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Wise Registry Cleaner Pro 11.1.1 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Wise Registry Cleaner Pro 11.1.1

One of the safest registry cleaning tools available in the market today.
$35.94 EXPIRED
User rating: 40 11 comments

Wise Registry Cleaner Pro 11.1.1 was available as a giveaway on September 29, 2023!

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Repair Windows, Clean Registry and Maximize Your PC Performance with 1-Click

Wise Registry Cleaner is one of the safest registry cleaning tools available in the market today. Its scanning engine is thorough, safe and fast.

It is so easy to use, even the least experienced user can easily repair registry with this tool. It scans the Windows registry and finds incorrect or obsolete information in the registry. By fixing the obsolete information in Windows registry, your system will can work better and more quickly, after Wise Registry Cleaner analyzes your system for problems, you can individually view each of the problems found and call up a detailed description. If you wish, you can also have all problems corrected automatically, all changes to your system are monitored by Wise Registry Cleaner and can be undone with a few mouse clicks, so you can use Wise Registry Cleaner feel relieved.

  • Multi-user Cleaning
  • Fix Registry Problems and Boost Your PC Performance
  • The Practical Backup/Restore Feature
  • Scheduled Automatic Registry Cleaning
  • System Tune-up Optimizes System Settings for Better Performance
  • Customizable Cleanup Options for Advanced Users
  • System Requirements:

    Windows 2003/ 2008/ XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10 (x32/x64); CPU: Pentium 233 MHz or above; RAM: 128 MB or above; Disk Space: the minimum of the space for installing Wise Registry Cleaner is 10 MB





    File Size:

    9.1 MB

    Licence details:

    Lifetime, no updates



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    The GOTD version of Wise Registry Cleaner Pro will run semi-portably, as posted by Maria Guzman, but the regular, paid version may or may not -- the special version for GOTD does not require, *or look to see if it's activated*, while the regular version *might* store the key and a machine ID in Windows. Using a dual boot VM, I monitored the installation of the GOTD, Wise Registry Cleaner Pro, then booted into Win10 and monitored what happened when I ran Wise Registry Cleaner Pro from the Win11 drive without installing it. Installing the app added the program's folder plus a folder in Users\ [UserName]\ AppData\ Roaming\, adding one key to the registry for uninstall, and one for the app itself. Running the app without installation also added the user folder & files, along with the app's registry key -- those changes are why I call it semi-portable.

    Note that while the software allows, and encourages you to make a backup of the registry before any changes are made, you can only restore that backup by running Wise Registry Cleaner Pro -- if Windows won't start you're out of luck, so it's safest to create a disk/partition image backup you know you can restore beforehand. Creating a Restore Point can also work, but it's not as reliable as an image backup.

    Registry cleaners work by looking for and removing entries with broken links, including things like files that don't exist at the location listed and other registry keys that don't exist. They also might include tweaks that are known to help -- the 2nd tab in Wise Registry Cleaner Pro is devoted to that. Mileage varies using registry cleaners, with some people reporting large improvements and even fixes, while others have reported it broke software & even sometimes Windows. Some software has been around, and updated for years, which usually means that there's an awful lot of old code that's still in use. There can be references to specific registry entries somewhere in that old code, even though those entries are no longer used or have any purpose. If a registry cleaner removes them, that software could break. Registry cleaners are also not as efficient as manual editing in terms of total garbage removed, though manual editing can be Extremely Tedious. The registry for example contains Very Many keys with several sub-keys and entries, but that key's entire focus is a single file or another registry key. If that file or key doesn't exist, a registry cleaner will only remove that one line, while a manual edit would delete the entire key. The registry is a large database read into system memory that's constantly being read & written to -- if it grows too large that can effect performance. However you have to remove a huge number of entries to reduce the registry's size by a noticeable amount. Microsoft generally doesn't say anything for or against registry cleaners, focusing instead on reinstalling Windows if/when there's a problem, which today remains the most sure-fire cure for problems [at least those that are not design related]. And as a bonus it also tends to shrink the registry

    Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

    Is there any evidence that cleaning the registry actually improves performance? Evidence meaning a series of before/after benchmarks? It's hard to see how removing obsolete entries could make any difference in performance, since they would simply be no longer accessed.

    Reply   |   Comment by David  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

    David, not that I am aware of... just simplistic relating registry access to slow electromechanical hard drive access if it's fragmented it must be slower and if there are old but unused entries still present loading the redundant entries to get to the relevant ones must be slower but any real tests? none that I am aware of as it's not easy thing to test since the first time you load something from the registry or try to write it the whole thing is practically cached in RAM and windows memory management takes over and only when writes are done is the dirty cache memory flushed to the physical drive. Add to all that most current systems are using an order or two of magnitude faster NVMe SSD the whole thing become moot. Only true repairs can improve system performance (stability) but this tool and all others are incapable of doing that since it requires a level of expertise that no single programmer has the required knowledge of how every registry entry was ever used/misused by every developer in the history of windows and that is generally the "good" status and when to return any specific key and value back to an unknown default "good" state. It's mostly pseudo-placebo in my experience. Systems SLOW down over the years for more tangible reasons, service/feature packs increase RAM and CPU requirements and are normally installed sub-optimally in terms of electro-mechanical hard disk drives as well as hotfixes are often less optimally coded in reworking a process to overcome a security vulnerability that was coded quick and dirty originally but now has to do additional sanity checks or parsing.
    Clogged cooling systems when it gets extreme can also cause passive cooling to kick in and measurably slow down certain CPU types too.

    Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

    TK, Thanks, that's pretty much what I figured. I assumed the whole registry gets cached and that programs know where to find the keys they read and write and that any obsolete keys are simply ignored, so removing them and defragmenting makes no tangible difference. I don't really get why these small companies are still making these "optimizers" and "cleaners." Surely the same programmers could create programs that actually do something useful.

    Reply   |   Comment by David  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

    I Use Wise Registry daily to keep my PC running smooth and fast!

    Reply   |   Comment by Steven Watson  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-14)

    Steven Watson, How dows it compare to CCLeaner? Thanks

    Reply   |   Comment by Mac  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

    Hello!, GIVEAWAY of the day!

    Everyday!, The FREE Licensed Software, Game, or Application of System and Device that you offer just gets activated during the download or do we have to activate them separately after the download completes?


    Reply   |   Comment by Ayush Sharma  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

    Ayush Sharma,
    It depends on the software vendor. Some come pre-activated and some require a process by the user. Always read the readme file for specific instructions.

    Reply   |   Comment by rww  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)


    Thankyou so much for answering buddy!

    Reply   |   Comment by Ayush Sharma  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

    The Wise Registry Cleaner folder does not have to be on the PC. Wise Registry Cleaner also works from a Memory-stick.

    Reply   |   Comment by Maria Guzman  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+38)

    Maria , I can tell you that I have downloaded the free Wise Registry Cleaner 11 version. I can also say that the 512-SSD space has been recaptured.

    Reply   |   Comment by Maria Guzman  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
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