With so many horror stories floating around systems which were "ruined" thanks to a registry cleaner, it's understandable to be skeptical about these software tools … lot *. Here's the truth about registry cleaner software …
There are a lot of registry cleaners on the market nowdays, but they have all been designed to do one job – to clean out the registry database. The registry database is a big storage facility for Windows, allowing your computer to save all your personal information and settings, even when your PC is turned off and on again. This makes the registry a very important part of your PC, allowing Windows to store everything from your latest emails to your desktop wallpaper. However, it's prone to getting corrupt and needs constant maintenance.
Registry cleaners have been designed to scan through the entire registry and fix any of the problems that are in there. However, many of the cleaners you can get are actually unable to clean most of the files on your system because they are not powerful enough. This is where most of the horror stories come from – because by using the likes of free or poor quality registry cleaners, they will scan your PC and then just find any number of files to "clean". Unfortunately, many of these files will be perfectly normal registry files, meaning that if you let the installer fix them, they will be ruined and make your computer permanently damaged.
Luckily, there are a lot of good registry cleaners around. These high quality registry cleaners have been produced by professional software developers, who have the time and resources to constantly keep updating and updating their software to make it able to clean out the most files on your system. There are only a handful of these cleaners, and having tested many of the most popular ones, we found that one called "RegAce" works extremely well. This cleaner was able to clean the most corrupt files in the safest way, thanks to several advanced features, which include an advanced scanning engine, and a complete backup facility.