What is a registry?

The Windows registry (or registry) is a database that contains information necessary to configure the Windows system and programs that use it.

Over time, the registry size keeps increasing with the information left by applications that no longer exist on your computer. More accumulate this information and your registry is cluttered with obsolete and invalid data. This can cause the PC slowdown and crashes.

The handling of this database by yourself can be dangerous, especially if you are not a computer expert.

PC Speed ​​Maximizer integrates an interface that is involved in optimizing your registry safely and automatically corrects mistakes. You’re maybe not an expert, it is!

Practical tips

Analyze and optimize your registry in a few clicks!

1 Start Your PC Speed ​​Maximizer software and click the Registry tab and then start scanning your registry.

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2 The analysis will look specifically how any errors in your registry, such as files that refer to programs that no longer exist on your PC, invalid entries due to an installation or incorrect uninstall program and other malfunctions.

3 Click Fix to remove errors.

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Plan ahead: Back up your registry!

The PC Speed ​​Maximizer Registry interface gives you limited access and fully secure your registry, so no major changes affecting its operation can be made.

Because we must always be careful with your hardware and as additional security, it is advisable to make a backup of your registry. This way, if you find that the suppression of certain registry errors causes malfunctions of some software or boot your computer is too long, you can always restore the last correct configutation.

Two methods exist to back up your registry:

  • Create system restore point: Create a backup of the current configuration of your system that you can recover in case of problems following the removal of registry errors. This function is available on Windows 7, Vista or XP. After creating a System Restore point, it is accessed by selecting Start | All Programs | Accessories | System Tools |. System Restore
  • Save the registry: Create a backup of the current registry that you can recover in case of problems following the removal of registry errors. Click Save and select the register areas of the registry that you want included in the backup.