PC Tools Registry Mechanic
Registry Mechanic is a utility used for cleaning the System Registry of Microsoft’s Windows operating systems. The program makes use of a detection algorithm that is of high-performance that will identify, with haste, the missing and also invalid references in the Windows registry.
There are many reasons in which the problems in the registry can occur and they include the left over of the un-installation of software and hardware or also removing them incorrectly, orphaned start-up programs or also corrupt or missing hardware drivers. By following a few easy steps, the entire registry will be scanned for any invalid entries and a list of the registry errors that are found is provided. This then will enable the user to selectively choose the item to be cleaned or repair them all together.
The Registry Mechanic can make a backup of the repairs undertaken to enable the user to recover any changes if need be. The Registry Mechanic has a few key features in the cleaning and repair of the registry. By removing references that are orphaned in the registry, the software can improve the performance of the operating system and its stability as well therefore minimizing the risks of a system crash. The results of the scan provide text search capabilities in full on the screen so as the problem can be identified rapidly. This is done so by using collapsible and expandable problem views and text strings. System restore points are created on the Windows XP operating systems, by the Registry Mechanic, before implementing changes in repair as a back-up measure. The Registry Mechanic has a Registry Monitor designed in assisting to keep the system free from the Registry errors in Windows operating systems.
This Registry Monitor examines the Windows Registry and the user is alerted after certain specific changes have been undertaken in the registry’s key areas. As soon as the users have been alerted, they may opt to conduct a silent scan. The feature is optional and can start monitoring the registry immediately at Windows start-up. The Registry Monitor feature has a user interface that allows for the viewing of the events that have been changed and have been captured by the monitor. The monitor can be disabled or enabled. This program is available in trial version, which can only clean around 200 errors and one may need to purchase the full version in order to clean the whole registry.
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