"You will not find a better registry cleaner software on the market. It is easy to use and makes the cleaning process simple." -- Top Ten Reviews, Jan 2014
Look, I don't want to freak you out, but there's a little library inside of your computer. The librarians who work there want nothing more than to get you the information you need exactly when you need it. Often, you don't even know what information you need.
For example, when you open an application, do you know where all the program files and directories are? And where your preferences are stored? Do you open them or do you just double click on the icon?
I'm guessing you're a double clicker.
Who wouldn't be with a staff like this?
This grand library, is, of course, the Windows Registry. When everything is in order, and information is where it should be, in the form it was designed to be in, there's nothing more efficient.
But once documents get misplaced, and half-uninstalled applications wander through the stacks with dead-end shortcut icons and old versions of files that no longer have a place in this grand library, it becomes a very crowded and chaotic place; it's hard to get anything done.
Do you want to go clean it up?
Or should you send Registry Reviver in to do the dirty work for you?
Like the executive sent in to clean up this local library, the Registry Reviver will put things right quickly and efficiently.
A two step process optimized with an easy-to-use interface lets you scan for errors and modify your PC's startup procedure. You can quickly scan for errors of all types (dead links, uninstalled programs, shared DLLS, invalid class keys etc.) and remove them. Immediately.
Registry Reviver also lets you modify how it behaves, so it can be quick; it can be thorough. It can be automatic, or manual. Whichever one you choose, your startup will be as fast as you want it to be with Registry Reviver!
Review Written by Andrew Dick
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