RegCure Is A Trusted Name Among Registry Cleaners
Paul Watson, PC Technician Thursday, April 16th 2009
If you’re considering the purchase of a registry cleaner, can the products you’re considering say all of that? Can they say any of that? If not, consider RegCure as possibly one of the best registry cleaners available today.
Chances are good that your computer performance isn’t what it should be. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be considering the purchase of a registry cleaner. If performance were important to you, why would you rely on an unproven program to improve your computer’s performance? Stick with the name that more than 60 million people trust to improve the performance of their computers. Stick with RegCure!
Over time, the size of your computer’s registry file grows. Each application you add to your computer writes information into the registry. Registry entries also get made when you add hardware, install fonts, make shortcuts, and set individual preferences within Windows.
Ghosts In The Machine
Uninstall routines are supposed to remove these lines when they remove the rest of the program files. Frequently, however, these registry entries get abandoned. Sometimes, a new application will take the place of an older entry. Instead of removing the older entry however, the old entry is deactivated and left behind. Incorrectly removed shortcuts, old preferences, and invalid keys remain.
Windows programs use dynamic linked library (DLL) files. Sometimes different programs use a common DLL. Occasionally, one program will write a new version of a DLL, leaving the old one behind or eliminating it. There are registry entries that belong to each DLL, and when one gets overwritten, removed or replaced, extra now-invalid entries related to the old DLL get left behind.
RegCure eliminates all of these things, and with it, the crashes, freezes and slow performance that dog your computer. It cleans up the mysterious Windows error messages you receive – again caused by abandoned code that was forgotten when a program was uninstalled.
Try the free scan on your computer. There’s no obligation to buy the product, but take a look at the report and see which ghosts are still haunting your computer.
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