How Registry Cleaners Work

Registry cleaners are one of the most misunderstood of all Windows utilities. Although they are extremely effective and powerful, they are often used for totally the wrong reasons. Here is a complete tutorial of how these software tools work and how they can help you.

Although there are a lot of them on the market, all registry cleaners have been created to do the same job - to fix a part of your computer called the 'registry'. This is a big database which stores all sorts of information for Windows, including all the settings for your software and information about your hardware, such as how much hard drive space you have remaining. Because of the amount of information stored inside the registry, it's one of the most important and frequently used parts of Windows, with 100's of registry files open at any time you use your PC.

This is okay, but the big problem is that since Windows can only focus on so many things at once, it often gets confused and saves many of these registry files in the wrong way, making them damaged and incredibly difficult to read. Imagine the files as being like books with all their pages in the wrong order - your computer has to take longer to read what's in the file, making it run slower and a lot less stably. This is a big problem and is one of the major causes of a slow system & computer errors... And to fix it, you just need to use a registry cleaner.

Registry cleaners are simple software tools designed to clean out the registry database. They work by scanning every single registry file and then fixing any of the bad files that they find inside there. This allows your computer to read all the files it needs whenever it needs them, making it a lot more reliable and stable. To get a registry cleaner to do this, you just need to be able to download a good cleaner (we always use one called "RegAce"), install it and then click on the big "Scan Now" button in the center of the screen. This will start the cleaner scanning through your registry database and will instruct it to find all the damaged files that are causing your system problems, allowing you to quickly make the most of your PC again.

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