System performs at its best when we first buy it. However, as time goes we start working on it and start program installation. We often uninstall programs, browse Internet and create new files and documents. In this way our hard disk is cluttered with files. The files we deal with are important system files and user files. In these files there are some just junk files that only hog space of hard disk. By removing these files would help us exceeding size as well as performance of the system.
Finally, the Registry can be sorted out. After a while it end up in a mess with errors slowing down many of the programs. These errors can be fixed manually, but there are two problems. Firstly the Registry is HUGE, so it really is a super-human task. The second is that, if you don’t know what you are doing, you can make things a million times worse. Do you remember the ‘blue screen hell’ that used to happen in the old days? If you mess up the registry you can relive the experience now!
To clean up your computer, you will be required to get rid of programs, files and any other entities that you do not use. This reduces the amount of time the hard drive takes to find files. One of the areas that you will have to concentrate on when you want to clean up your computer is the recycle bin. This is the area where deleted files are stored in before they are restored or permanently deleted from the hard drive. For your machine to run efficiently, you have to delete the items in your recycle bin before it is filled to capacity. When the recycle bin is too full, your system can crash.
So how could you restore windows registry? Just follow these easy step-by-step instructions and you will be on your way in having a refreshed windows registry.
Run.me. This is a graphics program, which plays the Star Spangled Banner and displays the American Flag while it worms its way into the hyperspin drives and erases the data on it.
#2 If you’re constantly getting blue screen errors like the fltmgr.sys error message, then you probably should also check your computer’s registry. The registry is a database containing all of the necessary settings needed by the computer. This is a very busy area which is constantly being accessed all the time. Unfortunately, the registry isn’t capable of sustaining prolonged use without minor errors appearing, making it prone to developing lots of errors. If these errors accumulate it will result in your computer drastically slowing down, freeze constantly, and sometimes even crashing.
It’s easy to think that your computer can’t have generated any registry errors, so what’s the point of running a registry cleaner program. All I can suggest is try running a scan and see how many errors you get. You can usually run a scan for nothing, and if you have less than 100 errors I’ll be amazed!