Error Fix works to fine-tune your system performance by checking for Registry errors, but the word "fix" is a misnomer in this strict trial version.
The application's straightforward interface uses large buttons for scanning, backup restoration, altering program options, and managing start-up programs. During testing, the program thoroughly scanned our computer and found a wide variety of errors such as the problematic Active X controls, invalid references to past uninstalled programs, and broken shortcuts. Errors found are organized according to the error type, but the program excludes any detailed information about the severity of each error.
The removal of errors from the Registry is off-limits until you purchase the program. Novices will find it easy to set up the Registry cleanup schedule, which allows you to clean your Registry at your convenience. The only noticeable extra feature is the Startup Manager, which performed well during testing.
Overall, Error Fix does a good job of identifying Registry errors, but because of the trial limitation, we are unable to comment on its ability to remove errors.