Fixing the Windows Registry For Optimal Performance

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Have you noticed that over time as you use your computer, the system seems to become slower, and weird problems start to appear? Programs seem to load slower than before, browsing the internet also doesn’t seem to be as fast as before. Perhaps you haven’t experienced all of the problems, only some of them, but the cause is still the same. You are not alone.

I used to format my computers once every four months. The reason for that is the Windows registry. The Windows registry is a central database that is used by Windows to store and reference the data for all its programs, settings, user-related stuff as well as additional software that you install. This database is used constantly by the operating system and applications. Over time, the registry becomes cluttered with obsolete data and it bloats up and becomes fragmented. The result is that the system starts to slow down, applications load slowly or give errors.

The solution is to fix the registry so it’s functioning properly again. If you are technical   guru , you can probably go through the registry and fix it yourself, provided you know where to look and have a lot of time to spare. For the rest of us, using a software to do this is the best. Registry cleaners are available which can scan the registry comprehensively, detect and solve problems that it finds. Within minutes, the entire registry is scoured, scrubbed and cleaned.

You can repeat this process periodically in order to keep your system at tip-top condition. All you need to do is to click. However, if you allow the problems to pile up, there may come a day when the system cannot even boot up. In this case, the operating system will need to be reinstalled.

Source by Jason Webber

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