When your Registries are Dying, What Do you Do?

By: Ted Peterson

Quite often there are stages when a user finds that something is wrong with his/her computer and quite frankly most of them don't even know what exactly went wrong or how to correct this problem.

Majority of such population are either the young college going newbie's or the middle to old aged office going or retired people. The only problem with either kind is the lack of education about the applications and utilities on the internet which can make their and their computers life a lot easier.

What happened to there computer? Majority of these people have come across an advertisement on the internet and after clicking on those ads and few more with similar kind they find that there computer is acting crazy or getting slower. If they go in for an expensive repair or check-up they will be ripped off their pockets. So how can such class of not so computer savvy peoples be assisted? Online education about the product is the only way to easy off their curiosity.

For those who have found their computer speed coming down from a sports car to that of a truck, can now look in for the Registry First Aid software which is the most comprehensive system utility present today to help overcoming odd computer behaviors.

It's faster and identifies more problems aggressively that are directly affecting your computer's performance than any other software. Do you know, every application installed on your computer knowingly or unknowingly create new links in the registry?

Now what is Registry? Registry is the system application which stores the values generated and created when any Microsoft or Non-Microsoft compatible application is installed on a windows operating system like windows 98, 2000, XP etc.

Registry First Aid is a People's Choice award winning software with great feedback and news from its user around the world to try. Its major accomplishment are improving system performance, killing unwanted or missing registry entries which were causing the slow computer boot-up, various application hang state and even the much talked out 'Blue Screen' scenarios. Lots of people have appreciated the way this software has helped their computers.

Do you know? When an application is installed on the operating system it creates a minimum of 100 registry entries. Also, if you remove a 3rd party windows compatible application, it does not go away without leaving at-least 5 invalid links.

Do you know? Majority of system crashes are caused by the failure of registry to find out the referred link pointing to a particular system or application resource which is no longer available on that local computer!

In similar cases if the files were moved from one drive to another, they would not update the registry links and cause a much hated delay. Therefore, things Registry First Aid does is to:

? Find any invalid file/folder links or references in Windows operating system which can be 9x/NT/2000/ME/XP
? Allows the user to specify the drive and path to look for registry referred files or folders
? Repair the registry by finding exact match to re-link invalid entries
? Give an ability to user to choose to delete or retain invalid references
? Create undo files which can be used to bring back a system to a previous registry state. All the undo files are stored in RegEdit4 format.

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