Get your Windows Registry in Perfect Shape with Auslogics Registry Defrag

By | December 23, 2011

Even if you are just an average computer user with not much technical knowledge, you have most likely heard of the Windows Registry and are aware of what an important role it plays in your operating system’s performance. All your software, hardware and devices connected to your PC are able to work properly thanks to the registry. Over time, the registry gets badly defragmented and expands to the point that it starts to slow down your system. And the first component it affects is RAM. Whenever your computer is on, the whole registry is kept in your machine’s memory. So the bigger the registry, the more memory it uses, the less memory there is available for use by various applications. If you’ve used your computer for a few years without doing any maintenance work on the Windows Registry, chances are you have experienced memory-related errors and hung-up applications at least a few times by now. A badly fragmented and bloated registry may just be the culprit here.

Just think about it. When you buy a car, you wouldn’t imagine driving it for years without regular oil changes, belt replacements and other jobs required to keep it in good shape, otherwise your drives would get bumpy. A computer is just like an automobile in this respect – you have to do maintenance work on it if you want it to run smoothly. This, among other things, includes cleaning and defragmenting your Windows Registry.

With so many registry maintenance tools available on the market, how do you choose the right one? You need to look for a program that will be easy to use, thorough yet careful, will come from a trusted company and won’t take up too much of your time. The Auslogics Registry Defrag satisfies all these requirements and more. The application will thoroughly scan your registry and report to you its condition. After quick analysis, the program will tell you the expected reduction in registry size and improvement in registry access speed after defragmentation, which will help you decide if running the defrag is worth it for you.

You will have the option to immediately start defragmentation (a reboot will be required), or do it on the next system boot. Once you make the choice, the Registry Defrag will automatically create a system restore point, which will allow you to later undo any changes that may be made during defragmentation, if it becomes necessary. And this is it. Next time your computer boots, Auslogics Registry Defrag will go to work and you will get a compacted and better organized registry and a faster system. The program will repair the registry structure, make the registry respond to application requests faster, reduce the space it occupies in the RAM and help with overall system stability.

The beauty of this product is that it is so easy to use, novice users will have no problems with it. It does not ask you to make any decisions that would require extensive technical knowledge. Instead, it will explain to you in simple terms the benefits you may get by defragmenting your registry, and let you make the decision to run or not run the defrag. With a simple tool like the Auslogics Registry Defrag, there is no reason anymore to postpone getting your Windows Registry in perfect shape and enjoying a faster and better-performing system.