After using your computer for a few months, you’ll soon find that it slows, takes more time to boot and your complete system just seems to take far longer to achieve the same goals from when you first installed Windows.
Often this is because whenever you install or uninstall software, adjust hardware or change settings, the Windows registry is updated.
Over time the registry starts losing shape, accumulating obsolete, corrupt and harmful files.
This makes your PC to launch applications that have disappeared from your machine.
Left unchecked, your system can become increasingly unstable, run more slowly and crash more frequently.
Short of re-installing Windows every few months, the solution is to use a Registry optimization tool that will scan through your entire Registry and look for irrelevant, out-of-date and redundant entries that are causing your system to perform slowly and fix them.