Uniblue Registry Booster 2010 Reviewajmatson - March 24, 2010
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To test this software, I will time various start up and shutdown times on two computers. The first one is a high-end desktop system that is used on a daily basis by several members of my family. It is constantly having software installed and removed and hardware swapped out, so it is quite 'dirty'. The second is a lower-end netbook, where we all know every bit of power we can get back, makes a world of difference. Again, the netbook is used daily for work, school, and social time so it gets dirty as well. Let's put Uniblue to the test!
Test System 1:
- AMD Phenom II X4 965
- ASUS M4A89GTD Pro/USB3 Motherboard
- OCZ Spec Ops Urban Elite 2 x 2GB DDR3 1600MHz Memory
- NVidia GTX 260 (216)
- Seagate 750GB 32MB Cache 7200.11 Hard Drive
- Lite-On SATA DVD-RW Burner
- Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit
Test System 2:
- Samsung N130 Netbook
- Intel Atom N270 @ 1.6GHz
- Samsung 1 x 2GB DDR2 667MHz Memory
- Integrated Intel GMA950 Graphics
- Samsung Spinpoint HM160HI 160GB SATA Hard Drive
- Windows 7 Professional 32-bit
Once you register your copy of Registry Booster 2010 you can scan for errors and after, the scan the program will tell you how many errors are found and it breaks them down by type. After the scan is done, then you click on the "Fix Errors" button and the program works its magic. The program then recommends that you restart your system and places a restart button in the bottom right corner. Once you have restarted, you can defragment your registry which, once started, take a little longer than the fixing but is still rather speedy. You then restart and are good to go.
While some times were improved only a bit, others, such as the system start and shutdown, show a huge improvement.