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Giveaway of the day — Stellar Registry Manager 3.0.0

Analyse, répare ou supprime des entrées des registres invalides ou inutilisés dans le Registre Windows.
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Stellar Registry Manager utilise de puissants algorithmes spécialisés pour analyser, réparer ou supprimer des entrées des registres invalides ou inutilisés dans le Registre Windows. Il a également une fonction spéciale pour prendre la sauvegarde et la restauration des informations du registre au cas où une erreur se fait lors de la réparation du registre.

Caractéristiques Principaux:

  • Scan et retire des registre invalides ou inutilisés du système;
  • Defrag les fichiers du registre du système;
  • Crée une sauvegarde complète des entrées du registre du système;
  • Exécute des processus de restauration des fichiers de sauvegarde;
  • Option pour créer la sauvegarde du registre invalide avant qu'il ne soit supprimé;
  • Option pour programmer le registre invalide par le Programmeur.

Configuration minimale:

Windows XP/ 7/ 8/ 10; Processor: Pentium; Memory: 256 MB; Hard Disk Space: 20 MB

Éditeur:

Stellar Information Technology

Page web:

http://www.stellarinfo.com/windows-tools/registry-cleaner.php

Taille du fichier:

11.9 MB

Prix:

$29.00

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#1

Couldn't get the serial os Stellar Registryin my mail...never come.

Réponse   |   Richard  –  4 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+1)
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#5

I highly recommend you don't use this software as there is a very good possibility that if you use it to clean the registry, it will cause problems. I started a scan, but stopped it when I say it has a serious issue with false positives. This means that is was detecting valid registry entries as being bad. Infact the first 22 "errors" it found, were actually valid registry keys which should not be deleted. This is a problem with 99% of registry cleaners.

I will also add the following. There is no need to every clean the registry, for the following two reasons:
Microsoft designed the registry in such a way, that unneeded registry keys will not slow down your computer. In many years of using registry cleaners on tens of PCs, only once has a cleaning the registry cause a noticable increase in performance.

Secondly, it is extremly rare for a registry cleaner to actually fix an problems. While you may have hundreds of thousands or so call registry errors, about 99.9% of the time they simply don't matter, as they won't be slowing dow n your computer ot causing problems.

I'm a computer technician and I regularly have to fix computers which are running slowly or have other issues. But, no matter what problems they have, I can pretty much guarantee that cleaning the registry will not help in any way, and when running an unsafe registry cleaner such as this one, they can actually cause more problems.

If your computer is running slowly, quite possibly you need more RAM, have too many programs running at once, or your antivirus is slowing down your computer. None of these problems will be fixed by using a registry cleaner.

Roger  –  4 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+90)
#4

After the 2nd scan, and still more "reg debris" found and removed. Windows failed to start. Thankfully Macrium put Humpty Dumpty back together again.

Ghalid  –  4 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+28)
#3

My advise to anyone, if it's not broke don't fix your registry. All your doing is asking for problems. You may have some old, unused and out dated bits of data in the registry. If the computer is running okay,,, leave those things alone. It's not a big deal. What this program does to fix those things, you will never notice any big speedup, if any. If you know how to change registry settings. (regedit) Then you already know you don't need this software. Stellar Registry Manager, maybe a great piece of software, but why ask for problems? Be safe!

Jim  –  4 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+27)
#2

Huh. Optimizers optimizers almost every day. Modern PC:s don't need these software. They do not make miracles. Finally you are messed up with your PC and forced to make a clean install on your OS.

Here is a good link to read; it doesn't apply only that spesific software. I suggest to read the article.

http://www.thundercloud.net/infoave/new/wise-care-365-not-very-wise/

jermin

Jermin  –  4 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+19)
#1

Windows registry is a database that stores whatever Windows & your software wants it to store -- there are no enforced rules saying you can't put this or that in the registry, & even malware can be written in the registry rather than as a file that your AV software might detect. That can make cleaning out old &/or bad registry entries difficult, because it's harder to say what's good & what's bad when there aren't really any standards. And that's how or when registry cleaning apps can cause problems, getting rid of one or more registry entries that appear to be bad, but are actually required by some software that's been installed. Editing & especially cleaning Windows registry can be a bit of a crap shoot...

The best failsafe is a disk/partition image backup. 2nd is an older app called Erunt, which makes a copy of the different files that make up the registry in Windows. In the folder with a Erunt backup there's a file called ERDNT.EXE that you run to put those copies back in place, restoring the registry. If Windows won't start it can be run from a command prompt, e.g. after booting to a WinPE bootable USB stick, Windows repair console etc. 3rd is setting a Windows Restore Point, which is arguably the easiest, but if restoring that doesn't work, as sometimes happens, Erunt should, & if that doesn't work for some reason, restoring the disk/partition backup will work. Of course you can do just one of those, or all 3 -- it's up to you.

Why bother with the registry?... An app like Stellar Registry Manager will clean out some entries, making the registry files smaller -- if you look at the app's web page Stellar Registry Manager also offers some other optimizations, e.g. getting rid of junk files & removing privacy-related entries in the registry. Smaller is better, taking up less hard drive space, & taking less time to read into memory. But everything is relative here -- would the little bit of drive space saved &/or the time it takes for Windows to read the registry matter to you?

Part of the answer depends on the hardware or device you're using -- a miniPC or tablet may not have much in the way of resources, so it would more likely benefit than a desktop PC. But if you backup 1st, *and can easily restore that backup*, the most you have to lose from trying is the amount of time it takes. I've seen enough posts where people say this sort of thing helped them that I have to feel it's at least possible.

That said, if you have the time & patience you can do better manually editing the registry, often with the help of a registry cleaner to find some potential problems, e.g. you may be able to delete an entire key [which may have several lines], where a registry cleaner would only delete one entry. But it can in the end be a thankless task, so be forewarned.

You can also use Regshot to record registry changes whenever you install an app, then save those logs [perhaps in the app's folder] as something to go by if you later remove that app. The downside is that you'll often have an awful lot of garbage, meaningless registry entries [e.g. for caches] to go through as you search for those entries that matter.

Removing old registry entries can matter some times more than others... More than once I've had problems upgrading to a new version of a program until I removed the registry entries put there by the old version.

mike  –  4 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+16)
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