So what exactly is the Windows Registry? What best to look for the answer than in Wikipedia.
The Microsoft Computer Dictionary, Fifth Edition, defines the registry as:
"A central hierarchical database used in Microsoft Windows 98, Windows CE, Windows NT, and Windows 2000 used to store information that is necessary to configure the system for one or more users, applications and hardware devices."
In layman terms, by taking care, good care of your Windows Registry, the performance speed of your computer is optimized. Now isn't that just the thing everyone wants!
Also with the "CCleaner you can do various cools stuffs such as:
- Maintain the msconfig setting of your computer. The msconfig controls all the Startup application that gets loaded when you boot your computer. The more application in the msconfig; more the time the system will take to boot your operating system.
- You can also conveniently uninstall all the application without bothering to visit the Control Panel.
- Last but certainly not the least ... the Cleaner option .. cleans all the unnecessary files stored in your computer which gets accumulated due to various reason .. such as internet surfing, general system use...
Support: Xp, Vista, Windows 7