Over time, the database that Windows and other applications
use to store information (the "Registry") can
begin to hold data that is no longer valid or has become
obsolete. Such information can range from a reference to
a file that no longer exists, to a driver that Windows
is attempting to load each time you start your machine.
This invalid data eventually begins to clutter your Registry,
slowing Windows down and causing other possible problems.
The Registry Cleaner Tool in Super Utilities will cleanup
and streamline your Registry by finding and removing these
invalid data references.
How to Use
- Scan the Registry:
- Click the box on the item to select the item.
- Click the "Scan" button to perform
the Scan and During the Scanning, click the "Stop" button
to abort Scanning. The tree-view lists all invalid
- Remove invalid entries:
- Select the items to delete
- Click "Remove" button to remove the
- Saving and restoring undo information:
- Select the "Undo Information" tab
from the Registry Cleaner window.
- Select the item listed in the box labeled "Date
and Time of Changes" that corresponds to the
instance of changes you would like to reverse.
- Select the button labeled "Undo Selected
- You will be prompted to confirm your decision
to undo these changes. Select "Yes" to
if need to view the invalid data references, please click
the "View" button.