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PROS: Registry Booster does what it claims: cleans, optimizes, and backs up your registry.

CONS: Registry optimization is an often debated topic amongst tech enthusiasts. Other programs optimize your registry and the rest of your PC.

VERDICT: This program runs smoothly and the free version fixes the first 15 errors. If you’re serious about keeping your PC optimized and tuned, this program will be a very useful tool for you.

PRICE: Free Trial (15 problems fixed.) Pro $29.95 (1-year subscription.)

VERSION REVIEWED: 4.5.0.18

DOWNLOAD: Uniblue Registry Booster 2010

Note: I have five license keys to give away here.

Uniblue Registry Booster 2010 Features

As I mention in the cons section above, some people are wary of registry cleaning tools. To make sure this tool was any good, I did a highly scientific (read: not scientific in the slightest) test, which used other registry cleanup programs to determine whether or not this program is all hype. Basically, I used Advanced SystemCare Pro, Glary Utilities, and TuneUp Utilities 2010 to scan the registry for errors. Somewhere, out there, is the text file I saved (i.e., I lost it), which stated exaclty how many errors were found with each tool. I then scanned my registry with Unible Registry Booster 2010 and found 279 errors, which was very close to the number of errors the other programs reported.

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I then fixed the errors and was informed I now had 0 errors…

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Really? I thought to myself.

So, I went back and with Advanced SystemCare Pro, Glary Utilities, and TuneUp Utilities 2010 I did another registry scan. They all came back with errors. Some registry entries are flagged as an “error” when really they’re just not optimized way the program wants to have it i.e. the default time for the start menu to pop up is something like 500ms; some optimizing programs would rather this figure be 300ms or 200ms etc. Thus, errors were still flagged, but the highest was about 43 from Advanced SystemCare. For those of you asking yourself… why did he rely on other programs to test the registry and not look himself? To answer your question:

  1. I have no idea how to do that for every error.
  2. By the time I figured that out, we wouldn’t be using a registry any more (the registry was scraped with Windows 11 :)

In conclusion, this product works, and it works well. You can download a trial below to see if it is really worth it to you.

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Scan Your PC with Uniblue Registry Booster (15 problems fixed for free.)



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Rich is the owner and creator of Windows Guides; he spends his time breaking things on his PC so he can write how-to guides to fix the problems he creates.

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5 thoughts on “Uniblue Registry Booster 2010 Optimizes Your PC’s Registry”

  1. matt_villanueva says:

    Looks awesome Rich! I would love to have a copy of that! Matt.

  2. matt_villanueva says:

    Looks awesome Rich! I would love to have a copy of that! Matt.

  3. zxnino says:

    Registry Booster is a safe and trusted solution to clean and optimize the system
    your computer, freeing up the registry errors and fragmented entries. Through Advanced Error Detection Technology, the software identifies the items missing, corrupted or invalid in the registry, dramatically improving performance and stability in general.

    ;)

  4. zxnino says:

    Registry Booster is a safe and trusted solution to clean and optimize the system
    your computer, freeing up the registry errors and fragmented entries. Through Advanced Error Detection Technology, the software identifies the items missing, corrupted or invalid in the registry, dramatically improving performance and stability in general.

    ;)

  5. RianJepson says:

    For all of us who feel only the deepest love and affection for the way computers have enhanced our lives, read on.

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