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No matter the Windows version you are using, situations like accidental deletion of valuable registry files or unpredictable system crashes might cause slow performance of your computer. You can find a large number of applications over the Internet that can help you avoid this kind of system problems or fix them when they occur.
Registry Easy is one of these programs and, as its name says, it will bring you an easy way to solve registry errors. All its utilities are carefully categorized according to their functions, whether they're for registry backups, file recovery or junk file cleaning.
I personally liked the fact that, the application offered me a long list of filters for the registry error scanning process to select from. This feature proves to be very important and time-saving when I know exactly what problems have caused the failure or slow my computer down. Furthermore, in the System Fix menu you can find an enumeration of common system errors that Registry Easy can easily fix by simply choosing the found error and clicking the "Repair" button.
In order to avoid scanning your registry files, fixing errors, etc. all over again when you notice that your computer is repeatedly running low, you can use the Registry Backup tool and create a restore point for your Windows system. Here I found an extremely disappointing aspect: you can create restore points only if you are using Windows 2000 or XP.
Among the tools, previously described, you will also have access to Internet Explorer utilities, an application uninstaller, a password recovery tool and many other functions that might come in handy on a daily basis. For these reasons, I consider Registry Easy to be a clever and affordable choice whenever you feel like your system is running slow.
- Intuitive interface
- Comes with many efficient tools
- You can schedule registry scan at any interval of time
- You can backup your registry files
- You can create restore points only if you are using Windows 2000 or XP
- Error fixing tools are available only for one browser, Internet Explorer