Registry Software Vendors Play Numbers Games

By: Sunil Ohri

It is true that some Registry cleaners are truly is more aggressive than others, digging deeper and looking in more places for more kinds of errors.
You may have tried to run a few different registry cleaners and one tool might report 18 errors while another might report 800 errors. The question is, do registry software vendors develop software that is fudges numbers and over-reporting errors to make financial gain.

I decided to investigate further. I ran a test using the Top Ten most popular rated registry cleaners on the market.
The top ten registry cleaners chosen for the test were PcOptimizerPro, Xp Repair Pro, Error Doctor, Registry Fix, Error Nuker, Registry tool kit, Registry Medic, Bug Doctor and Ace Utilities. I installed a fresh copy of windows XP Pro on a computer system. The system was fully up to date with all patches and updates for XP. No Registry-cleaner software had been used on the system, and so no errors or debris should have accumulated in the Registry since the original installation of XP was still there.
I installed and ran one cleaner at a time, with a reboot between each run. I made a note of the number of Registry errors the software found.
I was shocked at the results. Each registry cleaner found ridiculous amounts of errors, some cleaners in excess of 500 errors. You might wonder what was going on: Why should registry-cleaning software's find errors on a brand new computer system. Are software vendors fudging their numbers? I am a not a software engineer so I am not going to confirm nor deny that accusation. The only thing that I can confirm is that PcOptimizerPro.com was the only program that found no initial registry errors when utilized. Further tests on infected computer systems with PcOptimizerPro proved to me that PcOptimizerPro is a very honest and stable program. PcOptimizerPro is not just a registry cleaner but boosts pc performance also, which is a great-added bonus. I decided to contact PcOptimizerPro directly to confirm the architecture of their software. After numerous discussions with PcOptimizerPro I decided to ask to become a reseller of their product, as I truly believed in the honest policy they implement. Eventually they agreed to allow me to become an affiliate and get a percentage sale of each copy of PcOptimizerPro. The affiliate rates are only 10%, however I am a firm believer in promoting products that I personally see value in. I could have easily signed up for the 70% affiliation schemes the other registry-cleaning vendors are offering but decided to stick with a solid, honest and reliable program "PcOptimizerPro"

In conclusion: I would exercise caution when choosing a registry cleaner, most programs will offer you the Sun, Moon and Stars . PcOptimizerPro offers an honest piece of software that does exactly what it says on the tin or in this case the software box!

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