Give your PC a speed boost by optimising your system Registry
After using your PC for a few months, you’ll soon find that it slows, takes far longer to boot and your complete system just seems to take far longer to achieve the same objectives from when you first installed Windows. There’s a good reason for this – many of us like to test new software and we’re often installing and removing applications. Each time you do this, files are left behind on your system, your Registry is cluttered with irrelevant information and references are left in your startup folder, so you PC attempts to launch applications that have disappeared from your machine.
Short of re-installing Windows every few months, the solution is to use a Registry optimisation tool that will scan through your entire Registry and look for irrelevant, out-of-date and redundant entries that are causing your system to perform slowly or even erratically.
Uniblue RegistryBooster is a solution for this problem and there are few tools better for getting the most from your Registry. Install, scan and you’ll be amazed with the amount of information it will find. You can then choose to automatically remove the irrelevant Registry entries or manually go through the options and select the ones you want to remove yourself. This can be a safer option and are many other options, too. You're able to run RegistryBooster every time your boot your PC and even perform a Registry defrag, which will run a deep optimisation and compact your Registry.
The program logs any changes it makes, and provides a Restore function to reverse them if you have any problems. However, it's probably a good idea to also back up your Registry before applying any tweaks (creating a system restore point is sufficient).
This is the latest RegistryBooster 2012, and features improved Registry scanning, better defragmentation functionality, and many other smaller enhancements.
Note that the trial version of Uniblue Registry Booster is a function-limited demo; it will scan the Registry and remove only 15 errors. To fix all the problems it finds, you’ll need to purchase a license.
Review by Chris Wiles.