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Auslogics Registry Cleaner can increase your system’s stability and performance by finding and fixing problems in the Registry. The program has an easy-to-use interface, adequate for any kind of user. Messing with the registry can be somewhat risky, and there are not many choices left for the inexpert people but to trust the program and let it do whatever seems necessary. In this scenario, you can simply pick the “scan and repair” option and let the tool do the rest automatically.
More experienced users, however, can use the program more smartly. First, you can select the registry areas to scan. Then, when the results are ready, it is possible to choose which errors to fix. At this point, it is a great advantage that the program allows googling a given problem to find out what others say about it. The program gives the additional opportunity to search for a specific string within the registry and manipulate the entries in which it appears. I must alert you, though, that the results of this type of operations are rather unpredictable. Fortunately, if anything goes wrong, there is a rescue center, which lets you revert the harmful changes. Yet, this will be useless in case of a fatal system failure.
The effects of this type of software are rather difficult to notice unless your computer was in a really bad condition. Still, Auslogics Registry Cleaner seems to be safe. The tool is not free from disadvantages. For example, it does not allow scheduling regular scans. Likewise, it cannot find and delete junk data left by your activity, which is supported by other similar tools.
To conclude, Auslogics Registry Cleaner seems effective in cleaning your system registry. Luckily, the product is absolutely free to use for both personal and business purposes.
- Supports the latest Windows 10 subversions
- Works safely by creating restore points
- Lets you google the problems found
- Can search for specific registry entries
- Does not support scheduling
- Cannot find and delete junk data