As a PC owner you certainly know this problem. You own a computer for several weeks, with each day and it seems the PC is getting slower. Applications take longer to load than they did whenever your computer was still new. Your games are taking longer to begin up, plus they start to “stutter”, sometimes even become unplayable. Your computer is constantly “working” on the hard drive and you have delays and occasional freezes. Browsing the web, reading email or playing your preferred game may become difficult.
There must be something wrong with your personal computer. And you are certainly right, there is. The most likely cause for all this behavior relates to a functional system file on your computer called registry. The registry is a very important part of your computer. It is a huge database containing most of the data owned by each and all of your installed software.
Your PC is always reading from and also to this database. As time passes, this registry database grows due to the known fact that all new program you set up provides their data to it. The computer takes to access the registry longer, and the overall responsiveness of your PC may have reached rock and roll bottom.
But this is not even everything. Over time the registry entries might become corrupted. Programs might overwrite right parts of the registry once. It now can contain bad references and wrong entries which may be reason for crashes and so called “blue …