Uniblue Registry Booster 2010 Reviewajmatson - March 24, 2010
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I have to admit I was a bit shocked on how well the Uniblue Registry Booster 2010 performed. I know that in a Windows OS that the registry plays a big part on the load times of the OS and more especially when overly crowded and full of unused junk from old programs and more. The biggest improvement was to the Windows startup and shutdown times form both systems. The desktop computer started a full 14 seconds quicker, which when you are wanting to get into your computer and start working, this extra time makes a big difference. The netbook gained an 18 second improvement, which is even more impressive, since everyone knows a netbook takes a long time to accomplish any task. There was not much improvement on the other tests, because quite frankly, with the exception of the Microsoft Word test on the netbook, the others didn't have much time to take off. However, they only take a couple of seconds to start, so there is not really any room for improvement there. Overall the program does what it is designed to do and improved the system speeds a bit. Though at the normal retail price of $39.99, it is a little bit much for the improvement times we saw, albeit an effective piece of software.
- Improves Windows boot and shutdown times
- Runs quickly
- Cleans and defragments the registry
- A bit pricey