1-abc.net Registry Washer 7 esteve disponível como oferta em 17 de junho de 2014
1-abc.net Registry Washer é um utilitário que limpa o registro. Ele faz uma busca por entradas desnecessárias de registro, links quebrados, elementos de fontes já desintaladas, documentos recentes e outras funções em um curto espaço de tempo (manual ou automaticamente - baseado em um cronograma pré-definido pelo usuário).
Você pode selecionar diversos tipos de entradas inválidas, tais como RunMRUs, Paint inválido, Wordpad, e arquivos Excel, DLLs compartilhados, e arquivos ActiveX. Os resultados são convenientemente categorizados por tipo de entrada.
Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8; CPU 300 MHz; RAM 32MB; disk space 10MB
The longer your Windows system is installed, the more unnecessary data will be collected on your computer. This program helps you to find this data and deletes it for you! Five powerful modules will guide you step-by-step through the process of cleaning up your system! Upgrade offer from within 1-abc.net Registry Washer 7 with discount! Special upgrade price for GOTD users: $26.66 instead of $39.99 (regular price).
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This developer is specialized in producing decent software which are always replaceable with better FREE alternatives...and I wonder why!
How can he make money in a SUPERSATURATED field like this and others is a mystery to me.
For instance today's giveaway is just an ordinary Registry cleaner which is not worth downloading even as freeware, in my view.
Because (Portable) Privazer (by the way, far better than CCleaner) does much much more for FREE:
http://www.registryrecycler.com/features.html (==> Excellent FREE Registry Cleaner & Optimizer)
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit system. Double checked eMail...
A German company with address&phone. From Backup over Birthday reminder to the different washers. We had a lot of their products in the recent months.
The software is from November 2013.
I started the washing process. A small to full size resizable window opens, you can change the language under "file", not in the "options".
Under options you can define, where to search for orphans, a little bit confusing and unstructured from "last wordpad files" over "old Active-X files" to "uninstall entries". This should be washed again.
During the washing process the found registry entries are display. Due to the small window crippled. The process takes a long, long time. This is the longest washing process, I have ever seen.
Oops, I think the process loops. I repeats several times after "the last excel files". Yes, indeed! the program does not end properly.
Just check it out: you will be surprised how many old sins this program finds on your machine. And do not be shocked when it will be more than some 100 or 1,000 entries!
My registry is "clean" to a certain point. I used the Wise Registry Cleaner before this test - and the Ccleaner (on my virtual system). I do not wash to often... the colors are bleaching out.
Okay started again and checked only DLL,OLE,ActiveX. The program end correctly and displays the found entries in a clear way. In my case 2 "missing files" and 8 old OLE entries. You have to define, what should be cleaned. In this case you need some knowledge.
Makes a mixed impression (see the loop above) - but does not find hundreds of "wrong" entries. That's good.
But what do I do now with my wet registry. Is there a dryer??
Difficult to judge. The reports and logs are good.
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Anything that has to do with Registry "Clean Up" needs to be used with caution. Make sure you have a recent complete Drive C: back-up and additional create a restore point be for installing this program. A Registry "clean Up" with an aggressive program can leave a computer inoperable. Microsoft advises against these types of programs as they can do harm. I have not tried this one. I currently use Uniblue's Registry booster which is very gentile in selecting s few entries to be corrected.
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@6 Giovanni: thank you to get back. We have been wondering these days where you have gone. Please stay here and make you great comments.
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With the introduction of the registry Microsoft introduced software into their OS that can totally cripple it.
In my mind this is inexcusable, as a user you should be ale to have confidence in the stability and longevity of their OS, but no piracy was costing them a lot of money so they introduced this monstrosity, the registry!
We have to live with it and have to be very careful when messing with it, so use registry cleaners at your peril.
Having said that, I have used Wise Registry Cleaner for years, I had to keep my download speed at a reasonable level when I had a slow connection, half a meg, cleaning up the MRU made a huge improvement, but I only used this registry cleaner in the "safe to remove" mode.
Because I use XP I can still use ERUNT to backup my registry without problems, apparently it is still possible to use in Windows 7 but you need to do workarounds.
For those of you who have moved on from XP a program called RegBak is said to be a good substitute for ERUNT, obviously I cannot vouch for this but it is available at the following link:-
If you are going to mess around with your registry make sure you know what you're removing, or better still do a backup that can be restored outside of Windows.
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