Have you noticed that your PC isn’t running as fast as it used to?  There are many reasons as to why it might be running slow and the one that goes unnoticed the most is your registry.  The registry is a section of your pc where certain program settings are stored and it should only be modified or touched by someone who knows what they are doing.  Luckily for most of us, there are companies that make software that cleans the registry for us automatically.

The problem with your registry is that over the course of your computers life you will install and uninstall software several times.  When you install new software, new entries are made into your registry, but when you uninstall, those entries do not get removed.  Over time these registry entries will build up and bog down your system.  After you remove your software you PC should ignore any entries that are no longer in use but that’s not how it works.  You PC will still read over those registry entries and once you’ve amassed enough it will cause your system to slow down.

Another problem with your registry is that as programs are installed they leave their mark, but they aren’t done in an efficient way.  If you were to organize your registry, then your programs would load a little faster and your overall system performance would be better.

Now I’ve gone through several different programs to try and solve this and one of them performed better than the rest.  Advanced Registry Optimizer stood out from the rest as one of the top registry cleaners out there.   After running the optimizer I saw a pretty nice increase in overall system speed, and I’m using a PC that has a few years on it.

I highly recommend Advanced Registry Optimizer to rid your PC of pesky registry entries that were left behind from software that has been uninstalled, and to optimize your registry so your PC knows where to look within the registry for specific entries.

If anyone else has used Advanced Registry Optimizer feel free to leave your impressions in the comments section.  Have you found it to work out to your expectations?  Is there a better product out there?  Let me and all the other Easy Tech Talk readers know!

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