Advanced Registry Doctor Pro is capable of scanning for, diagnosing and curing multiple registry problems, which averts possible system malfunctions and crashes.
Also the program significantly improves the speed of computer loading and performance.
In addition, the app comes with a set of advanced options, like registry defragmenting, built-in scheduler, backup and restore feature, history log and many other perks. A registry toolkit, for example.
Advanced Registry Doctor Pro is one of the best tools which allows you to keep your registry in good shape.
It will scan your system for errors and trash, search for solutions and analize them.
Finally this registry cleaner will rejuvinate your system back to life by correcting erroneous entries.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit).
Homepage - https://www.elcor.net
Size: 2.03 MB
Several convenient features of Advanced Registry Doctor:
- Automatic Repair
- System and Registry Backup
- Compress or Defrags Registry
- Quick and Full Registry scan
- Advanced and Novice modes
- Individual Undo
- Scheduling abilities
- Powerfull customization options
Still correcting errors is good, but when you apply some changes to registry the old information won't be gone immediately. It will still stay in the registry file, you just won't notice it. This is how the registry becomes a digital dump. To avoid this problem ARD Pro provides you with the defragmentation and backup tools which will help your registry to acquire a linear structure and get rid of various garbage it contains.
This version of software looks through the following data for possible “registry spoilers”: application paths, uninstall information, COM/ActiveX objects, help files, file extensions, font files, most recently used files list, shared DLLs and folders, startup applications, Windows/MS-DOS Shortcuts.
The automatic cure options means that any person, regardless of his or her PC literacy level can solve registry problems by simply pressing a button. Advanced users can opt to make registry changes manually.
ARD can bring some of the dead links back to life. For example, that is if you’ve accidentally moved your files (font files, help files, shared folders, shared DLLs, etc) to some other place. The main point of using ARD is that it will do the entire job for you; you just have to select which problems to search (categories) and HDD list, which will be used by the program for finding solutions. Usually you'll have to use ARD when new program is installed/removed.
Changes in Advanced Registry Doctor 9.4 build 08.10:
- Added "Undo All" feature at History Wizard
- Improved compatibility with Adobe Software Packages
- Improved compatibility with Windows 7 UAC
- Updated "License Manager" and "Undo Wizard"
- Updated Registry Defragmentation
- Fixed small bugs at "Drive Selection Wizard"
- Fixed problem with false virus detection