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Giveaway of the day — Advanced Registry Doctor Pro 9.2

Advanced Registry Doctor Pro - fix your registry and improve your PC's performance!
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Advanced Registry Doctor Pro 9.2 esteve disponível como oferta em 12 de abril de 2010

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Advanced Registry Doctor Pro é capaz de scannear, diagnosticar e curar múltiplos problemas de registro, que causam possíveis disfunções e quedas, além de significativamente melhorar a velocidade de carregamento e a performance do seu PC. Além disso, o programa vem com uma série de opções avançadas, como desfragmentação do registro, calendário embutido, recurso de restauração e backup, histórico e muitos itens - como um kit de ferramentas para registro, por exemplo.

Esta versão do software faz buscas nos dados procurando por "sabotadores de registro": caminhos de aplicativos, informações de desinstalação, objetos COM/Active X, arquivos de ajuda, extensões de arquivo, fontes de arquivo, arquivos recentemente usados, Atalhos do Windows/MS-DOS. A opção de reparo automático permite a qualuquer pessoa, independe de seu grau de instrução em informática, resolver problemas simplesmente clicando em um botão. Usuários avançados podem optar por efetuar mudanças de registro manualmente.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows XP/Vista/7 (32-bit and 64-bit)

Publicado por:

Elcor Software

Página Oficial:

http://www.elcor.net/ard.php

Tamanho do arquivo:

5.40 MB

Preço:

$24.95

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#5

Estes programas deveriam ter seu dia de download, mas para a instalação deveriam ser free sempre que precisar instalar novamente já que vc o baixou legalmente, mas se não fizer a instalação no dia, vc n consiguirá utilizá-lo....

Responder   |   Claudio  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#4

O programa é bom, mas tem algumas inconsistências. Um exemplo simples é que informou ter corrigido algumas falhas que continuaram presentes no registro, verifiquei isso manualmente e considero inaceitável que um programa que faça este tipo de trabalho cometa este tipo de engano.

Outra preocupação que tenho é que programas que mexem em área tão delicada apregoem fazer o trabalho de forma automática, o que pode gerar graves problemas no funcionamento do Windows, principalmente com usuários leigos.

A falha ocorrida e essa facilidade em permitir que as pessoas cliquem em um botão e considerem que "consertaram" seu micro me fizeram não recomendar este programa na análise que faço diariamente em meu blog.

Não recusei o programa, ele tem suas vantagens e é bastante útil a usuários avançados, mas deveria conter este alerta no seu texto de apresentação, ao invés de se apresentar como "salvador da pátria" o que absolutamente não é.

Responder   |   Divino Leitão  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#3

Na ativação não veio nenhum código de registro. Como obter o Numero Serial do programa.

Responder   |   Germano Schulz  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#2

muito bom!! o melhor otimizador de registro que já usei! obrigado.

Responder   |   Emerson  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#1

Bom Programa. Obrigado

Responder   |   Paulo Alves  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
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#5

The Good
* Has full registry management features (scan, repair, defrag, backup/restore).
* You can undo the 'repair' or 'fixes' you make.
* Ability to apply tweaks to Windows.
* Has preemptive protection against malicious ActiveX malware.
* There is a startup program manager.

The Bad
* A bit buggy.
* You cannot choose individual Windows tweaks to apply. It is all or nothing.
* Registry backup files are not self-executing (you must have a program that supports the backup format to restore your registry).
* You can only undo one 'fix' or 'repair' at a time.
* By default automatic backup of registry is not made before any 'fix' or 'repair'.
* Developer displays semi-scareware Premium Booster advertisement during installation of Advanced Registry Doctor Pro.

Free alternatives
WinUtilities Professional Edition
TuneUp Utilities 2008
WinOptimizer 2010 Advanced

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Ashraf  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+184)
#4

Beware! The last part of the setup program directs you to a web site Premiumbooster.com, and it did some keylogging actions. It is not sure if this install is safe and truful! I blocked it and the install got stalled. If you cancel the install and exit the setup at this point, the program is still install ok. I do not really like a company which deploys such keylog ways for marketing purpose!

Nano  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+60)
#3

Found 300 errors. Program expects me to sit there and delete each one, as if I know what ramifications of the delete will mean. It is a dunbass poorly designed piece of crap program. No wonder they are giving it away. It belongs in the pile, "can't give it away."

Very Disappointed  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+40)
#2

Installed and activated fine on WinXP SP3.
Application hang when attempting to run a scan (tried this twice without success). Had to use TaskManager to close the application.

carrot muncher  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+37)
#1

The developer, Elcor Software, is completely upfront about what their registry software can do [http://www.elcor.net/registry_repair_faq.php] -- in this day/age of completely exaggerated claims, I think their honesty is refreshing.

If you've ever found a dead link on a web page, or a bookmark in your browser that no longer works, you know how Advanced Registry Doc Pro -- & every other registry repair utility -- works. Some are more aggressive than others, but all of them look for broken *links* in Windows' registry, e.g. a registry key pointing to something that doesn't exist, or in some cases, keys that point to nothing at all, when they should point to something. Deleting garbage entries makes Windows' registry's physical size smaller -- compare how long it takes Notepad to open a 1 KB file vs. ~2,000 KB file & it's obvious the bigger the file size, the longer it takes Windows to read it.

Catch #1... it takes an awful lot of registry entries to amount to a size reduction you can see, & even more to make you sit up & take notice... I recently tried to get rid of all references to an app I was upgrading, deleting almost 2,000 keys [not something I'm anxious to do again] -- the before/after ERUNT backups [with all registry files in the same folder] showed I got rid of less that 3 MB out of ~72. To better the odds that you'll notice an improvement, registry cleaners like to also go after different caches -- more-or-less long lists the registry stores that are always changing. It's not uncommon to *flush out* several hundred entries just starting the install routine for most apps -- when you double-click a GOTD setup.exe file [or any other setup.exe file], before anything much happens, you might have already lost 300 - 600! The thing is, that can happen every single day... obviously Windows is always busy rebuilding these lists, so any gains from cleaning out these caches are *very* temporary.

Catch #2... Advanced Registry Doc Pro can look for files that aren't where the registry thinks they are. When a bookmark doesn't work in your browser, you can use Google/Bing to try & find the site again -- you might get loads of hits, but which one is the right one, if it still exists? I don't know about you, but in my experience more often than not the original's no longer there. When registry cleaning/repair software searches for missing files, it's more or less the same thing... Yes, you could have accidentally moved a file &/or folder, but how many people actually move program folders around in the 1st place, so they could have accidentally misplaced one? In my experience when registry cleaning/repair software looks for a *missing* file & finds a match, it's either a duplicate file name, or the registry entry was left behind after a software uninstall or upgrade. If the found file is a different version, it *may* be completely incompatible. If it was left behind, or if the duplicate file's an exact match, likely no harm, but, if my system has been working fine, & an entry's been pointing at nothing all this time, I'll just delete the entry rather than waste time trying to fix what isn't broken.

Catch #3... When it can take thousands & thousands of lines of code to write even a simple looking app, it's extremely rare to start over with a clean slate when the developer upgrades/updates that app. When they add onto the code base old portions that are no longer used might remain in place -- it's more common with larger developer teams, & after all, what harm can it do? And/or, a developer might license code from someone else, & not use every option that code includes. In these 2 scenarios (& possibly many others) there might be registry entries that serve no current purpose, but the software checks & won't work without them. Quality control testing wouldn't include: "What happens if the user deletes these registry keys"? SO deleting any registry keys/values is inherently risky. It's like the old Clint Eastwood line: "Do ya feel lucky..."? Back up 1st.

ERUNT is a nice, free app to backs up your registry, & can restore a backup even when Windows won't start -- in those cases you still need to be able to get to the backup folder, so read the docs & make sure you'll be able to. In Vista & 7, System Restore has the benefit of keeping a copy of everything -- cool since in Vista & 7 your system's state isn't only stored in the registry. I spend an extra 2 - 3 minutes & do both... redundancy is good.

mike  –  12 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+34)

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