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Looking For A (100%) Free Registry Repair Program, Help :)


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Hi Everyone,

I'm having major problems lately (just in the past few days!) with error messages and my 'puter shutting down while on websites (including Yahoo!) which is becoming greatly upsetting and frustrating, don't remember having so many situations in the past...I thought one approach I could take, is going about finding a registry repair software program...but I'm having *no* luck, finding one that is literally 100% free and doesn't just SCAN your computer, but repairs each and every problem that is found during the scan, for free..is there a good and reliable *free* registry repair program out there? smile I wish I could afford one of the $30-$40 software programs but funds are really tight right now frown

If anyone might know of one, please post here....thanks so much!!! I'm so wanting my 'puter to be 'healthy' again lol!!

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You might want to read this first though.

Editor's review of Free Registry Fix

On the positive side, Free Registry Fix's interface is aesthetically pleasing, well arranged, and easy to use. Most of the window's real estate is reserved for a pane that shows the sections of the Registry the application is scanning. Free Registry Fix searches for such entries as invalid application paths, broken shortcuts, and problematic ActiveX controls. You'll also find a couple of handy features, such as scheduling and backup utilities. In spite of its enticing name, however, the program isn't free and will remove only 50 entries before registration. Once it removes those 50 entries, it pops up a registration window we could close only by clicking on the Upgrade Now button. Also, in our latest round of tests, the program generated an error message, although it still seemed to work just fine. The trial restriction alone puts Free Registry Fix far down our list of favorite tools

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Hi Everyone,

I'm having major problems lately (just in the past few days!) with error messages and my 'puter shutting down while on websites (including Yahoo!)

I'm having *no* luck, finding one that is literally 100% free and doesn't just SCAN your computer, but repairs each and every problem that is found during the scan, for free.

When you say your computer shuts down, do you mean that the web browser freezes/crashes, or does your computer literally turn off?

Have you been downloading updates for your computer? I find that the average computer owner does not have the automatic update setting activated on their computer, and just doesn't have time, doesn’t know how, or can't be bothered with manually updating and maintaining their computer.

For example, if you are using Internet Explorer for your browser, do you have the latest version? If you have an older Mac, IE is not even supporting Macintosh anymore. This will lead to poor performance or problems for older Macs.

You might a bigger problem than hardware issues or software conflicts; you might have a virus and/or spyware on your computer. Budget issues aside, it sounds like you might need professional assistance.

Because of all the shareware out on the web and all the file sharing, people just do not see why they have to pay for anything to keep their computer operating. Yes, there is alot of free stuff on the web, but most of the powerful, do-it-all utilities are going to cost some money. Computer technicians usually are nice guys, but they also have to keep a roof over their head, so chances are they are going to want to be paid for their effort and expertise.

And if you are a victim of someone taking over your computer with spyware, the fix will be a lot cheaper than having someone in Nigeria downloading your personal data from your computer to steal your identify or hacking into your bank account.

One other point. Because of the expense incurred in purchasing a computer, most of us feel this “appliance†should last as long as a TV or refrigerator. The grim reality is with the quantum leaps in technology every year, chances are a five year old computer is going to need a major upgrade or simply be replaced.

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