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Windows Registry Vs. Registry Reviver?

Postby Reggie » Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:24 am

Windows Registry Vs. Registry Reviver

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What is the Windows Registry?

The Windows Registry is one of the most important aspects of a computer that runs on a Microsoft Windows Operating System (OS). The registry is a system-defined, hierarchical database used by the Windows operating system to store configuration and operational information. Most Windows applications write data to the registry during installation and general usage. Key system components store and retrieve configuration data through the registry. The data stored in the registry varies according to the version of Microsoft Windows you use and the type of usage your computer goes through.

With the multitude of daily computer operations that make use of the Windows Registry, chances of registry data (keys and entries) becoming invalid, empty and erroneous, constantly keeps increasing. Lot of unnecessary registry data, mostly left behind, further slow down the processing time of your computer. Some entries in the registry become erroneous and cause undesirable effects with the programs that are associated.

Therefore, with constant activity and accumulation of registry data in the Windows registry, it is necessary to perform regular maintenance, to ensure the smooth and error-free operation of your computer.


Will I find registry errors on a new computer or Windows installation?

Yes, you might find a few. The Windows OS installation process does involve the installation of various programs, services and system files, all of which result in registry activity (addition/modification), subsequently resulting in the possibility of a few registry errors.

In addition to that, when you purchase a new branded computer, manufacturers usually install plenty of software programs and services, some useful and some that aren't, which also results in registry activity.


How does Registry Reviver help?

Registry Reviver is essentially a utility program designed to scan your computer for registry errors and fix them, to better optimize your computer's performance and stability. It is the perfect tool to perform maintenance and optimize the Windows Registry. On periodic runs, you will be making sure your computer stays healthy and the Operating System error-free.

Registry Reviver also includes the following bonus features:

Registry Optimizer - Defrags and optimizes your Windows Registry, for improved reliability

Start Up Manager- Helps you improve and maintain the start up speed of your computer


Why does Registry Reviver's scan results keep varying?

Registry Reviver always performs a real-time scan of the Windows Registry. If there's a lot of registry activity going on, chances for registry errors are higher and this will reflect on the scan results. On the other hand, if you have recently used Registry Reviver to fix all the errors and if you haven't been doing much on the computer, chances are the program will find little to no registry errors. It is a little difficult to gauge the registry activity of a computer.

In some cases, you might also have programs running in the background while you run a registry scan, thereby preventing Registry Reviver from removing or repairing the registry errors associated with these active programs, in which case the program will skip the errors temporarily and attempt to remove them when those programs aren't running, during your next scan.


Is it safe to use Registry Reviver?

We understand the concerns you might have here and would like to assure you that we do our very best to improve the Registry Reviver scan engine (scanning algorithm) on a regular basis, to offer accurate results.

A well-optimized Windows Registry that is free from erroneous and invalid errors is what our product is guaranteed to offer. The benefits of a reliable, problem free computer is achieved!

In addition to the refined scan engine, we offer a Restore and Exclusion feature to help you reverse (undo) any repairs and exclude specified programs from the scan in a few easy steps.

We make this information publicly available to you, so you have a clear understanding of the Windows Registry, registry errors and how Registry Reviver helps take care of both. :)

Click here to know more about Registry Reviver.

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