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Registry Booster: Full Features

Registry Booster: Full Features

We’ve looked at the Registry Booster trial version, and today we’ll examine this program’s full features. This Registry cleaner, like all programs of this sort, is made specifically to scan for errors and to remove those from your Windows Registry. As the name suggests though, the Registry Booster gives your system an additional tune up to improve its performance.

Registry Booster Features

This Registry cleaner offers an efficient deep scanner that will check for erroneous, unused, and obsolete entries. Additionally, it comes with a defragmenter that will optimize your Registry after cleaning. As you have probably noticed, Uniblue’s Registry Booster doesn’t complicate the cleaning process so users can get their systems in order with just a click.

The Registry Booster comes with a clean, tabbed user interface that’s easy enough to understand. There are four tabs: Overview, Registry Scan, Restore, and Settings. In the Overview tab, you get a general idea of your Registry’s status. It shows the damage level and number of errors found. From there you can click on the Start scan button to start a new scan and you can also click Fix errors to have the errors taken care of accordingly.

The Registry Scan tab displays the errors found in your system, with the errors divided into three sections: System related, User related, and Third party related errors. You also get a general overview of each Registry section’s damage level. Under the tab, you can see the latest scan results, ignore list, repair logs, and the Registry defrag option. The Restore tab, on the other hand, offers a full backup of your Windows Registry in case your system becomes unstable after changes are made. Having a backup will allow you to restore your system to a previously stable state. Lastly, the Settings tab will allow you to tweak the program’s settings to your preferences.

Additional Notes

Compared to other Registry cleaner programs, the Registry Booster doesn’t really offer anything new – but it does boast of effectiveness and efficiency. With one click, you’ll get your Windows Registry cleaned and optimized and if you’re looking for something to do just that, then the Registry Booster is worth looking into. You can get a license for this software for US$ 29.95, though before purchasing it, we suggest you try out the free trial first. Also, Registry Booster comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, so you can just return it in case you are not happy with its performance.

Registry Cleaner Trial in Review: Registry Booster

Most people check out free trials before purchasing something – and it’s actually a good idea especially if you’re looking to find a registry cleaner. One such trial we tried recently is Uniblue Systems’ Registry Booster. Let’s check out what it has to offer, shall we?

Registry Booster basics

This registry cleaner is made specifically to clean out your registry, optimize your system, and correct erroneous entries. Like other maintenance programs of this type, the Registry Booster scans your Windows registry for invalid and corrupt entries, and then corrects said errors to improve your computer’s performance and stability. Everything is done automatically, so you don’t need to worry about fiddling with the registry yourself.

The Registry Booster features a clean and easy to use interface. You can view the results of the scan on the Registry Scan tab, which will show you a log of the problematic entries. This registry cleaner also provides other functionalities for defragmenting your registry, viewing saved logs of previous scans, and setting scanning preferences, among other things.

The Trial Version

The Registry Booster got an average of 4 stars from CNET editors, but got a measly rating of 2.5 stars from users. Most reviewers gave the registry cleaner low marks because of the trial version’s strict limitations that made it hard to determine whether the program is beneficial or not.

Once you download (we don’t need to tell you to download only from a trusted website) and install the Registry Booster, it jumps straight to doing a scan if you choose to launch it after installing. This can be a little problematic if you aren’t prepared – like if you have other applications running or whatnot – as the scan can cause your computer to slow down. Though temporary, you may find it annoying. The trial version only repairs 15 registry errors, though it doesn’t let you choose which keys you can repair. The registry defragmenter on the other hand is very limited as well, so it’s pretty hard to see if the program is effective or not.

Judging from the reviews, Registry Booster is a trustworthy and decent registry cleaner. It won’t hurt to try it out for yourself.