Here’s another excellent freebie for your PC, ‘AML free registry cleaner’.
I’m sure we all get those ‘I’m fed up of waiting for this damn computer!’ moments, you know the times when your PC is on a go-slow and there seems to be nothing you can do about it but to wait, and wait, and wait until eventually it sorts itself out and you finally get the file, program or web page you’re after. I know, it used to be a regular thing with my old PC but not any more.
This is thanks to ‘AML’ who’s free registry cleaner is excellent and very efficient. What am I waffling on about? Of course not all of you will be aware of registry issues with your computer so let me explain; please forgive me if what I’m about to go into is not 100% accurate, it’s just a brief explanation of what registry is about in my opinion. So it may be slightly inaccurate but does briefly tell those who do not know what they are up against, of course you computer pros out there will no doubt have your own explanations which are most probably much more accurate than mine.
Here’s my brief – perhaps mis-informed explanation.
Although you may not be aware of it, your computer keeps a log of everything you do on it. Somewhere in its system it records everything you do and logs each individual activity, however slight, in its memory somewhere. Don’t ask me where, I haven’t got a clue! Your PC then goes through all these logs when you try to do something and also records what you do once again. All these log files and temporary files that your computer saves are what slows down the system sometimes to the point of a virtual stand still. This applies to programs or software you use, the initial boot process, internet browsing; everything!
It can be likened to searching through a thousand receipts to find the one you need for whatever reason. That would certainly take you some time wouldn’t it? Your PC has the same problem. Why not just save the most important receipts and throw away the rest? You would then be able to find the one you want much more quickly and with no effort. That’s what a registry cleaner does; it goes through all the ‘receipts’ if you like on your computer and throws away what’s not needed. You can if you want choose which PC ‘receipts’ you would like to keep, but I tend not to bother and get rid of them all.
You could go and pay out silly money for a decent registry cleaner and some anti-virus packages do have one thrown in as part of the deal. But why go and pay for one that doesn’t do any better job than this one you can get for free? Search for ‘free registry cleaner’ in Google and chances are you’ll get a somewhat limited ‘trial’ version or something that’s useless and totally unefficient.
‘AML free registry cleaner’ has it all and also has a few bonus tools thrown in with it. You also get access to online tutorials telling you about its features and how to use them.
So leave the debit or credit card where it is and click one of the links to download ‘AML’ for free. Go for it, you’ll love it!
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