Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Speed Up PC Performance - Advanced Registry Doctor Pro

Advanced Registry Doctor (ARD) cures your registry and thus provide a better performance of your Windows OS.

Lots of programs, including MS Windows itself, have a bad habit to alter the registry in such a way, which causes appearance of different problems.

ARD finds problems of such kind and allows you to fix them either manually or automatically. Automatic repair of problems is very handy to use since it can be applied to set of problems and categories (category is a set of problems of a single kind). ARD can even find and repair invalid shortcuts, which reference to invalid file or hold invalid link to an icon.
ARD can bring some of the dead links back to life. For example, that is if you’ve accidentally moved your files (font files, help files, shared folders, shared DLLs, etc) to some other place. The main point of using ARD is that it will do the entire job for you; you just have to select which problems to search (categories) and HDD list, which will be used by the program for finding solutions. Usually you'll have to use ARD when new program is installed/removed.
Features of Advanced Registry Doctor Pro:
  • Prevent Your Computer from Windows crashes
  • Make Your Computer Fast and stable in Minutes
  • Increase Your Computer Speed by up to 100%!
  • Find & Repair Problems in the Following Sections
  • Application Paths
  • Uninstall Information
  • COM/ActiveX (Registered version only)
  • Help Files
  • File Extensions
  • Font Files
  • Most Recently Used Files List
  • Shared DLLs (Registered version only)
  • Shared Folders
  • Windows/MS-DOS Shortcuts
  • Virtual Device Drivers
  • Automatic Repair
  • Undo support
  • History logging
  • Saving of problems list
  • Startup Wizard
  • Registry Backup/Restore (Professional version only)
  • System Backup (Professional version only)
  • Registry Defragmentation Scheduler (Professional version only)
Requirements:
  • 2 Mb of free space
  • 16MB RAM

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