The Auslogic Registry Cleaner is an application for cleaning up problematic and error-filled files or folders on your computer, making it run more efficiently.
This is a good application to have, and it is pretty easy to use. You don't have to be a very advanced computer user to use it properly. There are a few scan options for more advanced users, but this Registry Cleaner already selects a default list of the drives and items it will search and repair. The Scan and Repair processes were very quick. It took half a minute to scan a little over 75,000 items. It found 1,448 problems and managed to repair all but four of those problems in another half-minute. Part of this process also includes backing up the files that are being deleted, since there's always a possibility of error and you might want to access those files again. Going to the Rescue Center in File is a quick way of restoring those files from backup, so Auslogics Registry Cleaner makes every step rather simple. They have a Help page -- only a little information -- and a Technical Support page, which will allow you to contact the company with any technical questions or issues.
There were no problems with the download or installation process. It was very quick and took only a few steps to set everything up. It asks you if you want to launch the program on the final step of installation, making it that much more convenient.
The Windows Registry is the most accessed and the most vulnerable to errors part of your computer. As you install and uninstall software it becomes cluttered with obsolete and corrupted entries, which can cause system errors, crashes, and failures. Therefore it's extremely important to keep the Registry in top form by cleaning all the junk and fixing all the errors that accumulate over time. Auslogics Registry Cleaner is designed for fast and safe Registry optimization. It will detect and fix various Registry errors and ensure that your computer runs as good as new.
What's new in this version:
Version 220.127.116.11 fixed several bugs and corrected errors in language files.