Pros Fixes thousands of Windows problems. Cleans and optimizes the Windows registry. Helps you speed-up Windows Startup. Scheduler lets you fix problems automatically. Used by more than 60 million people.
Cons Superseded by PC Health Advisor.
Verdict PC Health Advisor gives you more bang for your buck.
RegCure full review
Fixes thousands of Windows problems — It fixes stuff, like COM/ActiveX object entries, uninstall entries, font entries, shared DLLs, application paths, file/path references, program shortcuts, shell extensions… (Yeah, I’ve no idea what most of them are either.) Suffice to say, it fixes a boatload of annoying computer problems. Oh, and for peace of mind, it creates a backup of your registry before it does its magic.
Cleans and optimizes the Windows registry — Every time you use your computer, it creates a shedload of temporary files and new registry keys. RegCure cleans up all this junk and optimizes your computer for better performance.
Startup Manager helps you speed-up Windows Startup — Not all the programs that start when Windows starts, need to run automatically. RegCure’s Startup Manager lets you choose which programs start automatically and which don’t. Disabling some programs will make Windows start quicker.
Scheduler lets you fix problems automatically — You can use the scheduler to automatically scan and fix Windows problems. You can do it weekly, monthly, at Windows logon… or as often as you like. Just set it and forget it.
Is used by more than 60 million people — As of 2009, RegCure had been used by more than 60 million people… so it could be more than 100 million by now. There’s gotta be a reason why it’s so popular.
It’s been superseded — When PC Health Advisor does everything RegCure does, plus a whole lot more, why would you settle for RegCure?
Does a fine job of fixing Windows problems and optimizing the registry, but PC Health Advisor does a whole lot more.
Requirements: Windows® 8 (64-bit & 32-bit), 7 (64-bit & 32-bit), Vista, XP, ME, 2000 or 98SE (all 32-bit).