Archive for March 27th, 2009
Then, there’s the real world we live in. In the real world, programs that are uninstalled leave behind hundreds (or even thousands) of registry entries that will come back to annoy you, haunt you or interfere with the operation of your computer. Why is that?
Where Slow Computers Are Made
Simply put, many software companies want to keep you as a customer. They use their software not only to give you what you want, but also as a marketing tool to allow them to plug their other software products. These “plugs” can be found in the registry and will pop up whenever something triggers them. If the software company were on the ball, they’d remove these plugs when you uninstall their product. There’s no incentive for them to do that, though. If they remove this material, there’s no way for them to remind you that you once thought enough of their products to load them on your computer in the first place.
Not all software companies do this, but this is one illustrative example of how companies use your computer’s registry and why it gets so fouled up so fast. Simply put, there’s no real incentive for companies to clean up the mess they made on your computer, so they don’t. That’s why you need a registry cleaner and where a program like RegCure can help.
RegCure Will Speed Up Your Computer
RegCure is an award-winning registry cleaner that can locate and remove these invalid registry keys, remove unwanted or orphaned program code, and help tidy up the hundreds of thousands of lines of programming code that your computer has to sift through each time it starts or runs a program.
RegCure has been downloaded nearly two million times by people who trust it to clean their computers and restore the computer’s optimal performance. There are many things that interfere with your ability to get your job done, but don’t let old software slow you down. Install RegCure on your computer and maximize your computer’s potential.
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