Registry Cleaner & Task Manager | Windows Management Tools

By: Julius ozoh

The windows task manager is one of the tools afforded the windows user to manage and control processes, threads and programs. It is a good tool to use as first step in checking the main computing resources - the processor and the memory.

When your computer slows down, the Ctrl-Alt-Del button brings up the task manager to afford you quickly the culprit responsible. It shows which process or program in Vista windows that are gulping processors and or memory resources.

First of all, look at the task manager to see whether the computing resources for memory and processor are adequate. The ram or the processor or both. To check for the ram usage on the task manager press ctrl alt del button and check the commit charge on the status bar if the for instance the system has a 512 memory the page file size will be 1053 or more if the commit charge always read 800 to 900/1053 then it is time for you to upgrade your ram. If the CPU usage is always over 70% it is time for you to increase your processing power.

One way you can speed up your computer is to prevent programs from launching themselves at start-up. Not only do the unwanted programs delay the start of Windows, they also continue to slow down your computer since they use system resources.

When a processor and the memory resources of your windows are heavily tasked, it is a likely failover for the registry system. As the memory try to use the page or swap file to augment for space, entries are made to the registries which later becomes redundant and end cluttering the Registry database.

A Registry Cleaner basically scans the Windows registry and finds invalid and obsolete information in it and ultimately fix errors.

By fixing these obsolete entries in Windows registry, Registry Cleaner software makes your system run faster and error free. The backup and restore function of the tool lets you backup your whole Windows Registry so you can use it to restore the Registry to the current status in case you encounter system failure.

Besides above, the startup and Internet Explorer BHO organizer features let you manage your startup and browser items with ease, and you can control the programs started with Windows and IE more easily with this feature.

Most of all system issues and errors are easily traced back to Registry errors. When you're running your PC on a Windows operating system, chances are, your computer has these errors. If your computer runs on a Windows OS, you have more than a 80% chance of having multiple Registry errors.

Those errors can cause serious problems with PC performance and can even result in fatal system crashes.

Read more on 'Tools needed to optimize your windows and Registry' also read the article 'How to correct common Registry errors' and 'How to Prevent Spyware and Adware infection'

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