Any user exploring the Windows OS will soon discover how important and crucial the system registry is for its normal operation. It’s a centralized storage for all OS- and program-related records, including paths, settings, user’s choices, driver codes and hundreds of other items the your operating system uses all the time. As time goes by and more and more programs are installed on your PC, the registry becomes cluttered with residual keys and values that often cause problems or prevent other programs from being installed. Due to its size, the system registry is hardly manageable in the manual mode (unless you are a guru and know it inside out), so most users prefer using specialized registry management and optimization tools like RegOrganizer 5.21.
RegOrganizer 5.21 is a powerful and versatile solution for registry optimization and maintenance. Not only will it help you make your registry leaner, thus decreasing the typical OS load time, but will also help you sweep it clean of invalid and residual entries causing all kinds of problems. With RegOrganizer 5.21, you can easily find records related to specific programs and get rid of them, search the registry for invalid and broken links to files and libraries, obsolete keys, invalid uninstallation data — and remove all of these entries with a couple of clicks. The software enables you to defragment and compress your registry file, preview *.reg files before merging them with your system registry, manage automatically started applications, tweak your system by unlocking its undocumented functions and do a whole lot more! In a number of situations, optimizing your registry may turn out to be more efficient (and cheaper!) than adding RAM to your PC, so if you are serious about removing performance bottlenecks and keeping your system in a good shape, we highly recommend letting RegOrganizer 5.21 work on it!
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