Discussion in 'Windows & Other OS Discussion & Support' started by Murdock, Oct 5, 2003.
Is there someone who knows a Registry defragmenter program?
Thanks in advanced
Have you tried RegClean from Microsofts website. I don't know if this actually defrags the registry but it has certainly helped speed up my pc after installing/uninstalling lots of programs.
Thanks for reply...
Yes I have tried regclean , but i'm looking for a registry defragmenter i know such program exist, but i forgotten
the name of the program i saw the existense of this program by warp2search a few monts ago.
I gonna mail them for the name of that program.
keep replying on my question If someone know the name of this program
You might try here if it exists they would have at least a link
NTREGOPT (NT Registry Optimizer) http://home.t-online.de/home/lars.hederer/erunt/
PageDefrag for Windows NT/2K/XP www.sysinternals.com
how about pagedefrag, only 40kb
How about Systemsuite by Vcom. Along with being a all in wonder of great system tools it also has boot defrag and Reg defrag built into it!
The best defragging tool for windows registry is RegCompact . It's freeware , 100KB big and very very efficient.
Supports all windows's.
Too bad it doesn't have a homesite anymore. I still got it for download at Gpure in freeware -> system utilities -> system maintenance : there you'll see it.
hmm , I found it somewhere else too :
EDIT: I see pagedefrag should be good too , but it's only 2K/XP . I use win9x so never heard about it.
Why is a REGISTER defragmenter good for anywasy?
I have no clue what you mean 0_o
Separate names with a comma.