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If you haven't seen your computer crash and display registry error message it doesn't mean that you don't have registry errors on your PC. It might be just a matter of time!
The Windows Registry is a database that stores critical information and settings for all the hardware, software, users, and preferences on your Windows PC.
Over time, the registry grows and can become corrupted as software and hardware is added and removed from your computer. This corruption can occur for many reasons including being left-behind after the un-installation or incorrect removal of software, by missing or corrupt hardware drivers, or orphaned startup programs.
These registry errors usually lead to slow unpredictable operation and can cause crashes for no reason or PCs that refuse to startup at all.
Registry Mechanic is designed to scan for registry errors using a high-performance detection algorithm to quickly identify missing and invalid references in your Windows registry.
With a few easy steps Registry Mechanic will scan your entire registry for any invalid entries and provide a list of the registry errors found, you can then choose to selectively repair each item or automatically repair them all.
For your convenience and protection Registry Mechanic can also make a backup of any repairs made so that you can easily recover any changes if required.
As complex as this all sounds, Registry Mechanic provides a simple and safe solution to a threat of registry error as it's not only the most popular registry cleaner on the market (with 50,000+ downloads per week!) but also one of the easiest to use.
To scan your registry for errors download your free trial version of Registry Mechanic.
Updated: July 4, 2003
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