Auslogics Registry Cleaner

by Auslogics Software

Software which cleans, repairs and optimizes one's Windows Registry' for smooth and stable operation

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Auslogics Software

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Auslogics Registry Cleaner is a powerful registry cleaner. Qualitatively clears the registry from unnecessary files and links to them, as well as fixes all kinds of errors. System registry errors lead to slow system operation and instability. The Windows Registry is a database that stores Windows settings, software data you install on your computer, hardware information, browser settings, etc. Programs access the registry thousands of times a minute. When removing programs, files and links can remain in the registry, and if the registry is not cleaned, over time there is a huge "mountain of garbage".

There are a lot of utilities for cleaning the registry at the moment, but not many of them have good indicators and are absolutely free. Auslogics Registry Cleaner is designed to completely clean and restore the Windows registry and you can use it freely as it is free software.

The quality of this registry recovery tool is guaranteed by the long history of Auslogics Software products.

- corrects registry errors and thus accelerates the system operation;

- reduces the size of the system registry;

- Auslogics software is recommended by experts in the field;

- intelligent and easy to use.

Solves such problems:

- incorrect file extensions;

- the wrong paths to the files;

- the wrong fonts;

- unnecessary or missing hotkey combinations;

- old device records;

- old ActiveX objects;

- wrong help files;

- wrong references to installers and many others...

This is a useful software because sometimes our computers need cleaned and most people don’t know how to clean it. It’s easy to use and has friendly helpers that will walk you through it. I would recommend this to everyone including friends and coworkers.
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