Fix Registry and Performance Problems in Just Three Steps

by : Daryl Moore

Have you just began the journey of having to fix registry errors and are trying to figure out the best way to accomplish this goal? There are so many product choices, registry reviews on the net, and no guarantees that the registry is even your problem to start with.

The following three steps will guide you to fix registry problems in a few short minutes.

Step One: Ensure that the Registry is Actually Your Problem

If you have already run a virus and spyware scan (as well as malware and adware) and your problem still exists, there is a good chance that the issue can be your registry.

The following symptoms are common to the need for registry repair: Your computer freezes (or crashes and is slow), programs are slow to load (if they can be loaded at all), you cannot add or remove programs from your PC, there is a delay in response time, you are having to constantly reboot your computer, or you are getting the Blue Screen of Death (which is blue with white letters).

If you are experiencing a good portion of the problems outlined above, the chances are good that you will need to fix registry problems to be running smooth again.

Step Two: Find a Quality Registry Product and Conduct a Free Scan

The next step is to locate a product that can repair the issue for you on the first attempt and that contains as many features as you can get for your money.

Quality products offer a free scan feature before you have to pay for the repair function imbedded in the software. You can then make sure that your challenges are in the registry before spending your hard-earned money on software that will not help you.

When you are researching reviews, make sure that the sites you visit have multiple products reviewed and use the same criteria to judge all products on the site. Also make sure that the registry reviews are extremely detailed and offer screen shots of each stage of the review process. This way you can determine how easy the software will be for you to understand and use. Screen shots also prove that the reviewer has actually used the products that he or she is reviewing.

Most products out there are designed to remove critical errors, so the majority will do a decent job. The difference is in the number of optimization, scan, and repair choices for the money. There are some products that are better than others when it comes to this.

Step Three: If Errors Exist, Proceed with Paying for the Repair Function of the Software

The software that you used for the free scan should have a detailed list of errors and what category of the registry the errors exist in. If you have discovered errors from the scan, you will want to go ahead and fix the problem.
The good news is that the repair portion of the process takes only seconds. The download and free scan take the longest. If the software does it job, the repair should kill all corrupt files on the first try.

After the repair is complete, be sure to restart your computer to ensure that the repair worked and that the system saved the changes. Your computer should be running efficiently again and you should see drastic improvements in just minutes.