How To Get A Clean Computer Registry

by Michael Baker - Date: 2007-03-31 - Word Count: 310 Share This!

If you are having problems with your computer, you may need a clean computer registry. What I mean, is you can fix many of the problems you are having in less than 10 minutes. Some of these problems are: the blue screen of death, your computer restarting, programs just freezing, or locking up, and even the entire computer stops working, and you have to hold in the power button for 5 seconds to shut it down. If you have experienced any of these, just follow this simple step to get a clean computer registry.

The reason the registry files cause many of these problems is because they are so easily messed up. These files tell the computer how to operate and open your programs. They also control the short cuts you may have for certain programs. So if you install and uninstall software, as many of us do, then you will have some messed up registry files. When you install new software, the registry files of the new software can modify your current registry files, and thus mess up your old software's performance.

Same thing happens when you uninstall software. It may ask you if you are sure you want to remove a dll file, as it may be used by another program. If you remove it, and you still do have the software, which needs the registry file, this program will not function. And when these programs have messed up registry files, this is what will cause the computer to have errors.

Registry repair software will fix these errors. The software installs on your computer, and runs a scan of your system. The results will show the errors you have. Then just tell the software to fix the errors. That is it. All of this can take less than 10 minutes to do. And the results will be a clean computer registry.

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Michael Baker is a Computer Optimization Technician, and recommends getting a Free Computer Scan to fix any problems such as computers freezing, locking up, restarting for no reason, and getting the blue death screen.

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