If you already use application uninstalling tools, you probably know that many programs after being uninstalled leave their settings and temporary files on the computer. The main reason for that is to allow you to continue using these programs if you install them again. To solve the problem, we created our unique analysis algorithm Full Uninstall that analyzes all the data associated with the uninstalled program and searches for all residues (traces) to remove them later. The process takes place whenever you uninstall an application using Reg Organizer or Soft Organizer. But what about residues of programs uninstalled without Reg Organizer or Soft Organizer? We came up with a solution here too.
Some users have already upgraded to the new Windows 10. At the same time, the previous version of the OS is securely backed up in a separate folder (in case you want to roll back things and return to the previous version). This folder takes a serious amount of space, 25-30 GB on average. If you plan to use the new version of the OS further and don’t want to go back to any previous OS you had, you may want to use the updated Reg Organizer 7.20 to properly remove the previous Windows version and all temporary setup files of the new one.
Now that the new operating system Windows 10 has been officially released, we have double-checked Reg Organizer for compatibility and have made sure it is fully adopted to the new Windows version. Version 7.16 features the first three new tuning options for Windows 10.
The new version of Reg Organizer 7.15 features an improved program uninstalling tool. Previously, to uninstall an unnecessary program, you had to execute Reg Organizer manually, then you activated the application removal tool and located the application you wanted to uninstall in the list. Now, you launch the process directly from Windows Explorer.
New Reg Organizer 7.10 now can optimize more areas, thanks to the updated autostart manager. It can remove Windows 8/10 store applications and has become much easier to use. Read all the details below.
A new version of Reg Organizer 7, a full-featured toolbox to maintain all key Windows elements, has been released. The program helps removing unnecessary apps and all traces they may have left in the system, speeding up Windows boot up and operation, and cleaning disks from superfluous information. It also assists in the optimization, cleaning and maintenance of the system registry.
Aside from the new fresh look, Reg Organizer features a lot of new improvements. The most noticeable of them is the disk clean up utility that was rewritten from scratch. In addition to a significant performance increase, it displays even higher efficiency than ever before. Also, new scan zones were added, and the overall logic of operation was improved.
In Reg Organizer 7.0 beta 1, which you can already download from our website, we offer not only the fresh new look of the program, but also updated autostart configuration and disk cleanup tools. And while the autostart manager has merely received a few improvements and a new automatic optimization function, the disk cleanup tool has been completely reworked.
After reconsidering the entire concept of disk cleaning, we decided to update it completely, as the old way of doing things had its drawbacks and even could sometimes lead to hangs. Also, the efficiency of the old method also left something to be desired. So, we took the old cleaning method and removed it from Reg Organizer completely! An all-new instrument re-written from scratch has taken its place.
Even high-end modern computers working under Windows OS may start working slowly. Some replace it with a new one immediately; others try to fix the problem using various applications, successfully or not.
Below you can find several reasons for system slowdown, and learn the most efficient ways of solving such problems. You can rejuvenate your PC without replacing it (as long as all components of the computer are functional and healthy).
Doing the same tasks over and over encourages finding a quicker way to accomplish them. Windows has such a thing as the command line that allows executing certain applications with a single command avoiding a long chain of mouse clicks. You simply need to press the Win + R combination and type the corresponding command. Here is a list of 56 commands you may find useful in your everyday work with Windows.
Continuing releasing updates to boost and optimize Windows boot up and operation, we are glad to introduce Reg Organizer 6.60. Among many enhancements, this version features the modernized Startup Applications tool.