Creates a backup of any revamps, retains unsaved data, file and folder
Globalshareware.com, a platform of DinoDirect, has launched Registry Mechanic which is a computer optimisation device for Windows XP, Windows 2007, or Windows Vista operating systems.
The company claims Registry Mechanic increases the speed and overall stability of these operating systems, and it also fixes registry mistakes and maintains routine working operations as well.
Registry Mechanic will be able to clear any mistake, revamp and increase the operating system’s registry and mechanically supports alterations for future revitalisation, the company said.
The new offering removes internet surfing files, folders and websites also, as well as stabilises individual files and free space in order to shield the computer from unwanted viruses or corrupt programs
Registry Mechanic is integrated with a recognition algorithm to recognise misplaced and unacceptable indications in a Windows registry. It can compile a record of the unwanted entries and errors located.
The new tool will be able to clean all these registry errors and corrupt programmes automatically, and can also creates a backup of any revamps, enabling a user to retain any unsaved data, file and folder.
Registry Mechanic totally erases internet surfing websites, history, files and folders so that no one else is able to trace or track a user’s internet surfing movements.
The tool can store Internet websites, files and folders that users may have visited in a concealed Windows spot for enhanced privacy.