Uniblue Registry Booster 2010 Reviewajmatson - March 24, 2010
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Like everything else around, computers start slowing down after a while. As you lose that "new car" feel, you generally start trying to figure out what's going on and try to speed it up again. There are a few ways that I would do this. Firstly, I would defragment the hard drive. Then I would go through my programs and make sure I don't have a virus or something similar. Finally, I would find an application to clean up my registry and this is where Uniblue's Registry Booster 2010 comes in.
Your registry is where all of the ones and zeros come into play keeping your system running and happy. All of your settings and preferences are stored here for every program and every feature. This means that if you really want to screw something up, start here! One issue with the registry is that while every program accesses here and every program edits here, sometimes, strings of code are abandoned such as with an uninstalls and so forth. These abandoned strings add up and eventually begin to slow things down when programs have to plow through them all when trying to start up. Registry Booster 2010 claims to safely alleviate this problem by backing up your registry, scanning for excess code and then fixing all of the errors thus increasing speed. OCC reviewed Registry Booster back in 2007, where it garnered an 'Editors Choice' award for extraordinary performance, so I am excited to see how the 2010 edition performs!
Registry Booster 2010 is distributed online through Uniblue's website. The box-shots look nice and judging from the blurbs, this is a fairly useful and popular program.
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