With so many registry cleaners out now, it's difficult to know which ones are safe to use, and which ones could potentially harm your computer. The problem is very big, with the use of your computer hanging in the balance... and luckily, we've found a registry cleaner with no risk attached.
The problem with so many registry tools is that they simply aren't safe to use. By "safe", we simply mean that the cleaner will make your computer run a lot better without the fear of it breaking or becoming ruined. All registry cleaners scan through a part of your system known as the 'registry'. This the central database where Windows stores everything from your latest emails to your desktop wallpaper. It's where your PC keeps your most important files, and is a very delicate area of your system.
A registry cleaner will go through this database and fix any problems that are in there. It will actually scan each file and then replace or fix it if it is corrupt... which means that the cleaner you use needs to be safe to use. The problem with many cleaners is that they simply aren't careful enough in the registry. They try and remove as many files as possible, which can have drastic effects for your PC.
Because so many critical files (such the ones which tell Windows how to load up & log you in) are kept in the registry, it's important that your registry cleaner keeps well away from them at all costs. And this is there the problems arise - many cleaners don't do that, and simply jump in and remove as many files as possible.
That's why we always stick to using a registry cleaner called RegFresh to make our clients' PCs quicker and more effective. RegFresh is a relatively new tool, only being released two months ago... but it's already created a huge storm on several popular download sites. It's becoming so popular because it actually uses a lot of highly intelligent technology to make it able to pick out and fix more problems than any other registry cleaner, allowing it to also leave the other important files alone.
27 June 2009 software tips