Registry Gear 2.1.2 .618
Registry Gear is the next generation of Windows registry cleaning and optimization tool. It can give you a complete diagnosis of Windows registry, remove invalid registry entries, references and links, identify and repair the registry errors.
Publishers DescriptionRegistry Gear is the next generation of Windows registry cleaning and optimization tool. Using a state of the art scan engine it can give you a complete diagnosis of Windows registry, remove invalid registry entries, references and links, identify and thoroughly repair the registry errors and conflicts. Registry Gear can also tweak and optimize Windows registry to improve the performance of your Windows system, speed up your computer to navigate and operate smoothly.
--Scan & Fix
Invalid ActiveX, OLE, COM
Sound and AppEvents
Help and Resource
Windows Start Menus
User Software Settings
Browser Helper Objects (BHO)
Windows Firewall Programs
Virtual Devices and Services
Empty Registry Keys
IE Context Menu
IE Toolbar Buttons
Invalid Files Paths
--Defrag & Optimize
Registry Gear can perform physical defragmentation for Windows registry file. After the defragmentation, Windows registry will acquire a linear structure which will reduce application response time and registry access time.
--Backup & Restore
Registry Gear uses a special algorithm to backup your Windows registry before you do any cleaning actions. You can restore them any time. With Registry Gear you can schedule your cleaning tasks to take place automatically, allowing you to enjoy complete peace of mind.
|Requirements:||5MB Hard Disk|
|Release Info:||New Release on Dec 19, 2012|
|Release Notes:||Improved the 'Task Schedule' feature, and add a notice before delete task schedule|
|Related Tags:||windows registry cleaner registry optimizer registry gear fix registry errors speed up computer|
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||1.47 MB ( 1,502 KB )|
|Published||Apr 17, 2009 (8 years ago)|
|Updated||Dec 14, 2013 (3 years ago)|