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Having a windows registry repair utility is one of the best pieces of software you can get for your computer. We all use the internet, and most likely, spend 2-3 hours on it a day. It is the best invention, thanks to Al Gore, that has taken place in the last 50 years. It is up there with the telephone, and electricity. But with the internet, has come many computer problems. And most of these computer problems can be fixed with a windows registry repair.

The internet allows us to be online and have access to anything. We download music, software, screensavers, desktops, videos, and pictures. We install software, then turn around and uninstall it if we donít like it. All of this is the pro of the internet. But the con part of it is it is leaving computer errors behind.

You might not notice these errors at first. But then you are typing up something and your computer freezes. Oh yeah, you never did save it so it is all lost. Or, you go to open a program, and the computer either goes to the blue screen of death, or just restarts for some unknown reason. All of these errors are caused in the registry files. OK, so now we know where the errors originate from, but what to do next?

There is specific software out there to fix these issues. The software will run a scan of your computer, and look for any errors you may have. Once it finds the errors, it will alert you of the number of errors it has found. You can then tell the software to fix the errors in the registry files, and poof, they are gone. It really is that easy.

Your computer will now be error free. And, just for maintenance, you can run this software on a weekly basis and keep the errors fixed. This will also speed up your computer, and get it back to its normal speed. All of this is done just by using a windows registry repair.

Michael Baker is a Computer Optimization Technician, and recommends getting a Free Computer Scan to fix any problems such as computers freezing, locking up, restarting for no reason, and getting the blue death screen.