Registry Doctor

2.00

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$29.95
Rated:
Downloads: 6
Op. System: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinXP,Windows2000
Last updated: 02-24-2006
File size: 1.35 MB
Publisher: Optimize Your PC
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Publisher description for Registry Doctor

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Registry Doctor is the easiest and most comprehensive way to keep your PC running smooth and error free. It works with all version of Windows - 95, 98, Me, NT4, 2000, and XP. 1. PRIVACY PROTECOR Privacy Protector protects your privacy by removing all the unwanted traces in your system. It safely removes web cookies, web history, recent documents history, any hidden user traces and more with just a click. 2. System Cleaner and Optimizer System cleaner removes junk and obsolete files from your system. This not only frees valuable system space, but also helps the Registry Cleaner to thoroughly clean the System Registry. 3.System Files backup and Restore With Backup and Restore tools you can backup your system registry and restore it in case of System Failure. Thus you can always revert back to last good configuration and minimize the chances of viruses and bad installations. 4.Registry Cleaner and Optimizer Registry cleaner cleans the windows Database Registry for invalid information such Invalid Fonts, Activex and COM Sections, invalid File Information, Auto-Run sections, DLL and Help sections for invalid entries. It reduces overall errors and improves efficiency. 5. Registry Defragger and Optimizer Registry defrag optimizes registry by removing fragmentation, deleting unused entries and compacting the registry. After Defrag registry is contiguous, re-indexed for maximum speed

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User reviews

Visitor: DigiShaman
Finally, a program that alows you to defrag, reindex, and compact the registry hive all in one execution. Not only that, but you can backup/restore the registry along with cleaning out the useless obsolete junk. I would go so far to say that it does a better job then Norton System Works (which is very limited anyways). Interesting enough, the registry on my Win2K machine was 24MB in size. However, after I ran Registry Doctor, it shrunk down to 20MB! Also, it would seem that MS office is more response too. But that could just be my imagination.
General rate: Positive