Why Big Brother Hates Registry Cleaners?

By: Gaelim Holland

Yeah, you heard me! Big Brother does not like registry cleaners. But he is not alone. Everyone who works in software knows that Windows has been gradually turned into one big memory dump. Now, this is an ideal feature to help your computer keep track of the kinds of programs you use, record your internet surfing history and keep an eye on you all together. Who would want to know such a things? Of course, those who can profit.

Well profit or not, all this fragmented data makes your computer extremely slow. The slower your PC becomes the more you feel you need a new one and the more incline you are to buy a new operating system that promises a faster PC experience. Its certainly fits the definition of vicious cycle. How do you break the cycle...Enter a registry cleaner.

Let's start with a basic question. What is Window's registry used for? The Registry is a database repository for information about a computer's configuration. The registry keeps growing when you install or delete software,download files or avoid using registry cleaners. As it grows, it attracts obsolete and unnecessary information, and gradually becomes cluttered and fragmented. As Window's registry grows, the overall daily PC performance degrades. The performance of the whole system is next to go and followed by many software problems. If you have any of these problems you need a registry cleaner.

Do any of these sound familiar

Windows-Installer Error

Error in DLL files

Windows Startup errors

Internet Explorer errors

Runtime errors

Corrupted Errors

Fatal Program Errors

Slow PC Speed

So, why are registry cleaners not readily available at large computer retail outlets? Because these simple and easy to use products will be cutting into computer sales and repair profits!

A good Window's registry cleaner can dramatically boost the speed of your PC by removing all the fragment data. Up to 90% of the deleted software can remain on your hard drive. Only registry cleaners wipe out all the garbage data. Regsweep is the number one registry cleaner on the market. However, there are many others that are good. This software also defrags your drive regularly.

After viewing the www.delete-computer-history.com, I found some interesting information in a few major PC magazines. The consensus is that that 93.7 percent of computer problems can be fixed with registry cleaners. They have also claim registry cleaners a necessary tool for PC maintenance and maintaining PC speed. I have am currently using two registry cleaners on a five year old laptop PC that still runs like new. You decide for your self if Big brother is conspiring against giving the consumer the benefit of PC long life by not supported registry cleaner software development and sales. However don't rush to invest in a registry cleaner if you enjoy spending $2500 for a different color of paint with the same engine under the hood.

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