Svchost.exe, Once Responsible for Poor Computer Function, Now Fixable With RegCure PC Optimizing Software
Sioux Falls, SD --Svchost is often responsible for major errors on computers that run Windows. The file is designed to make Windows run faster. However, malware and corrupt files can make svchost slow a computer to a snail’s pace.
Windows processes run through a directory called the registry. This registry acts as a path for shortcuts between program instructions and the actual processes they activate. To further speed up this process, svchost manages them in bundles, often with several instances of the program running at once.
A corrupted or damaged svchost file can cause several problems for Microsoft Windows functionality. Symptoms include but are not limited to: slow computer boot/startup times, frequent error messages, applications (such as MS Office) that are slow to launch, and programs that freeze for no apparent reason.
Users wondering why their files may be corrupt can find comfort in the fact that this is not likely their fault. A cluttered registry may simply be the result of having installed a wide variety of software on the computer. Svchost problems, on the other hand, are frequently caused by malicious software that users often do not know has even touched their computers.
This most commonly occurs by virus programs, Trojan horses, worms, and spyware and adware programs. These malicious programs often damage, erase, and modify registry entries to accomplish their purposes. Registry settings often stay modified or corrupted long after the offending software has been removed. Many PC techs consider registry scans to be as important as anti-virus or anti-spyware scans.
More and more registry cleaning programs have developed in the last few years to deal with svchost and other registry problems. One such program—RegCure—claims to scan a PC or laptop’s registry in under two minutes. It offers a free registry scan to anyone who wants to take the company up on its challenge.
Svchost problems have slowed down many computers to the point that users have felt they had no option but to back up their personal files and re-install Microsoft Windows. Some users have even bought whole new computers because of problems that could have been fixed by using a registry cleaner.
Computer owners interested in trying a registry cleaning program can obtain a free scan at http://optimize-your-pc.com. The site also explains svchost and its uses, and offers advice to users who wish to optimize their laptops and PCs.
RegCure is a licensed trademark of ParetoLogic, Inc. It is used here with permission.
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