How Registry Cleaners Help Protect Your PC and Everything Stored InIt

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by jeremiah wright, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. We use our personal computers day in and day out in almost every
    aspect of our lives. Indeed, working, playing, getting in touch with
    friends and even shopping can be done right in the comforts of our
    homes thanks to our PCs and (hopefully fast) Internet connections.
    However, for something we rely on heavily each day, the PC is one of
    the things we take so easily for granted. Think about it - how many of
    you spend even just a couple of minutes dusting off your PC? Is it any
    wonder then that your PC starts to show wear-and-tear symptoms such as
    the following?


    Applications - that used to work just fine - are launching extremely
    slow.
    Windows error messages (e.g., DLL errors, uninstaller errors, ActiveX
    errors, JavaScript errors, etc.) are appearing more often that they
    used to.
    The PC 'freezes' for no apparent reason so that you have to reboot
    several times each day.
    You start experiencing (yikes!) PC system crashes.
    You get the dreaded 'blue screen' on your monitor.

    No doubt about it. There are plenty of ways you can optimize your PC
    to prevent the above PC problems from occurring and one of them is an
    often neglected tool - the registry cleaner....

    Registry Repair: http://groups.google.com/group/regrepairsbv
     
    jeremiah wright, Aug 28, 2008
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    Gordon Guest

    Sorry, that's rubbish. I have almost NEVER used a registry cleaner at all,
    from XP to Vista, I use my machine(s) daily, and they do NOT slow to a
    standstill neither do I get BSODs.
     
    Gordon, Aug 28, 2008
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    Peter Foldes Guest

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    Peter

    Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
    Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.
     
    Peter Foldes, Aug 28, 2008
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  4. For the benefit of anybody else out there, if you want to deliberately stuff up
    your system, a registry cleaner is a good way to go about it. That's about the
    only scenario in which they are useful.

    Harry.
     
    Harry Johnston [MVP], Aug 28, 2008
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  5. PA Bear [MS MVP], Aug 28, 2008
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