Registry Errors on New Computers

More and more often we are finding new computers with a high amount of registry errors. This has caused many consumers to become skeptical of the accuracy of registry cleaners. Before we completely write off the accuracy or perform ability of these products lets take a look at what causes many of these registry errors.

When downloading a new program onto your computer you also allowing registry errors on your computer. The act of downloading a program onto your computer installs entries to your registry. Once these entries are saved to your registry they can then be manipulated. This goes for programs that have been uninstalled incorrectly as well. Both of these actions can leave hundreds of registry errors on your computer and your computer does not have the configurations to clean these errors up with out a program such as Registry Serve.

Often times it is easy for new computers to have malicious files on them such as viruses, Trojans, spyware, malware and worms. These files have been downloaded to the registry causing startup and shutdown issues along with what some refer to as the “blue screen of death”. These files can be put on our computer through the use of the Internet prior to virus protection software being loaded onto the computer.

Whether you have a new computer or an older computer it is your responsibility to keep your computer clean and up to date. It is critical to perform disk cleanups to remove unneeded files from your computer. Many files on your computer add no benefits to your computer or registry. Along with performing regular disk cleanups it is important to do the small things such as turn your computer on and off properly, and continue to run products such as Registry Serve to defrag your new computer after having downloading so many new files in such a short amount of time.

Many times our registry on new computers has been affected by the manufactures of your computer installing certain programs on your computer before you ever receive it. The simple solution to this is much like the previously listed solutions. Run a registry cleaner and defragmentation on your new computer soon after purchasing it. It is also important to note that it is critical to have a virus protection and configure a firewall on your computer along with registry cleaners.