Friday, August 19, 2011

What Is The Registry And How Does It Affect Computer Use?


The Windows registry is used by every Windows operated computer since Windows 95. It is is a massive information database which holds data relating to your computer's hardware, software, drivers, and other parts of the system. The Windows registry holds the files which the machines operating system uses to run programs in the start up menu, the data that controls the Windows operating system and all other software. The registry also holds the files relating to many other operations. The registry is  one of the most  important parts of your computer system and if it sustains any damage, your computer may be disabled.

A variety of registry errors may require repair. Some types of errors are preventable  and some errors will occur as a natural fault of the system. Most  registry problems can be fixed regardless of cause.

An often occurring cause of  certain registry errors is improper computer shutdown. This  shutdown may be the result of a power failure or could be caused by a  system crash. While your computer is operating, the Windows registry is retained in the memory for quick access. Any changes made to the registry while the computer is operating  are copied to the hard drive on computer shut down. An improper shutdown  disrupts this feature and  as a result leaves incorrect files in the registry or can result in damage to some of the registrys files.

Some other commomnly encountered causes of registry problems are incomplete  installation  or uninstallation of software, outdated drivers,  erroneous  file/program associations, and malware or spyware. Some registry errors will not show any  error messages and will not cause shutdown of the machine. These errors may work more slowly, and will disrupt your system in a minor way. They may cause slow running of your computer and you may very well encounter problems with use of some  programs or in use of some hardware that is involved with incorrect registry data.

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Saturday, August 13, 2011

My Computer Runs Slow --What Can I Do About It?

Nearly everything seems to develop problems of some sort as it ages. Most human beings find themselves slowing down and becoming a bit cranky as they get older.  Computers seem to have much the same symptoms, as they age. Computers slow down in operating speed, and tend to freeze or even crash as they age. You can ignore this problem for only so long and then it becomes obvious that the computer is acting so badly that you must do something to correct the it. At this point you realise that the cause of these errors is unknown, which makes it difficult to find a solution.

One thing is fairly certain however; if you are running a Windows copmputer the problem is nearly always to be found in the registry. The registry is a massive database of files, which are used by the operating system to run the computer. Over a period of time as the computer is used, excess files and data fragments accumulate here. The registry will be very large, and bloated with an excess of data. A lot of this data is old and no longer of use. Much of it is programs which were not completely uninstalled, and parts of programs which were not fully installed. Assorted scraps of data and spyware are also likely to be hogging space in the registry.

Fortunately there is an easy way to remove this unwanted material. A registry cleaner application will perform a free scan of your computer, and find out what problems you actually have. You can take a look at the report provided, and make the decision as to what course you will take. You can attempt to manually remove the unwanted files. All windows computers have the Regedit function installed for this purpose. Regedit is easy to use, and using this you can delete the files you do not want in the registry.

If you are unable to do this,the registry repair tool will do it,for a reasonable fee. Take great care if you try to do the clean-up yourself. The registry contains many essential files which must never be removed. Accidental removal of any of these can completely disable the computer. Unless you really know what files are necessary and which are not do not try removing data from the registry. It is much wiser to use the registry cleaner tool which can do this safely.

The registry repair program will first do a complete backup of the registry. Then it will edit the registry and take out the unnecessary files, worthless shortcuts, never used drivers, and much more. Your registry will be made lean and efficient once more. The computer will operate properly at top speed just as it used to do.

There are many registry repair tools available online. We tested most of the popular downloads. They can all do the job but some are much better than others. Our tests found that REGEASY was the best of them all for ease of use, safety and good performance. You can find out more about it at our website

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Can I Fix My Bloated Registry Myself?

Your Windows computer registry will eventially become swollen with excess files and data. This is inevitable in all Windows computers and when it happens your computer will slow down in operation. You have slow boot up, slow surfing and occasional freezing. Even a complete crash may take place from time to time.

The solution to this is to fix your registry problems by removing all the unwanted files and data fragments. This cleanup will speed up your computer considerably. There are registry repair tools available on the internet, for downloading, which can do this for you quickly and safely.

We ran tests on several of the popular registry repair applications and have published the results of this testing on our website. These registry cleaner applications will offer you a free scan of your hard drive to find what problems you have. You can then decide if you want the registry repair software to clean up your registry for you.

It is quite possible to repair a corrupt registry yourself, if you can manually remove the unwanted material. Unfortunately most computer owners have little or no idea as to what files can be removed and which must never be taken out. Editing out the wrong data may be a disaster. The important files used by your operating system to run the computer are in the registry and removal of any of these files may disable the machine.

You should not attempt to edit the registry manually, unless you really know what you are doing. Use a Windows registry repair utility to do this job rather than risk serious problems. Quality registry cleaners will carry out the task safely and easily. REGEASY was the best registry repair tool we found in our testing. It is best to get a free scan see what problems you actually have first of all. This scan is available for all Windows operating systems including Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP, Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Just click REGEASY:

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