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Giveaway of the day — Registry Defrag 6.0

Keeping the registry as compact as possible means better computer performance. Auslogics Registry Defrag is fast becoming an essential tool in keeping your registry defragmented.
$19.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 340 (36%) 598 (64%) 59 comments

Registry Defrag 6.0 was available as a giveaway on July 16, 2010!

Today Giveaway of the Day
$39.99
free today
Resize partition spaces without reformatting disk and reinstalling OS!

Keeping the registry as compact as possible means better computer performance. Auslogics Registry Defrag is fast becoming an essential tool in keeping your registry defragmented. As a result, the Registry becomes compact and small, greatly improving your computer performance.

Key benefits:

  • Eliminates structural defects in the Registry;
  • Reduces the Registry size and the amount of RAM the registry takes up;
  • Improves applications response time;
  • Makes Windows running more stable;
  • Improves overall computer performance.

System Requirements:

Windows 7/Vista/2008/XP/2003 (x32 and x64); 15 MB HD space; 64 MB RAM

Publisher:

Auslogics

Homepage:

http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/registry-defrag/

File Size:

5.76 MB

Price:

$19.95

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#59

The program should create an automatic restore point before any actions such as deleting keys are allowed. This is especially important for novice users, otherwise they may find they need to reinstall their operating system, or programs that were registered may no longer be registered following the use of this program.


When hovering over each registry key more information than that already provided should be given, for example more details about the target.


I've only recently built my computer using new hard drives (12 weeks) and am very careful in what I install on my computer, yet today's giveaway says there are 1195 errors in my registry. I cannot believe that is true.


There are several decent registry scanners and defragmenters available on the net for example Registry Clean Expert, Win Utilities, Wize Registry Cleaner, Auslogics Disk Defrag, plus others. I've not included links because the post may otherwise be moved to the spam folder.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#58

easy to use. I did notice an increase in application speed.

Reply   |   Comment by rsomer  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#57

comment 55 had...
"Microsoft thought sysinternals was good enough to buy. " Like many things, real anti-virus software, reg repair software, that would run, via of a schedule out of the box, Microsoft should have been putting these things in their OS for free, years ago. Just love having to buy utils to repair, or fix their baggage OS, or subscript to a yearly $50 plus fee to fight viruses. That registry, what a great idea. Have one Microsoft OS machine running, last one I ever buy, moved on to Macs, and linux. Guess why I am having to down load this? sigh...
Why would Microsoft have to buy this? You would think they would be the best person to write it. Tells you a lot.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PageDefrag

Reply   |   Comment by James L  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#56

Works great! It didn't find anything to fix, as I had just used Reg Seeker & Eusing reg cleaner yesterday, but I don't think they usually do defrag on the reg too. I love how fast this ap is! Keeper for me too!
* This ap is NOT FREE anywhere, don't believe all you read in comments!
*This is NOT a reg cleaner, which is what people say to beware of if you don't know what you're doing. This only moves data around a bit, fills in empty spaces, & put stuff where it goes. NOTHING to fear at all!
*There was WAY TOO MUCH RECOMMENDING of other aps here today! It's NOT like there is even a tiny thing wrong with this ap! Once someone has recommended another ap, LET IT GO! We don't need to see 8 times, especially if there's nothing wrong with the ap being offered. Aus-Logics deserves much better than that.

Reply   |   Comment by Skye-hook  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#55

Here's another enthusiastic vote for pagedefrag from sysinternals. However, it does NOT do anything to the registry, as someone above said it does. What it does is it defrags virtual memory, which no normal defragger can do. Microsoft thought sysinternals was good enough to buy. Program hasn't had a rewrite since 2005, that's how good it is. Makes me think of Spinrite, which I wish I could afford. Hey GAOTD, have you tried to get it?

I have run other registry defraggers and they've offered a 2 to 5 percent performance boost. I declined, wasn't worth the wait time for the reboot (or was it?). Now I'll download Auslogic and see if I like it as much as everyone else does.

Reply   |   Comment by Pete Maurer  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#54

Received error code #46 "an unexpected error" suggests I should contact technical support explaining the error. Said it failed tyo analyze the hive \registry\machine\system.

First download from this site. Doesn't give me much confidence of the site or the software.

Reply   |   Comment by Huck  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#53

#45/#50 http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Windows-Installer-CleanUp-Utility-Download-18442.html

Reply   |   Comment by tc  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#52

I've been using this program for awhile, probably since it first came out. Surprisingly, it really does make a difference. It definitely can trim some time off a computer's boot up time, and it's all pretty much automatic. I also use their separate disk defrag utility, which is a free program all the time. I'd certainly recommend both of these.

Reply   |   Comment by Thom  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#51

As with all tools it depends whose hands it is in and the need. Some would not even notice a second increase in speed whereas another would. This beats the pants off of Quicksys RegDefrag and Glary Utilities.

Reply   |   Comment by phase  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#50

#45 Thank you so much!

Reply   |   Comment by drvajra  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#49

for win7 x64 user, clean or defrag registry on win7x64 are not recommended, use this software only if you have problem or error on your pc

Reply   |   Comment by alrizal  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#48

mike #42

Today's giveaway does create a System Restore point. Not only that- it does it by default which is awesome.

Reply   |   Comment by consuella  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#47

I unclicked ask tool bar and it downloaded it any way, I hate that tool bar!

Reply   |   Comment by Sharon  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#46

ISSUE: after running it and rebooting I got an "error 22: the report file is either missing or damaged. Perhaps access to the registry is blocked by antivirus or antispyware programs."
Yes, I do have some running, but I don't think they have blocked other programs from access. It also only offered a 6% improvement, so marginally effective I guess, or maybe my other programs are doing a good job of keeping errors down.
Anyway, good to have a registry defrag program from a good company. Thanks, GOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by promytius  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#45

#40: "Will this program eliminate a problem which has cropped up recently – “windows installer pops up on every application”."

This is a known prob that can crop up in various forms, normally caused by programmers / developers not fully doing their job when they use the Windows Installer. The cure in most cases is to install Microsoft's "Windows Installer Clean Up", then run it & remove the Windows Installer records for the app causing problems [usually the installer window will (eventually) give you a hint of what app's involved]. *However*... Microsoft says their program can cause problems in 7 etc, so they've pulled it from their site -- you'll have to use Google/Bing to find it.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#44

Several comments mentions SysInternals [part of Microsoft] PageDefrag... an app from '06 designed for NT 4, win2k, XP, & Server 2003, 32 bit only. While there's certainly nothing wrong with the program itself, those using it might want to try or at least consider more efficient methods. Rather than defragging Windows Page file, it's easier & faster to just delete it on shut down & re-write it on starting -- you can do this either with a Wndows setting or any of several utilities. Defragging a file means reading & potentially re-writing every cluster (sometimes more than once), which in this case you can easily avoid. Same thing for the Registry, with the bonus that Windows software writes the new files in Windows, which is much faster than doing it outside of Windows during boot -- on re-boot the disk's table of content's so-to-speak is just updated to point to the new rather than old files.

* * *

#39: "I get confused on registry programs. I have read on several other sites many times to leave the resistry alone !! Do not touch !! Others say to clean and defrag the registry and such."

The bad part is both opinions are right! ;-) Hopefully this will help...
In a nutshell it boils down to a risk/reward assessment -- 1) how hard would it be for you to put things back, vs. 2) how badly does your system run. RE: #1... Are you willing to read the ERUNT docs, learn how to access the drive when/if Windows won't run, & learn how to swap the registry files from an ERUNT backup? RE: #2... do you feel your system needs help badly enough to justify #1? If it's easy for you to put things back, & you don't mind the time it takes or the hassle, go for it as you've got near zero risk. OTOH if you think you'd rather have your finger nails pulled out, you might want to hold off until your system runs so badly the alternative is a re-format & re-install. :-)

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)
#43

For those uncertain about using this...

Defragmenting the registry doesn't change its data. It just reorganizes it so it can be found more easily.

Running this program shows you if your registry needs defragmenting. If it does, you more than likely should first optimize it with a registry cleaner. (The free one from Auslogic's web site appears to be a good and safe choice. I tried it myself, and it seemed to work fine without causing any problems.) A registry defragmentation should be even more useful then.

This program seemed to install and run fine on WinXP for me, so I gave it a thumbs-up.

Reply   |   Comment by Uzer  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#42

Auslogics is a familiar name if/when you research disk defragging software -- it seems to have a decent rep [like any app you'll see some complaints]. Today's GOTD, Registry Defrag 6, should work well for those that try it. Installation adds 1 Uninstall key for the Inno Setup Installer, & 1 key for Auslogics -- the only files added to Windows are the Start Menu Shortcuts, & the app itself comes in at ~9 1/4 MB in 30 files, 2 folders. Running setup, the app: "askchecker.exe" wants to phone home, & you're later given the option of installing Auslogics Ask Toolbar as well as the chance to reset your homepage to their site -- something bound to annoy some people.

There are 2 ways that Windows Registry can become fragmented... 1) it's made up of files & those files can be fragmented on your disk the same as any other. 2) The files can contain *White Space* -- think of it as if you deleted a line of text in the middle of a paragraph in Notepad, & the remaining text didn't automatically jump up a line to fill in the gap. Registry defraggers take a snapshot of the registry, writing new files, then swap them out on re-booting. Assuming the part of the disk where the new files are written isn't badly fragmented, the new files won't be either. Since only data from the snapshot is written, *White Space* is eliminated.

The most common problem? In Vista/7 your system's state is stored in more places than just the registry, & even in XP you can run into trouble if you swap out a copy of the registry that doesn't have the latest changes... a quick example, I run McAfee A/V software, & if it should update between the time I create the new registry files & when I reboot to swap them out, version numbers in the registry won't match what's recorded in McAfee's files, so McAfee won't work, nor will it update. Lessons learned: you don't want to delay *at all* re-starting Windows, & you want to have the fewest possible running apps & processes.

IMHO the biggest [perhaps only] weakness with Auslogics Registry Defrag, is unlike ERUNT/NTREGOPT you can't put things back unless you're running the Windows Install where you created a Restore Point. If the registry get's trashed so Windows won't start, you're out of luck & have to restore a backup... if you can access the drive [from a boot disk, repair console, bootable USB stick, from another system etc], you can put an ERUNT backup back in place.

How well does Auslogics Registry Defrag work? Unfortunately I can't really say... I use ERUNT to backup & often restore the registry in XP Pro where I monitor most GOTD offers -- as far as defragging the registry goes, restoring an ERUNT backup is the same as running the companion defrag app, NTREGOPT. Doing an analysis with today's GOTD showed zero fragmentation -- the map image showed a few red squares but at <1% not enough for Registry Defrag to recommend bothering with, so the only option it gave was exiting/closing the app.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+30)
#41

I downloaded, installed and ran today's giveaway on my older desktop running Win XP SP-3. It is an older machine that is my primary computer and for years I have installed and deleted my fair share of programs and made plenty of upgrades to. I feel that it runs very well for what it is and the life it has led.

Auslogic's Registry Defrag installed and ran perfectly without issue. As mentioned the Ask Toolbar is installed by default but is no problem to prevent. I especially appreciated the feature that allows you to scan your registry and report what (if any) improvements the program will make before it commits you to any permanent changes. This is a feature I wish more programs would have.

There was one surprise here, however. Even though I only use Ccleaner about once a month (which is only a reg cleaner and not a defragger) and defrag my HDD every 3-6 months or so, I've never used a registry defrag program ever and expected to see the program wanting to make a lot of changes. However, the report it generated indicated only a few minor issues with my registry and claimed that the changes it could make would only improve performance by 2% - not nearly enough for me to take any action.

This impressed me for two reasons. First is that the program didn't feel the need to report all sorts of issues, whether real or not. And second the program didn't make all sorts of wild promises as to what it could do and the improvements I would see (also whether real or not). This demonstrates a certain degree of intellectual honesty that is oftentimes missing from many software developers and companies.

I'm going to keep it for now and try it again in a month or so, but if things continue as they have in the past then it doesn't appear that I'll really need it. This speaks to the positive nature of Ccleaner and the honesty of Auslogic's Registry Defrag.

Cheers - Jon651

Reply   |   Comment by Jon651  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#40

Will this program eliminate a problem which has cropped up recently - "windows installer pops up on every application".

Like most GAOTD members, I install and uninstall programs.
Any help will be appreciated.

Reply   |   Comment by drvajra  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#39

I get confused on registry programs.

I have read on several other sites many times to leave the resistry alone !! Do not touch !!

Others say to clean and defrag the registry and such.

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Reply   |   Comment by George Hale  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#38

I already have the free version of this and it is excellent. The difference between a reg cleaner and reg defragger is that the reg cleaner only removes incorrect entries in the registry. A reg defragger goes a step further by removing the blank space left behind and thus compacts the registry so that it takes up lass space and loads quicker when the computer boots. Yes, it really works...I have timed my startup before and after.

Reply   |   Comment by MsCoulter  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#37

My laptop has a solid state drive. I've read that SSDs don't need to be defragged, and that doing so can actually shorten their life. Wouldn't that be the same for registry defrag? Or can a registry defrag speed up boot and performance even on a SSD?

Reply   |   Comment by skeezix  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#36

According to www.321download.com/LastFreeware/page38.html, the last Freeware version of Auslogics Registry Defrag was v5.x. Today's offer is for version 6, which lists for $19.95 on the Auslogics website.

I believe the "Free for Personal Use" in the Help/About screen is part of the GOTD license. That is, this GOTD version is free today only for personal use, which is common for several of the applications that have been given away here in the past.

Reply   |   Comment by Doug A  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#35

Just a word about software that promises to reduce, modify or speed up the registry.

I don't have a vast amount of computer knowledge, but I do know it's not a good idea to start messing around with the registry. Throughout the life of a computer the registry gets more clogged up. It's a fact of life. Like us, they get older, slower and more temperamental. There are other, safer ways to improve the response of a computer. Use CCLEANER regularly to give your machine a workout and don't have too many processes running at once.

Bear in mind that things like anti-virus software is ALWAYS running in the background to keep you safe.

Reply   |   Comment by Paul  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-24)
#34

This program is ok, Kind of waste for a Giveaway of the day though. And be careful when installing, they will try to get you with the Ask toolbar.

Reply   |   Comment by IT-Guru  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)
#33

I'll agree that NTREGOPT is a great tool. Been using it for a couple of years now. Use it on a monthly basis and you'll see the difference.
Another program suggestion to back up your registry is Reg Assistant.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#32

The Sysinternals "pagedefrag" defragments the registry file on disk.

This (and other) registry defragmenters close up wasted space (typically from key deletions, changes etc.) inside the file, like a database compaction.

The full sequnce, to totally spring clean the registry, would be:
1. Uninstall any unwanted programs
2. Registry Cleaner
3. Registry defragmenter
4. Pagedefrag

Reply   |   Comment by The Leecher  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#31

for defragmenting registry (at boot time) I use and recommend Pagedefrag, which is a part of Sysinternals suite

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/System-Tweak/Pagedefrag.shtml

as mentioned by #17, you also can find it directly at

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897426.aspx

BTW, it defragments (virtual memory) pagefile too.

Reply   |   Comment by peli11  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#30

what about removing and reinstall ? it will be possible to install on my PC also later after download time expiration ?

Reply   |   Comment by alvaro  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-24)
#29

Hello All,

Long time user of GOTD stuff, but first time poster. Pretty much just repeating what others above me have said,I just wanted to put my 2 cents in and add that I have been using Auslogic programs for a couple of years now and swear by them. I'm sure there are other free alternatives out there that may work as well or even better.

I just like the fact that Auslogic makes both a Disk Defragmenter and a Registry Defragmenter, that work extremely well in my opinion, available to the public for free. They of course offer "upgrades" and try and sell you on their other paid programs like Boost Speed. But hey, they need to make a buck just like everybody. But the fact is they offer free 2 programs that work well, and are easy to use for evey the novice user.

I do computer work on the side and always have the latest version of Auslogic Disk Defragmenter and Auslogic Registry Defragmenter on my flash drive to load up on clients computers when I work on them. So if anyone is interested in a nice disk defragmenting program as well, just Google Auslogic and go grab their other free software.

Thanks GOTD and Auslogic for making this available!

Mike

Reply   |   Comment by Mike  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#28

General thought: This utility may be free at Auslogic (and I do not haven't checked), but how many of us would have found it on our own? Or found it this quickly?

It has been my experience, over the past several years, that Registry Defragment utilities do speed up booting and processing. It can be a small amount or a large amount, depending upon the amount of defraqmentation needed. I like this Registry Defragment utility, but Auslogic seems to keep re-defining (positively!) what to expect from daily utilities.

This Auslogic defragment utility gives the option of always backing up the registry before defragmenting. Making it a default is a very sane and rational option, but I have not run across it before in the registry cleaners or registry defragment utilities that I have encountered. I do make backups before I do anything to the registry, but having it default is great.

I am a visually oriented person, so I really appreciate the graph results as well as the percentage value. Even though I've worked with numbers and values for decades, a graph like this is nice.

It will probably take a couple of times using it to really evaluate it. Once is not enough, lol. I really like the Auslogic Hard Drive defrag utility due to its speed and ease of use, so I am expecting big things here as well.

Reply   |   Comment by Rick Siegert  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#27

#17-I assume you're running XP? Page Defrag was not recommended for Vista,and I would guess not for 7 either.

Reply   |   Comment by chuck  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#26

I agree with comment #16 by anon,.. NTREGOPT is a damn fine piece of machinery for optimising the registry. I've been using it for years and it also comes from the same stable as ERUNT which is a good rap !

Reply   |   Comment by terrawarra  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#25

NTREGOPT is simple enough to defrag registry.
ERUNT backs up Registry Hives easily enough.
Get both free at http://www.majorgeeks.com

Also, I use Sysinternals PageDefrag to do its thing at boot time.

CCLeaner to clean up registry issues ... carefully


Peace!

Reply   |   Comment by dLux  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#24

no key to install,it comes preoactivates,,it means no otion to upgrade for newer versions,,i think ntregopt does a good job too. or hat's the difference betweens these too?

Reply   |   Comment by Mike  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
#23

Yes, uncheck the "Ask Toolbar" and alway create a backup before you run. Other than that, another tool for the arsenal!

Reply   |   Comment by Doyle Dawkins  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#22

#13 difference between a registry defrag and registry cleaner:

Registry cleaner (such as the free and good EasyCleaner) does a lot of checking for invalid entries etc.

A Registry defrag program does only defragmenting.

Reply   |   Comment by toktok  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)
#21

I'd have to offer Erunt that includes NTREGOPT as a free alternative.
So you can backup & optimize the registry. Backup being the important step when messing with the registry.
http://www.larshederer.homepage.t-online.de/erunt/
"ERUNT and NTREGOPT in their current versions 1.1j are still compatible with Windows 7, but as in Vista, they will only work correctly if you turn off User Account Control in Windows' Control Panel (move the slider to the lowest position).

Also, a problem has been discovered which on many systems causes ERDNT and NTREGOPT to display a "RegSaveKey: 3" error when optimizing / restoring the BCD00000000 hive. The cause is that after a clean install of Windows 7, the BCD part of the registry which contains Windows' boot configuration data resides on a hidden system partition with no drive letter assigned in Explorer. You can simply ignore this error and continue, or as a workaround, open Disk Managemant in Control Panel and right-click on the partition displayed as "System Reserved" to assign a drive letter. "

Reply   |   Comment by Frank Castle  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#20

I have been using this this application for some time and find it works well. To maintain my computer, I also use Auslogics Disk Defrag & Auslogics Registry Cleaner.

Reply   |   Comment by athome  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#19

80% from soft put here can be free forever if you have mind.Thank Gaotd and soft producer for your generosity.It"s no need to be:hacker,cracker,to use:crack or keygen.Soo.i think that Gaotd is foor poor peoples who have something in their brain.

Reply   |   Comment by Do Do Re  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-83)
#18

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897426.aspx

Free Microsoft utility, defrags registry hives and page file. Works on Windows XP higher. May be limited to 32-bit, I don't know this.

I've set mine to defrag every time I boot.

Reply   |   Comment by lesle  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#17

p.s. even if it is a payable software the ASK toolbar is present... This is called AD-Ware and is not a good practice. The good side is that you can disable it when installing.

Carefully read everything before you click on Next.

Reply   |   Comment by TheSmokingTeam  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#16

since this program went from free to paid , i switched to NTREGOPT and have not gone back. NTREGOPT seemed to work where this one failed. did a comparison of both a few times to see which one would would recover more space ,and NTREGOPT won that quick test. at least for me anyway. thanks for this offer GOTD & Auslogics.

Reply   |   Comment by anon  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#15

I have been using Auslogics BoostSpeed for a year or so. It contains the registry defrag as well as all the 'tools' you will ever need. The reg defrag only runs if the program deems it necessary. It has never made more than 1% or so difference according to the statistic it gives out following the defrag run. I dont believe any of these 'boost' or 'speed-up' programs make any noticeable difference compared to a full re-stack. There is an intrinsic problem with the Microsoft operating system which insists on fragmenting files all over your hard drive. Perhaps if they sorted this out instead of making it 'pretty' there would be some operational benefit.

Reply   |   Comment by Fivish  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)
#14

Nice program with a feeling of quality. Make sure during installation not to get the hopeless "Ask" toolbar.

Reply   |   Comment by Urban  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#13

can someone tell me what is the difference between a registry cleaner and a registry defragger?
I cannot find a "registry defragger" module in Glary Utilies...as per Ashraf....

Reply   |   Comment by Hrad  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#12

WOW! I've been using this one for a while now. The Auslogics's is the best registry defragger today, thank you very much to offer this one to us as a give away! I would like to make a note that this is not a registry cleaner which can make ugly tricks to your computer but it's just a defragger, it defrags the registry so the computer can run much faster. It's a safe application and highy recommended.
Also I invite you to try the Auslogics freeware disk defrag, top notch disk defrag software, my experience with this two Auslogics softwares is excellent.

p.s. Regardless how safe a system application is you should always make a restore point before using any system software. Make this your default practice and your computer will always be safe.

Reply   |   Comment by TheSmokingTeam  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#11

Hello... This one is another keeper for me !
Auslogic Registry Defrag is very easy to use and it works actually very quickly. And I also like the analysis that you get after the defragmenting is done to the registry, for it helps you to see where your registry was more fragmented. My registry for example was fragmented the most at the "software" hive, I guess maybe because I am always installing/uninstalling programs...
Thanks GAOTD and Auslogic for such a great program !
The program is working here fine with no problems of any kind. Windows Vista Ultimate 64x SP2 and Windows XP Pro 32x.

Reply   |   Comment by Hector  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)
#10

Very good and fast.Thank.

Reply   |   Comment by Do Do Re  –  7 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)
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