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    • Article 1 Why is Windows Registry crucial to your PC’s performance? The Windows registry is the core of your PC. It is the storehouse of all the crucial files that tell Windows OS how to execute programs and hardware, as well as the varied personal settings you have made in Windows, such as the desktop wallpaper or the mouse speed. Windows constantly scans the registry as you use your PC so that everything runs properly. Cluttering of Windows registry or any problems with it will severely affect your PC as the registry is critical to your PC's functioning. Having said that the registry very frequently attracts lots of common computer problems. It tends to collect a lot of unwanted, outdated or erroneous files which leads to a substandard PC performance. You can very easily spot a problem with your registry through any of the following symptoms: • Sluggish Performance • Slow System boot or shutdown • Frequent error pop-ups • System crashing or stalling • The most dreaded Blue screen There are several ways that registry can get corrupted or filled with obsolete files. The most common culprit is incomplete uninstallation of software. Lets say you install an exciting new software. During this installation many folders and files are created by the software. Somewhere down the line you get bored and want to uninstall this software. When you use the uninstaller it would most probably skip deletion of those folders and files which were created during the installation. Such files and folders clutter the registry. Spyware and malware also created certain unwanted files or end up corrupting existing files. This also contributes to registry performance degradation along with the temporary files that are created and then left behind by Windows OS. While the causes for registry problem are numerous these three are the major contributors to your PC problems. There exists a possiblity to set right the windows registry manually. However I would strongly advise against users tinkering with the registry on their own by
    • hand. If you delete or change any file by mistake this will compound your problems and not reduce them. To err is human so lets not take chances. To clean your registry of excessive and corrupt files or folders the best and safest solution is to use a windows registry cleaner software. This software is a wonderful application which scans your PC thoroughly and spots the unwanted or corrupt files/folders. These are listed to you neatly as a report. All that you need to do is click on heal/clean button and the software does the rest. What you get is a healed PC which works normally. A common misconception is that the software may delete some crucial registry files. While is completely false I would suggest that, for your satisfaction, you take a backup of the windows registry before you use the software. As the software works on the most crucial aspect of your PC, the registry, buy the software from a reputed firm with a large customer base. Also check with the provider if the software works on your version of the Windows.
    • Article 2 STEP BY STEP APPROACH TO FIX YOUR PC Is your PC stalling? Do you get a blue screen? Is your PC real slow? Your PC needs some help. But relax. I will give you a neat step by step approach to get your PC fixed. You will be able to get your PC running the way it's supposed to in 3 easy steps: 1. FIND IF REGISTRY IS THE REAL SOURCE OF PROBLEM! Not always the registry is to be blamed for your PC troubles. To spot the problem please run your anti-virus and anti-spyware program. If still the problem persists then the registry is the source of trouble. Please proceed to the next step. 2. BACK UP YOUR REGISTRY FILES If you are using a registry cleaner software the chances are high that the software would automatically take a back-up of your registry files. In case you are depending on the manual approach then these are the methods to use for registry back up with various Windows programs. Registry Backup for Windows Vista: 1. Start-->Control Panel-->System-->System Protection 2. Select the hard drive that will be your restore point and hit the Crate button 3. You will then be prompted on how to complete the backup To restore your Registry: 1. Start-->All Programs-->Accessories-->System Tools-->System Restore 2. Click Next-->select restore point-->Click Next
    • 3. You will be prompted on how to complete restoration Registry Backup for Windows 2000/2003/XP: 1. Start-->All Programs-->Accessories-->System Tools-->Backup. 2. After backup utility comes up, check to see if you are in "Wizard" to avoid errors, and hit Next 3. Select "only back up the system state data". You will continue to hit Next until it's finished. Then hit Finish, and the registry backup will begin. Close once it's finished To restore the registry: 1. Initiate the Backup Utility 2. In the Wizard mode, choose the backup version you want and click Next, then Finish, then close out this program 3. FIX YOUR REGISTRY The simplest solution is to restore your system. If that is not possible please choose an alternative from below: 1. Go to the registry editor to repair or get rid of the problem (the folders & keys). A very risky approach! 2. Re-format your hard drive and install windows once again. Can be pretty irritating! 3. Send your computer to a shop to have it fixed. This is going to cost money and effort! 4. Spend the least money and effort to buy a quality registry cleaner software. A Smart choice! My recommendation is choice 4. Buy a good software for a small fee and get your PC up and running with just one click!
    • Article 3 How to Spot the Ultimate Registry Cleaner? The registry cleaner software market is cluttered with many players just like your slow PC registry is cluttered with unwanted files. So how do you work through this maze and find the best registry cleaner software? 1. Is it user-friendly? Will you be comfortable using it? Even the best software may prove useless to you unless the user interface appears simple and understandable to you. The download of software, installation and usage of software must be easy and understandable. If these steps appear complex then the chances are high that you would spend more time understanding the software and your slow PC problem would persist. 2. What does the package actually offer? This is the most important and trickiest step. Almost all providers gloat about the same features. So purely going by the software provider's portal may not be entirely helpful. Look around the internet to read blog reviews and more importantly actual user reviews. A simple prod here and there will make you aware of the true worth of the software. 3. Is an automatic registry backup available? An automatic registry backup is very essential. Any action the software takes should be accompanied by an automatic backup which would have a restore point. To put in simple terms you should be able to undo your software's recent actions. Any software without this feature is hollow. 4. How good is the support? As with any product you should also check about the quality of support provided. A 24X7 online support would be very useful for you to resolve problems immediately. This also shows that the service provider is interested in providing you quality service. 5. How much does it cost? If you are trying to save money in buying cheap applications but have fewer features than the complete package, you may want to think again. Most
    • complete-package deals can also be offered in discounts, plus the fact that they will provide you with full version of the product. Make it a habit to try trial scans so that you can instantly get a glimpse of how fast and accurate a registry cleaner is.
    • Article 4 How to fix a slow PC? You would have noticed that when your PC was brand new it was zippy and all software loaded quickly and the system boot and shutdown were quick. However as time progressed the software loading may have become an agonizing wait. These gradual but significant changes reflect the status of the PC’s registry. The “registry” is a single central directory which stores OS settings and options for all hardware and software installed. The registry was developed to replace the proliferation of configuration files, for various Windows applications, which were distributed in various parts of the computer’s hard drive. As the PC became more powerful, running a more abundant and richer variety of applications, a centralized archive of the configuration settings, of these programs, became an effective mechanism improving the PC’s performance by reducing time spent searching for the relevant files, and reducing the likelihood of conflicts between different settings. The registry has become a single archive upon which all aspects of the computer’s operation rely. Although only a data archive, by concentrating what was otherwise important, but not necessarily essential, information, in a single file structure, its corruption can quite readily cause total catastrophic failure of the PC. Similarly, the Windows registry has created something of a security liability since malicious, or merely poorly designed, code simply needs to access one location to modify the PC’s security settings. There is also an issue associated with uninstalling software, in that applications that are uninstalled incorrectly, or whose uninstall application is poorly designed, may not remove all instances of the program from the registry, and hence the registry generally becomes longer and more complicated, and correspondingly slower to access, over time. But, possibly, the major limitation to the registry is its very obscurity. Although integral for the operation of every user’s machine, and although it may have a finger in many of the system problems that people face on their computers, it is largely inscrutable to anyone less than an absolute expert. And, as touched on, the consequences of making an error when manually modifying the registry could be terminal for the computer. All-in-all, therefore, the registry could be characterized as a no-go area for almost all computer users. Faced with such a challenge, rather than risk manually editing their registry, most users will turn to registry cleaner software to fix registry errors and fragmentation,
    • to deliver improved performance, increase system stability and tighten security. These utilities can tune up and streamline the PC’s registry to enhance computing experience and eliminate related system seizures and crashes. But the decision as to which software to use or buy must not be taken lightly and skimping on a registry cleaner utility might be a false economy. A poorly designed free application could end up by removing critical registry entries and information that will damage the system and jeopardize its stable operation. Users may then also find that this same cheap application doesn’t come with access to a technical support team which they can contact for help. This would then mean spending more money on costly computer repairs and risking losing data (which it may not be able to recover). On the other hand the advantage of good registry repair applications is that they are specialized and thoroughly tested applications specifically designed to optimize performance. A reputable registry cleaner will log all the registry repairs implemented and will even store a backup of the previous registry settings. Put simply, the Windows registry is too important for the safe, secure and stable performance of your PC, to be ignored, yet correspondingly it is too sensitive to be edited by someone (or something) without the appropriate skills. The only realistic option for most PC users, for delivering regular registry maintenance, is to download a registry cleaner application produced by a reputable software firm.
    • Article 5 How a registry cleaner can help speed up your PC? You would have noticed that when your PC was brand new it was zippy and all software loaded quickly and the system boot and shutdown were quick. However as time progressed the software loading may have become an agonizing wait. The common misconception is that computer problems are often caused by insufficient memory on the hard drive. The deterioration in the computer’s performance is more than likely caused by an overblown registry. What is the 'registry'? The Windows registry is the core of your PC. It is the storehouse of all the crucial files that tell Windows OS how to execute programs and hardware, as well as the varied personal settings you have made in Windows, such as the desktop wallpaper or the mouse speed. Windows constantly scans the registry as you use your PC so that everything runs properly. Cluttering of Windows registry or any problems with it will severely affect your PC as the registry is critical to your PC's functioning. Having said that the registry very frequently attracts lots of common computer problems. It tends to collect a lot of unwanted, outdated or erroneous files which leads to a substandard PC performance. When should you do a Registry Scan? If you have any of the following problems it would be advisable to perform a Windows Registry Scan: • Slow Start Ups – Your PC, which used to start up in few seconds, now takes ages to boot up. This is because the registry gets bloated with unwanted files over a period of time! What’s more, while booting up, you keep getting annoying prompts informing you that DLL or some other operating system files are corrupt or just cannot be found. • Your PC Does Not Respond – Your PC refuses to do anything you want it to do. Very frequently you use ‘Control+Alt+Delete’ to end programs that fail to close. Also you find many programs just fail to open altogether.
    • • Slow Internet Browsing – The Internet speed is so slow that web pages take an eternity to load and downloading anything is just painful. Also, media and music files take forever and a day to open up on the computer, if they do open up at all. • Your System Suddenly Hangs – You find your computer freezing or hanging up any time it feels like, for no apparent rhyme or reason. This is mostly because of too much conflicting information or too many invalid paths that are stored in the registry. • You Get The Blue Screen Of Death – The blue screen of death is exactly what it says it is. All those messages you see on that ominous blue screen are in fact just different ways of informing you that your system is dead. If you are experiencing any of the above problems, your best option would be to run a windows registry scan on your computer. How Windows Registry Scanners Work This software is a wonderful application which scans your PC thoroughly and spots the unwanted or corrupt files/folders. These are listed to you neatly as a report. All that you need to do is click on heal/clean button and the software does the rest. What you get is a healed PC which works normally. A common misconception is that the software may delete some crucial registry files. While is completely false I would suggest that, for your satisfaction, you take a backup of the windows registry before you use the software. As the software works on the most crucial aspect of your PC, the registry, buy the software from a reputed firm with a large customer base. Also check with the provider if the software works on your version of the Windows. Based on my experience, I strongly suggest you try RegEasy but these site ha a comparative reviews of various registry cleaners.