Need to Fix PC Errors? Forget the PC Technician--21st Century Software Let Owners Fix Own Computers
Sioux Falls, SD -- Computer owners who need to fix PC errors once had to rely on expensive technicians or troublesome re-installs to fix PC errors. Today’s technology allows them to take these repairs into their own hands, although many people do not know about the software.
A majority of the computer errors that causes systems to freeze up or even crash are not repairable by anti-virus and anti-spyware programs. These programs may remove the malicious software that caused the damage, but the damage all-too-often remains on the PC.
This damage occurs in the registry, a database that directs how programs on a computer interact with each other. Without it, simple tasks like posting to a blog or watching a video on YouTube would take extraordinary amounts of time.
Programs like Trojan horses, ad installers, viruses, and all forms of spyware can damage this directory and make a computer run slowly, freeze up, and even crash. The registry can also become cluttered over time, especially from software updates and uninstalls.
At one time, computer owners had very limited options when it came time to fix PC errors. They could spend an entire weekend running through the directory. They could take it to a PC technician who might charge upwards of $75--if he agreed to fix it (many PC techs won’t touch a registry).
Computer owners also had the option of backing up all important software and files and re-installing Windows onto the computer. In fact, Microsoft even recommended that this be done once a year.
Few users ever performed this re-install, however. The hassle and the danger of losing important programs or information loomed too large for most.
These days, however, software is available that can fix PC errors in under an hour, literally with a few clicks of a mouse. This software--known as RegCure--has yet to gain the popularity of anti-virus programs like Norton or AVG. Yet it often fixes errors that those programs simply cannot.
Errors are usually fixable by deleting registry entries related to malicious programs (these are often disguised as “safe” entries), fixing damaged files, and disposing of entries that are out of date, yet still linger.
Computer owners who want to fix PC errors on their own time are encouraged to get a free registry scan at http://optimize-your-pc.com/regcure/repairing_errors.php
RegCure is a licensed trademark of ParetoLogic, Inc. It is used here with permission.
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