ParetoLogic - RegCure PC Optimizer is a system registry scanner
that is designed to detect registry errors that may be causing
problems on your PC.
RegCure then gives you the option to clean these 'errors'
automatically or manually.
Scans may be run on demand or on a schedule. It
includes a registry backup and restore feature.
You may perform a free registry scan and you can
download it now.
PC Optimizer is intended to perform a thorough scan
of your system registry. This is to try to detect
registry errors in the registry that could potentially be
causing problems on your PC.
Typical problems that can occur on a PC due to system registry
- Slow, Sluggish PC
- Slow Startup
- PC pauses
- Program Crashes
- System Crashes
- Repeated Error messages
- Errors in the Registry
- Program Errors
- Driver Errors
- DLL errors
- Shortcuts missing
- System Unstable
- and other signs
RegCure will scan the registry and you can view it's
progress. It will then report the results, prompting you for
your desired action (repair). This can be done automatically
or manually (with RegCure's guidance).
Note: it is important to consider your options carefully when
repairing/changing the system registry.
We also advise utilising RegCure's backup system prior to any
With RegCure you can also organise your system startup
You may set scans to be run automatically via the
scheduler, as well as perform on demand scans.
RegCure also comes with an updater so that the software can
be kept up to date.
System Requirements - Operating
Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP and Vista.
Note: All operating systems refer to 32-bit versions.
For further details refer to the Support link from the button below
and find RegCure under Products.
WHAT WE LIKED
The on demand scans are great, but with the scheduled scanner
you can have RegCure check the registry on a regular basis
Vigilance: You should refer
to our System Solution
Summary regarding the importance of
understanding system repair products and how they
should be used with your own caution and vigilance.
Features: Scans of the registry are