Do Registry Optimizers Really Work? Sept. 30, 2011

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Alonte J. Samuels, a member of the LockerGnome community, asked: "Do registry boosters really work? If so, where can I find a good one?" Registry optimizers are a strange type of software. While they would appear on the surface to do a lot to help your system run better by optimizing your often bloated system registry, they generally don't provide any noticeable boost in system performance. Your system can scan files much faster than they used to and even the most bloated of registry files can be quickly ...




Alonte J. Samuels, a member of the LockerGnome community, asked: "Do registry boosters really work? If so, where can I find a good one?" Registry optimizers are a strange type of software. While they would appear on the surface to do a lot to help your system run better by optimizing your often bloated system registry, they generally don't provide any noticeable boost in system performance. Your system can scan files much faster than they used to and even the most bloated of registry files can be quickly navigated by even the least power of today's modern computers. Bottom line, registry optimizers are a waste of money. http://lockergnome.com http://twitter.com/ChrisPirillo http://facebook.com/ChrisPirillo