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Free Registry Cleaner-Cloud System Booster

Postby Ivy » 2012-10-17 5:07


The Windows Registry is a collection of database that contains the configuration settings in Microsoft Windows Operating systems. Windows Registry is used to store information needed for the computer to run both the hardware and the software such as the user preference, operating system configurations and much more.

When you install or uninstall programs, the registry files are created or modified. The registry file should be removed automatically when a program is uninstalled, but some software developer won't add necessary code to delete the registry files. With time goes on, the Registry can become cluttered with missing, invalid or broken entries as you install, upgrade, and uninstall software.

Registry cleaner is useful for removing registry entries that point to files or programs that no longer exist on your computer. Cloud System Booster is one of the free registry cleaners which can help you clean out the Registry and fix the registry errors for you to make sure your computer run faster and more efficiently.


To clean your registry with Cloud System Booster:

1. In Cloud System Booster Expert Mode, click Cleaner module at left.
2. Select the items under "Registry Clean" to scan and clean. ((They are all checked by default).We highly recommend you scan the default selected items to clean and repair your registry.
3. Click scan and wait till the process is completed. After the scan is finished, you can view the detected problem by clicking on the blue number button or Detail button.
4. Close the "Result" tab and click "Clean" button to remove all the detected registry problems.


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Your Windows Registry should be clean and neat now.


Additional:

Can registry entries be removed manually?

The answer is positive. But we do not recommend manual removal in registry entries because the registry is involved in everything. Damage to the Registry can cause serious problem to computer.

Following steps can help you to access Windows Registry.

1. Click on "Start". If you are running Windows XP, please click on the Start button and then click Run.
2. In the search box, or Run window, type regedit and then press Enter.
Note: If you turn on User Account Control, you will be prompted a dialog box to let you confirm that you want to open the Registry Editor.

3. Registry Editor will open, and you are prompted to Registry Editor Panel.

Note: If you opened Registry Editor before, you will be prompted to the same location where you were working in last time. If that happens, you should minimize the registry keys until you've reached the top level, listing the various registry hives.

4. You can now edit or remove the registry key values now in the Registry Editor.

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Once again, wrong operation in Registry Editor may cause computer or program malfunctions. Before you do anything in the Registry Editor, I believe it's necessary to backup the Windows Registry.
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Re: Free Registry Cleaner-Cloud System Booster

Postby vita » 2012-10-18 3:53

Nice post. I found that Cloud System Booster can run deep scan and clean the computer for fast performance.
And I like the new feature of Cloud System Booster of the transparency.
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