Monday, January 25, 2010
Windows registry is a hierarchical database containing settings and configuration for the operating system, user profiles, document types, system hardware, programs and so much more. It is considered as the central repository for all configurations on your computer. In an ideal world, the registry will work perfectly whenever you make changes to the Windows registry like after uninstalling programs. However, this is not the reality and registry errors happen and uninstall routines will always leave unwanted registry entries. In time, all these errors and invalid registry entries will add up causing a lot of time wasted in reading information in the registry that does not reference to any programs. This is the reason why cleaning registry is very important to keep computers running smooth and registry cleaners are great tools especially for those who are not very tech-savvy.
Posted by HDY at 11:07 AM