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RegistryBooster 2010

Automatically Repair Your Registry

for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista
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Did you know that whenever you install or uninstall software, add or remove hardware, or change your computer's settings, the Windows registry is updated? Over time, all of these registry updates leave your system vulnerable to slowdowns in performance and system crashes due to corrupted, obsolete, and fragmented registry entries. Don't even think of editing your registry yourself - you could do more harm than good!

With Registry Booster, you can conduct a deep scan of your registry, checking for file extension errors and other registry conflicts, then automatically repair or remove unused and corrupted files to optimize your system performance. After that, just use Registry Booster to run regular scans to keep your registry in tip-top shape!

You'll appreciate Registry Booster's intuitive, user-friendly graphical interface, plus the ability to exclude certain registry entries from the scan. Best of all, Registry Booster always produces a log of the actions that were performed on the registry, so you'll always know exactly what's been changed. Just imagine - no more application lockups, no more system crashes! Keep your system running at peak performance with Registry Booster!

Review Written by Roger Thomasson
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Guy Simmons I'm sorry, but I HAVE to ask this. What does your program do that all the free identical-sounding ones do not? This type of app must be the most common freeware category that there is and there would have to be a very good reason to get somebody to pay for it.
Feb 22 2010 at 10:22am Copy Link
gpc 111 Still no reply from the developer?
Feb 26 2010 at 6:27am Copy Link
Steven Curcuru Does it run on Windows 7 64 bit?
Feb 27 2010 at 5:17pm Copy Link
Guy Simmons @ gpc 111

Seems I have struck a nerve LOL.
Feb 27 2010 at 11:40pm Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi Folks,

it is too bad that BitsDuJour fell for the Uniblue trap, of very dubious and dangerous software (e.g registry clearners and boosters with no real support) marketed through affiliates, and tricks like scareware and recurring payments (yearly fee cash cows).

If you put my name alongside Uniblue in the search engine you will find a lot, or simply do the same with WebofTrust and DonationCoder. This is the main reason why I do not pay much attention to BitsDuJour anymore, despite the earlier emphasis on the small developer and avoidance of scams.

Steven Avery
Feb 28 2010 at 1:03am Copy Link
Web of Trust Um... what's wrong with "marketing through affiliates"? What do you think that "WOT Partner offer" is down at the bottom of the Web of Trust homepage?

Just saying...
Feb 28 2010 at 2:24am Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi Folks,

The marketing is often getting tech writers to make $ with the product, thus having an incentive to write neutral reviews. Lots of people pushing the product who have little or no care about the many damage and ethical reports.

In concept, affiliates can be find, a certain type of aggressive affiliate marketing is meant to get the credit card billing and then the customer is up in the air.

Read the many horror stories on the net, including at WOT.

Mar 1 2010 at 7:21pm Copy Link
Teo Leonard Uniblue is nothing more than a front for scam. Folks that purchased software from here on Sunday still have not gotten the keys to unlock the software and uniblue insists they never ordered it.

To complicate matters, payment is made via Avangate in the Netherlands so the only recourse for those scammed is to file the paperwork to dispute the credit card charges or Paypal.

Bitsdujour offers a great service, and it is sad the scum like Uniblue exploit these guys to further their fraud.
Mar 2 2010 at 1:52am Copy Link

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