Eusing Free Registry Cleaner 3.5

Eusing Free Registry Cleaner is a free registry repair software that allows you to safely clean and repair registry problems with a few simple mouse clicks. Eusing Free Registry Cleaner will scans your Windows registry for invalid or obsolete information and provide a list of the errors found. After fixing the invalid entries, your system will be more stable and run faster. For maximum safety, Eusing Free Registry Cleaner will make a backup of the repaired entries. You will be able to restore any changes made using the software by choosing Restore registry backup. Eusing Software products are free of spyware and adware.

Key Features:

  • Safely scan your entire Windows registry for invalid or obsolete information
  • A simple, user-friendly interface with which you can safely repair invalid entries in your Windows Registry
  • Make your computer faster by cleaning your Windows registry
  • Improve your Windows PC’s overall performance and stability
  • Find Windows Registry keys left over from deleted files or uninstalled applications
  • The automatic backup creation of the repaired registry entries
  • 100% Spyware FREE, DOES NOT contain any Spyware, Adware or Viruses

What's new in this version:

  • Added some ignore keys.
  • Improve 'Software Locations' registry cleaning.
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements.

Download: Eusing Free Registry Cleaner 3.5 | 960 KB (Freeware)
View: Eusing Home Page | Changelog

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These "registry cleaners" are all pretty much a waste of time for end users. I'm sure writing such a tool is a great exercise to learn about the registry inside out for the developer who wrote it, but that's all it reality, it won't make any measurable difference either in disk usage, or performance.

Any script kiddie could write a script to write gigabytes worth of crap to the registry. There isn't a single registry cleaner in the world that will know what it's for, and just leave it there. The amount of data that a registry cleaner *can* safely remove (in the true sense of the word, not a guess) is trivial--it's beyond a rounding error; you'd have a hard time measuring a difference.

And if a registry cleaner *does* delete that crap data I mentioned, then it's deleting stuff without knowing what it's used for (!!)...I certainly wouldn't take a chance letting such a program loose on any system I use, even if it has all the recovery options in the world.

There is no such thing as "registry maintenance best practices". Leaving the registry alone is the best advice anyone can give.

"Make your computer faster by cleaning your Windows registry"
"Improve your Windows PC's overall performance and stability"

No and no. "Cleaning" your registry doesn't really do anything.

Depends on how you use the system.
Windows 7 and 8 (and to much lesser extent Vista) optimize with idle time.
I know people who actively use their system 90%+ of the time, giving no or very little time for Windows to optimize itself. Which includes keeping the registry clean.
Manual cleaning can still help on Windows machines that rarely idle.