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Registry Life: A Tool for Maintaining Windows Registry - Review
09-10-2012, 01:46 AM,
Registry Life: A Tool for Maintaining Windows Registry - Review
Quote:Windows registry is important for its proper functioning. Windows default commands and commands for the installed software is embedded in the registry. So, if registry becomes corrupted, things will start malfunctioning. Ideally a software uninstallation should remove all the registry entries that software creates during installation or during its function. Unfortunately in most cases this does not happen. Also Windows itself stores junk registries time to time. With the increase in duration of computer usage, unneeded registry entries get accumulated and chances of false or invalid commands from those useless registries increase and Windows start slowing down. Also, fragmentation in registry is a factor that grows with time. Response from Windows registry slows down with fragmentation.

There have been two schools of thought regarding cleaning up and optimization of Windows registry. In spite of the above mentioned facts (hypothesis !!) some do not believe in the utility of registry maintenance while some does believe in that. A common point of belief is that registry cleaning should be done with proper knowledge since it could be dangerous if edited improperly.

Registry Life is a free utility from ChemTable Software that does the registry cleaning and optimization with ease. It offers automatic backup, exclusion, manual selection of reported registry entries. Please note that registry maintenance software does its job based on some algorithms and so none is perfect to identify the real situation. So, when using registry cleaning you need to manually justify whether only useless registry entries are getting removed.
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09-15-2012, 09:01 AM,
RE: Registry Life: A Tool for Maintaining Windows Registry - Review
Thank you for the review. Always backup you're registry before playing with it Wink. Have a nice weekend Wink.
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