Regsweep Review - is This Product Overpriced?

By: Thomas Eliot

As a registry cleaner, our testing has shown that RegSweep is a reliable, fast, and consistent registry repair program. It does perform in the way that the product's website says it will, and in our test, the utility scan did complete its test in under two minutes. It found an amazing number of errors (319), over and above our resident registry cleaner. As a registry repair tool, this utility certainly does rate among the most thorough of programs on the market.

That said, RegSweep, in comparison with other programs in its class, is little more than a registry cleaner for the price. True, it does have a Backup control as well as a Startup Manager, and these features are to be expected on most top-of-the-line registry cleaners. But this is where RegSweep's extra features end. Is the program reliable and does it fix and repair errors? Yes it is, and yes it does. It just seems to us that for the price they are asking, it could do a little more.

The user is asked to pay a premium price for this utility when he can very well find another utility with the exact same features and cleaning capabilities for a lesser price. Those who fail to do their market comparison homework may be in for a rude awakening when they learn that there are other products on the market that do a comparable job at a lower cost.

One thing that RegSweep does have going for it is its attractive and clean-looking user interface. This helps make the program smooth and easy to use. If you have a problem with your scan and repair and need help, the utility has a button to click on its main panel which takes you to an online help desk. Really, nothing could be simpler than the click of a button to help solve any problems. Although it is unlikely that you will run into any major issues using this program.

For another opinion of this registry utility, you can visit Review of RegSweep to read another evaluation of RegSweep.

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