While it's not quite the “catastrophe” that one major game designer said it would be, Microsoft's latest update to its popular operating system has left more than a few people scratching their heads.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 01, 2013
Windows 8 has finally been unleashed on the world—and with it, Windows 8 problems. While it's not quite the “catastrophe” that one major game designer said it would be, Microsoft's latest update to its popular operating system has left more than a few people scratching their heads. In some cases, the upgrade has even left their computers useless! That's why certified Microsoft Partner PC HealthBoost Software has updated its top registry cleaner software to be compatible with Windows 8.
If PC HealthBoost works for Windows 8 like it has for previous versions of Windows, it will save frustrated users from the significant investment of a new computer. (The software's site includes testimonials from owners who were about to throw their computers away before they tried the software as a last-ditch effort.)
The new Windows 8 layout has been confusing enough for most PC owners. But even once they learn their way around the new Windows interface, problems may lurk beneath the surface.
That, in part, is because of the bugs and glitches inherent in any new software. The bugs don't have to just be with Windows 8—they are sometimes in old software that has been “cannibalized” to work with the new operating system, or with hardware whose drivers don't work with the update.
All of these problems—and more—can clutter and confuse the Windows 8 registry; problems just snowball from there.
But how can computer owner know if they are having Windows 8 registry problems? Some of the signs include:
Computer running slow
Computer slow to start
Slow software performance
Unexpected Windows Errors
Inability to Add or Remove Programs, Software, & Hardware
“Blue Screen of Death” and Similar Catastrophic Errors
Even for computers that don't have noticeable problems yet, PC HealthBoost is designed to speed any PC. It's also designed to constantly clean the Windows registry, so that the above problems rarely (if ever) become an issue.
To find out more, visit http://PCHealthBoost.com. We are always looking for advertising and partnership opportunities and anyone wanting to meet with us may contact Erin or call us at 617.444.9381
Boost Software, INC
Erin Walsh, Director of Public Relations
75 Arlington St. Suite 500
Boston, MA 02116