RegClean Pro Review


This review applies to version 6.2 of Regclean Pro by Systweak.

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Regclean Pro is among the many registry optimization tools available that claim to remove unused and invalid entries clogging up your system and slowing down its performance.

In our tests we found that this program thoroughly scans all the entries in your computer’s registry, fixes any found errors, and defragments and compacts this vital component of your system to ensure better performance.

There are various area’s in the registry, including its main areas – ActiveX and COM components, application paths, file types, history lists, shared files, software entries, startup, etc. Regclean Pro’s scan engine carefully searches for any registry errors in all its main areas. RegClean Pro also allows exclusion of entries where easily remove those entries from the cleaning process that you believe do not require fixing. We are not sure how important will this be for the regular users but the advanced users will definitely like this customization!

What we like more is that you can schedule the program to automatically perform its “scan and fixing” processes regularly. You can setup a time and the program’s advanced engine will do whatever is needed to bring your system up to the mark.

For extra safety, Regclean Pro provides you with a backup registry tool that allows you to perform both partial and full backups previous to any optimization process. We saw that these were also automated to a certain extent, making the process more secure.

Its well-organized interface allows you to perform each of the tasks easily and in a wizard-like fashion. However, if you are in a hurry, you can always use its “One Click Optimization” function, which scans, fixes, and optimizes your PC in one single operation.

We believe that as a stand alone Registry Cleaner, this is one of the best products available in the market at the moment.

Reviewed by: Techspeak Team

Reviewer rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed: May 8th, 2012

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