Though registry cleaners offer a great deal of optimizing your computer by automating the process of cleaning up the clutters in your system through removal of broken links, unwanted files, and missing file references from previously removed programs that cause system bloat, some similar software can scrape out old registry entries that are still usable. When that happens, old programs may not function properly and cause crash.

In this case, you may consult registry cleaner reviews to help you choose which utility tool best serves your requirement. Genuine feedback from users will provide you with an idea on how to gauge which software outperforms the rest in its kind.

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  1. Bill says:

    I try many cleaner but when I check still I have to remove manually the software that I want to deleted from roots registry. Is there 100% cleean cleaner???
    .-= Bill´s last blog ..Easy Way Creating Your Own Online Store =-.

  2. Mathdelane says:

    Hi Bill,
    That normally happens for the regular Windows uninstall process where there would still be presence of registry entries that remain however you might want to check Add-on features that make up a great uninstaller program and its featured software. It’s a powerful uninstaller that allows you to totally remove all registry entries associated with the program you are trying to get rid of and what’s also nifty about it is the unrecoverable delete feature.
    I hope that answers your concern.

  3. Darnell Galbraith says:

    I am confused as to if this product is better.

  4. Mathdelane says:

    I understand from your URL that you are marketing a different registry cleaner. That’s okay. Try any software that you may think is good, after all you can always uninstall them. I’ve tried this software once and what I’ve mentioned on the post are based on my observations. Feel free to share yours too in case you’ve tried.

    Honestly, I don’t really use any registry cleaner.

  5. Yeah, the same has happened with me. Tried a lot of registry cleaners, but cant get rid of manually removing and cleaning registry dump.. Finally, decided to stop using any registry cleaner.

  6. Akhilesh says:

    I use Advanced Windows Care free version. It is much more than a simple registry cleaner and helps to boost your PC’s performance. Besides it, I have tried many of them including CCleaner. I can not understand why you do not use a Registry Cleaner Mathdelane. My PC always becomes slow when I do not.

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