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Controlling Windows Startup in the New Reg Organizer 7.35

04/01/2016

A new version (7.35) of Reg Organizer, a set of tools to configure and optimize Windows from XP to 10, has been released. The program includes a complete software uninstaller, an advanced startup manager, system cleaning tools, an advanced registry editor, and a system tweaker, as well as other useful tools.

The new version introduces the improved startup manager. Now, all removed elements from the Windows startup are automatically reserved in the Undoing Changes Center and can be automatically restored at any time as needed (for example, if the element was deleted by mistake).

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Some new elements in the Comment column of the Reg Organizer startup manager now display the arrow icon (available for Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 users only). This icon indicates that this element has a high influence on the boot up performance of the operating system. Therefore, if there are a lot of such elements in the startup, you can try to speed up Windows start by disabling or suspending some of them.

Also, we decided to rename the program to Red Organizer because many users confused “Reg” in its name with “Red”. In 7.35 this option is running as beta. To activate the new name, simply rename the desktop shortcut to “Red Organizer” and run the program.

You can download the new version via Reg Organizer. Select the Help menu and click on the Check for Updates command. Or you can get the update from our official website. You can install the program over the existing version. You do not need to uninstall the previous version.

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