The Windows registry is used as a primary storage of Microsoft Windows system settings. As time goes by, the registry steadily grows in size and gets cluttered with irrelevant and outdated entries. This affects the speed and stability of your PC.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:02
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Description: The Windows registry is used as a primary storage of Microsoft Windows system settings. As time goes by, the registry steadily grows in size and gets cluttered with irrelevant and outdated entries. This affects the speed and stability of the whole system. However, there are solutions out there that efficiently solve these problems in just a few minutes and improve your PC's overall performance and stability of operation. Meet Handy Registry Cleaner - a tool intended for removing invalid and obsolete records from your system registry. Apart from its main feature - registry cleaning and optimization - the software is capable of rolling back the changes made to your Windows installation, so you will always be able to restore the original state of your operating system.
Handy Registry Cleaner has an intuitive user-friendly interface featuring the Handy Registry Cleaner Control Bar that integrates into the upper menu of your browser. A single mouse click from time to time will keep your Windows registry in perfect shape. Try this simple and reliable solution by downloading its free version right away!
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