What does the Registry Optimizer do?
The Windows® registry, the control center of your system. It saves all system settings and the settings of your hardware and software. If your registry is not regularly checked and cleaned, many problems can arise. Therefore your Windows® registry, just like your hard disc drive, should be maintained regularly. Some of the most frequent errors that occur on your PC might be based on a faulty registry. Some of these errors become more and more evident with a longer lifetime of your computer, because the longer the operating time of your PC, the larger the number of outdated, redundant or damaged entries that will slow down your PC. When the registry is cleaned, your operating system will become faster, because of less computing power that is needed when accessing the registry. The Registry Optimizer scans this database and identifies faulty or broken links, in order to delete or repair those fully automatic. Safety definitely comes first here!
Optimal search algorithms based on more than a decade of experience lead to perfect search results. These also provide safe and extensive cleaning of the Windows® Registry which is guaranteed by the connection to the real-time backup. The default settings are safe and the program will only find those entries that can be deleted risk-free. These settings provide an optimal cleaning performance at maximum safety for your operating system. In the chapter The Windows® Registry you will find further information on the Windows® Registry and why it is important to “clean” the registry. Registry entries which might invade your privacy can be identified and deleted with the Registry Optimizer. In the Chapter Settings you will find further information on how to individually configure the program.