Although you can only remove the first five errors this quick Registry cleaner finds, you can still get a good sense of how it works.
RegBoost has a well-designed, modern interface organized in tabs. The Overview tab gives users a quick summary of the system and the option to complete a full scan. It takes a visit to the Registry Scan tab for a more detailed idea of what areas of the computer should be scanned. Here, users can pick and choose which sections to focus on. In our tests, we picked a full-system scan, which took around 5 minutes. We like that a backup file was automatically created in case there were any issues later. RegBoost offers a fairly detailed log of Registry errors, but the trial version will only repair or remove the first five. The program also offers an autoscan feature, so users can automate the process to reduce the load on the system.
RegBoost provides a simple way to clean up the Registry, and a backup in case things go wrong. We recommend this tool for intermediate users and above looking to keep their Registry clean.