Software Industry Reports are helping consumers buy software to help, not further hinder, their computers
(Vocus/PRWEB) April 19, 2011
Software Industry Report (SIR) announces Registry Cleaner Reports. A registry cleaner is a type of software that in theory should remove unwanted or unused items from Windows operating systems. Such items may include information left by software that has not been uninstalled completely form the computer, information that has not been recently used as well as settings that may allow malware to operate, according to Wikipedia.org.
The biggest concern for PC users is that malware and spyware is often disguised as a registry cleaner, potentially endangering a computer’s safety rather than securing it. “We realized there was a need for information regarding the registry cleaner programs out there,” says Carl D. Haugen III of SIR. “Consumers need a trusted place to go so they download software that will help relieve a problem instead of exacerbate it.”
Latest software reports include Ace Registry Clear, RegClean, ID Registry Cleaner, Abexo Registry Cleaner, Active Registry Monitor, Avs Registry Cleaner, Regzooka and more. Reports are formatted in easy-to-read layman’s terms. Below each article, software is rated by the Editors as to their top choices. A star rating is given regarding ease of use, speed, errors fixed, effectiveness, feature, user interface, technical support and reports. They offer a quick link to the product’s site, a free computer scan and features offered by each program.
Software Industry Report is the result of six computer repair technicians teaming up to find the best software that meets the tough testing of pc geeks combined with the ease of use for normal computer users. In 2008 their testing group expanded worldwide including computer techs and regular PC users. For over 20 years, SIR has been making recommendations to customers. Software Review Magazine offers the latest in-depth research regarding software purchases.
Contact: Ken Smith
Company: Software Industry Report
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