Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Software developers Amit Mehta and Peter Dunbar have released a registry cleaner that has received rave reviews from nearly all of their customers. The duo decided to create PC HealthBoost (http://www.pchealthboost.com) because of what they saw as poor offerings in the market: few registry cleaners really did what they were supposed to.
Those that did, sometimes did the wrong thing and wrecked consumers' Windows operating systems—then failed to offer adequate support. Mehta and Dunbar built PC HealthBoost to be different.
“We developed PC HealthBoost for over 3 years before we felt confident that this is truly as good as it gets,” says Dunbar. “This is a quality program that will save a lot of people a lot of trouble. We're proud to have our names attached to it.”
PC HealthBoost Software Endorsements
PC HealthBoost is endorsed by software review site TuCows, and carries its “5 Cows” award (http://www.tucows.com/preview/1475930), the highest given by TuCows. It has passed the rigors of McAfee and Norton Antivirus testing, and has been certified McAfee Secured (https://www.mcafeesecure.com/RatingVerify?ref=pchealthboost.com) and Norton Secured (http://safeweb.norton.com/report/show?url=pchealthboost.com). This PC optimization software has also undergone the intensive screening from StopTheHacker, which scans and screens the software on a daily basis.
Boost Software is also a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business (http://www.bbb.org/boston/business-reviews/computer-software-publishers-and-developers/boost-software-inc-in-boston-ma-121711/) with an “A-” rating. According to the Better Business Bureau report on PC HealthBoost, “BBB has determined that Boost Software Inc. meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints.”
But what exactly does PC HealthBoost do? It is designed to speed up PCs by cleaning and maintaining a vital part of the Windows operating system: the registry. The registry is where all tasks are assigned and delegated, making it the “switchboard” of the Windows OS.
PC HealthBoost Testimonials
Some customers have also reported that PC HealthBoost has saved them from having to buy a new computer entirely. How does the software do this?
To understand that, it helps to know a little bit about how the Windows registry can be damaged. Programs like viruses, Trojan horses, and adware insinuate their own code into a computer's registry, while often deleting other important code (especially those related to security and startup functions).
“I ran into a problem due to malware [malicious software such as viruses, spyware, or Trojan horses] on my system,” said Kathleen Novotny of Wisconson, a PC HealthBoost customer. “Your tech, Chris, did everything in his power to get me up and running. Since we were able to get past the errors this PC is faster and better than when it was new. Thank you all.”
This means that even when users clear off viruses with the help of antivirus programs, the foundation of Windows still remains damaged. This damage is often left uncorrected by antivirus software.
But a computer doesn't need to have been damaged by malicious programs in order to suffer from registry errors. Over time, the registry becomes cluttered through regular computer use, slowing the computer down.
This is why PCs and laptops often take longer to start up, and become slower with time. It's also the reason that Microsoft recommends users uninstall and re-install Windows on a periodic basis—something that nobody really wants to do.
“My computer is running faster and I notice that there have not been any freezes or lock-ups where I have to turn the computer off and back on again,” said Richard Peterson of OK in an unsolicited testimonial. “My computer is running almost like it did when it was new 6 years ago.”
PC HealthBoost was created so that users don't have to re-install Windows or worry about malicious code left by viruses. It works by clearing clutter and malicious code from the registry, while adding and replacing vital entries that may be missing.
The software also gives users more control about what programs begin running when their computer starts up, as well as which programs run in the background.
About Boost Software
Boost Software was founded by Amit Mehta, who took his degree in theoretical physics. Before developing his own software, he worked for MIT Lincoln Lab, which researches advanced technology for national security. He and his partner, programming expert Peter Dunbar, created the software over the course of three years, releasing it in early 2012.
To learn more about PC HealthBoost PC optimization software, visit http://www.PCHealthBoost.com.