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Cleaning And Repairing The Registry


I am dumb like a door as Computer is concerned and I don’t understand How technology works and that is why i never write on subject I don’t understand but after coming across this article about computer and slow speed, I relate to my self and Millions of user who are just like me so i thought of posting this very informative article. As it is…  

Sam Hindu

Thursday, July 24, 2008

by Henry Eliot

Do you find that as the days go by, your computer is becoming
slower and slower? Does it seem like it takes at least twice as long
to perform the same tasks? Do you just want to speed up your
computer in general? In this article I’m going to talk about a

couple different ways that you can get your computer running fast
again in short order. Fixing minor computer problems doesn’t take a
degree and can be really quite simple — especially when you have
certain tools at your disposal.

 First of all, run that virus protection program! This is beyond
important. I know it can be tedious to wait for the generous amount
of time it takes to scan the entire hard disk, but it’s well worth
it. All you have to do is run the scan, and go do something else. Go
watch some TV. If you want to fix PC errors and speed up your
computer, you need to do it right and it’s not going to correct

itself magically.

 But, my general rule for running a virus scan is
as follows: ALWAYS boot up in safe mode first. Why? It’s really
quite simple. Viruses are advanced enough to embed themselves in the
“critical areas” of your computer that they know your virus
protection program won’t touch!

For example, take system restore
points. Viruses are programmed to hide here because system restore
points are generally left alone during routine scans. Back up data
is important, after all, and this information is not touched on a
regular scan due to the sensitivity of the information. This can be
problematic though if you have viruses obviously, so you should
always boot up in safe mode first.

Many of us are used to dealing with viruses and take the correct
precautions to prevent malicious software from infecting our
important data. Hopefully, you have learned the importance of
booting in safe mode.

 In fact, I encourage you to try it right now,
just to be on the “safe side.” But if you’re coming up short — no
viruses are found — and your computer is still running at a sub-par
level, then it is time to take a look into the Windows registry.
Cleaning up and maintaining the registry is one of the most
important yet delicate tasks necessary to a healthy, functioning
PC. If you let the registry constantly build without attention,

files will be spread thin and possibly put out-of-place. This often
leads to slow boot ups, freezing, error messages and crashing. If
you are experiencing any of these problems, there is a solution.
Luckily, there are several PC tools designed just for the purpose of
cleaning and repairing the registry, and are a nice
complement to your virus protection program.

Personally, I am now using RegistryEasy to keep my computer
running in tip-top shape. It utilizes automatic scans and backups to
keep my computer running fast and up to speed with my lifestyle. I
have used several registry repair programs over the years, and
RegistryEasy is no exception when it comes to quality. Here are some
of the more basic features:

  1. Four scanning and cleaning options: registry cleaner, evidence
    cleaner, junk file cleaner, duplicate file cleaner
  2. Automatically clears out the browser cache and history, as
    well as all temporary files.
  3. Backup protocol, organization, and system restore
  4. Browser help objects and management
  5. Five separate system optimization utilities: System Optimizer,
    Block ActiveX, Error Utilities, Registry ActiveX, and the Tweak
    Memory function.

So there you have it. I have listed some
simple steps for you to take towards effective computer
maintenance. I hope you have learned both the importance of

running your virus protection program in safe mode and some of
benefits that frequent registry scans bring. For more information,
don’t hesitate to visit my website!
Want to discover how I keep my computer optimized with the
second-best registry cleaning tool on the market? Then visit my
website at RegistryDiagnosis.com,
where you can compare and determine the registry utility most
appropriate for your needs.

 Henry Eliot

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