How to clean the Windows RegistrySipretendemos maintain the performance of our Windows PC is required regular maintenance operations that tend to curb the nasty tendency to gather garbage.
In the Windows Registry it is very common that chains and outdated values, missing references, file extensions not associated with a program, and many more failures accumulate.
To solve these problems and clean the Windows Registry are many payment programs with different results, but there are also free alternatives that offer a very good performance, this is the case RegSeeker also runs on both Windows XP and Windows Vista and is Available in over 20 languages.
No matter which program to use is always advisable to backup the Windows registry as Clean Registry amounts to a massive release of a critical Windows file and to hang or unexpected power outages, prevention is better.
The best way to make a copy of the record is create a system restore point. For this proceed as follows:
For XP, you must go to All clean the Windows Registry clean the Windows Registry System clean the Windows Registry System Restore. Choose Create a restore point, give it a name, and ready.
In the case of Windows Vista, you need only write Restore or Restore (by language) in the search option, and run System Restore. Once open, click on the option to Create a restore point, which will take you to System Protection. Make a manual restore point once you’re there.
Returning to our RegSeeker application, first we downloaded from the official website, unzip to any folder and run it.
In the upper right corner select the language.
Of multiple optimization options offered, select Clean the registry.
Select all options and verify that Backup before deleting (below left) is checked as well, so make a backup RegSeeker chains erased. Click OK to start.
When finished cleaning the Windows Registry click Select, and choose Select All. Then click with the right mouse button when you’re on a chain, and select Delete selected entries. It will ask for confirmation, and the name of the backup. Leave it with its default name, and click OK.
This concludes cleaning, but to a lot of errors is advisable to make a second pass because the elimination of a mistake can bring up other hidden errors.
With Windows Vista you must run RegSeeker with administrator privileges, which will allow the program to modify the registry. If after successive passes RegSeeker returns to find some errors and check that they are exactly the same pass after pass then you can ignore them. For some reason Windows Vista regenerates these chains.