Advanced Registry Doctor Pro 9.0< のgiveaway は 2009年8月31日
Advanced Registry Doctor でレジストリーを整理してPCのパフォーマンスを向上。
Advanced Registry Doctor Proはレジストリーをスキャンして問題を発見、処理。コンピューター稼動をよりよく改善。 レジストリー整頓、予定機能、バックアップなどの追加機能を提供。
Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003 and Windows7, Vista
Registry Defragmentation はレジストリーを整理して正確なライン構造に並び替え。ソフトウエアを頻繁に入れ替えする方に最適。
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コメント Advanced Registry Doctor Pro 9.0
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* Has registry management (scan, repair, defrag, backup).
* 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.
* Fairly small footprint in terms of system resource usage.
* This is a Beta version...?
* 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.
* Very buggy (interface and feature-wise).
* By default automatic backup of registry is not made before any 'fix' or 'repair'.
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Per Ashraf's review and Fubar's ongoing advice recommending that everyone stay away from (and not use) registry cleaner/repair programs, I am not downloading today's GiveAway. That said, below are 3 helpful links, for everyone's benefit:
Wikipedia Article About Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Registry Cleaner/Repair Programs.
Wikipedia Article About Rogue Security Software Programs (Including Fake/Scam Registry Programs).
Glary Utilities Reputable Freeware PC Utility Program (with a Registry Cleaner Component)-CNET User Rating 4/5.
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Sorry GAOTD Team I will pass Advanced Registry Doctor. I have once used Advanced Registry Doctor in past resulting in a crash in my system. I have no courage to try it once more.
For registry cleaning and stuffs I always use Comodo System Cleaner. I do not trust any other software as they do not have what Comodo System Cleaner has. Comodo System Cleaner utilizes the revolutionary innovation of SafeDelete™, a feature that allows users to safely recover any files deleted in error.
And its a freeware from COMODO (one of the best known company in internet security). You can read my Review on Comodo System Cleaner.
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To replace the lack of any weekend game giveaways this last weekend; reverseOrder posted a group of puzzle games on the Saturday and I posted some arcade games on the Sunday. I did post details of these yesterday, but for some reason they were moderated out of the forums.
I thought for the benefit of those who are not familiar with our remedial work in trying to post free alternatives when games are not given away (as per the title ‘Game Giveawayoftheday’) I’d remind you that there are games posted every day over in the forums (you don’t need to be a registered member to access the posts or download links, though we always welcome comments from the community [in which case you do need to register]), some of which are as good, if not better than the games we usually get via the game giveaway project (for example see B.A.S.E. a ‘base jumping’ game posted by rO on Friday (Week 50 of the freeware games project).
Saturdays Games: (reverseOrder)
Sundays Games: (Whiterabbit)
Games Discussion forums: (posted primarily by Whiterabbit, Wizzard of Ozz and reverseOrder)
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#3, Happy Person, the problem with Wikipedia is that any idiot can write anything in it. Wikipedia is making an attempt to improve the quality of its articles, so I raise its rating from "total disaster" to "questionable source". I only link to it for general explanations or other links, never as a definitive source, and only after checking the article for accuracy.
The Wikipedia "Registry cleaner" article has a serious misquote which anyone can check. Mark Russinovich's blog entry on "Registry Junk" was from back in 2005. Here's what he actually said:
"So it seems that Registry junk is a Windows fact of life and that Registry cleaners will continue to have a place in the anal-sysadmin’s tool chest, at least until we’re all running .NET applications that store their per-user settings in XML files – and then of course we’ll need XML cleaners." --He was clearly being tongue-in-cheek.
Read farther down, where Anonymous queried, "Hi Mark, do you really think that Registry junk left by uninstalled programs could severely slow down the computer? I would like to 'hear' your opinion."
Mark's response: "No, even if the registry was massively bloated there would be little impact on the performance of anything other than exhaustive searches.
On Win2K Terminal Server systems, however, there is a limit on the total amount of Registry data that can be loaded and so large profile hives can limit the number of users that can be logged on simultaneously.
I haven't and never will implement a Registry cleaner since it's of little practical use on anything other than Win2K terminal servers and developing one that's both safe and effective requires a huge amount of application-specific knowledge."
Registry "cleaners" are dangerous and useless, period. They can't improve the performance of Windows. The best way to improve Windows performance is to defragment your system files (must be done at boot time), which should be done after defragmenting your other files, as some boot-time defraggers will perform poorly if the disk as a whole isn't reasonably well defragmented. I've mentioned several times how to defrag Vista's pagefile (by default, it can't be defragmented because it doesn't exist at boot time). Using multiple pagefiles on different physical drives can improve performance. Unless you're using RAID, using a fast, high-capacity disk with lots of free space will improve performance (if it's been defragmented by a defragmenter which consolidates free space at the end). Also note that Mark Russinovich has never written anything to internally (as opposed to externally) defragment and consolidate the registry, as that's dangerous and unnecessary.
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