Losing Hair over Registry Errors?

Every computer user is familiar with performance problems. When such problems are present it is not always so easy to determine what is causing the problems, and thus, what needs to be done to resolve them. Rather than attempt to deal with a slow or freezing pc after the fact, the best course of action is to prevent such performance problems. One way to prevent these performance problems is to take care of the system registry—the database used by Windows operating systems to store user configuration settings. There are configuration settings associated with everything from hardware use to software use. Faulty software paths, keys, and values in the system registry can improperly utilize system resources and result in compromised hardware performance.

A leading cause of such registry errors is uninstalling of programs. Depending on the programs being uninstalled, one cannot always be certain that associated registry entries are deleted appropriately in the uninstall process. To prevent the need to retroactively clean or repair the registry, as a rule it is best to remove programs using the uninstall option in the host system control panel. However this method is not always available, and other times it is not flawless. At times the program one wants to uninstall is not found in the programs list access from the control panel, resulting in the need for manual uninstall; other times the values are not completely removed from registry—in both cases the need arises for one to fix registry errors directly.

This is commonly done in one of two ways: First of which is to download and use a registry repair program, whether freeware or licensed. The second way is to employ a Tech Support service, such as Fix My Compute Dude or a comparable service, which accesses your computer online and securely to manually diagnose and resolve any and all registry errors.