New Website Claims It Can Give PC and Laptop Owners a Clean Computer and Stop Crashes, Speed Up Operation, for Free.
SIOUX FALLS, SD -- Many a computer user in the last two years has turned to registry cleaning software in order to get a clean computer. In the past, most users have either re-installed Windows with the original CDs, or taken their computers to a well-paid PC technician--when they knew to take any action at all.
The Windows registry acts as a shortcut path for programs to run their executable files. This allows several programs to run at once, without slowing down or overheating the computer. However, this same registry can become cluttered due to malicious programs such as viruses, programs that did not de-install correctly, or from age. A cluttered or damaged registry can slow down and crash a system.
Now, the website Optimze Your PC (optimize-your-pc.com) is offering free scans to any users who think they might have registry problems. The site claims the software can scan a PC in under two minutes. When the problems identified by the software are fixed or deleted, the user will be left with a clean computer, the.
“I tried getting rid of the spyware and viruses, but I still couldn´t get it running the way I wanted,” reads one of the testimonials on the site. “RegCure made my machine run like new again.”
The site goes on to point out that while anti-virus programs may remove harmful software from a machine, they don’t usually repair all of the damage. The damage done to files in the Windows registry can be extensive. Many viruses delete files that may prevent the viruses from functioning, or attach themselves to clean files. Malicious entries may even take the name of good files, in order to avoid detection.
All of these problems can be fixed with a registry cleaner, claims the site. Users can also re-install their Windows operating system, or pay a visit to a PC technician. PC techs, however, often would rather not do a clean-up on their own.
Manual clean-ups are time-consuming, as a technician must sort through literally thousands of entries. The tech must then decide which entries point in the right direction, which ones need to be replaced or have their coding fixed, and which ones must be deleted. Some software specialists refuse to do a registry cleaning because of the dangers of accidentally deleting an important entry.
The registry cleaner offered by the site claims to fix .exe, .dll, Win32/W32, Chkdsk, and uninstaller errors. Cleaning up the registry will repair Windows, make Internet Explorer run properly and eliminate computer freeze ups and crashes.
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