While going through an online software selling website, I have seen approx. $25 costing registry cleaner in the hot selling products list. I wondered why people are shelling out that much when there are a number of free registry cleaners are available. So, this post has come out of that doubt and show the people a free registry cleaner that I have been using for years.
What is a Registry Cleaner?
Registry cleaner is a software that cleans the unwanted registry entries, invalid paths, invalid ActiveX, unused file extensions, etc. thus by speeding up the system. Registry is a database where Windows Operating System stores its settings and options.
One of the best and free registry cleaner is RegSeeker. It come as a standalone product, which does not need any installation. Just copy the folder onto desktop or just drop into your Program Files folder.
If you use it for the first time, you can see that hundreds of invalid and unwanted registry entries and after deleting them, you can see a slight boost in your system’s performance. Sometimes when you uninstall a software, it just deletes the files in Program Files folder, but keeps the entries in registry like software key, which troubles sometimes when you change the key. I have had these problems and resolved it easily by running Registry Cleaner.
It also comes with features like tweaks for XP, listing and uninstallation of installed products, and searching and deleting registry entries right from RegSeeker.
RegSeeker Homepage: http://www.hoverdesk.net/freeware.htm