This is when something goes wrong with the computer and it just stands still and stops working. Normally, things will get running again after re-starting the computer. This frustrating problem is frequently caused by registry problems.

Stands for Dynamic Link Library, it's a file that holds information needed by a program to be able to work. The registry stores information about DLL files often long after the programs have been removed. Registry cleaners remove those no-longer-needed entries from the registry.

Defrag, Defragment
This is the process of re-organizing information on your hard drive. Over time, as things are installed to or removed from the registry, it can become disordered. Defragmenting it will put it back orderly and improve its performance. You need to run defrag at least once a month.

Invalid Entry
An invalid entry is some information that is no longer needed but is still stored in the Windows registry. Like when you uninstall a program, the entries to do with the program should also be removed. But often, this isn’t the case because Windows doesn’t clean its registry well.

Registry Key
This is part of the registry in Microsoft Windows that holds information related to the settings for something on your computer. Registry keys are created when you install software, hardware or change a setting on your computer.


Registry Entry
It is a piece of info that's kept in the registry. An entry is created every time bits of information are stored in the registry. The information might be the picture you choose for your wallpaper to be or a folder that you just moved.

The registry is a huge store of information, which basically is everything to do with settings and user preferences of things including hardware, software, folders, fonts, and practically everything else on your computer. Your computer can get some info it needs from the registry and this can go dozens of times in only a second.

Restore Point
Restore point is a state of the way your computer runs with all of its settings that is all saved on the hard drive. Using a restore point allows you to restore your system to exactly the way it was when the restore point is created. It is very useful when you have to deal with Windows breakdown or errors. And it is also incredibly easy to do. Learn the 1-2-3 step in creating and using restore point by clicking here.

Startup manager
It is a tool that allows you to edit the list of programs that run when Windows starts up. You can remove some programs from startup manager if you don’t need them to run as soon as Windows starts up. This can make Windows load much faster.






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