For this post, I am going to go ahead and do a Registry Kit Review. Registry Kit appears to be a new registry cleaner that was just released. From looking at the website, Registry Kit looks very impressive. So I figured I would go ahead and try it out.
First off, I will say that the Registry Kit download was very quick and the installation was just as quick. Even if you are on dial-up, it shouldn't take long to download Registry Kit.
Anyway, I'm now looking at the Registry Kit main window. I'm pretty impressed looking at the main program and looking at all the features Registry Kit. It isn't just a Registry Cleaner, Registry Kit appears to be a full system optimization program.
Some of the features that I notice besides the Registry Cleaner include a Registry Defrag, Secure File Shredder, Startup Manager, History Cleaner, Speed Optimizer, Memory Optimizer, IE Plugin Manager, Malicious Program Blocker, and more.
I took a look at the Malicious Program Blocker, because I have never really heard of a feature like that in any registry cleaners that I've tried before. Basically, it's a list of ActiveX Controls you can block that are harmful and may try to install onto your computer through websites. It's basically a way to protect yourself against Spyware. I think that's pretty cool that it's included in a program that's supposed to be a Registry Cleaner.
Anyway... I went ahead and tested out a few of the features of Registry Kit. The Registry cleaner performed fairly well and found a high number of registry errors to fix. The History Cleaner also performed very well and freed up a lot of space. One other feature that also performed very well which I like very much was the Memory Optimizer.
In conclusion, I really like this program. The thing I love most about this program is just how many features and tools there are for keeping your computer up to speed. My favorite tools are the Memory Optimizer, Malicious Program Blocker, History Cleaner, and of course, the Registry Cleaner. Those who are new to computers may also appreciate the Startup Manager, as it makes managing your items that run at startup very easy. Anyway, I highly recommend Registry Kit.
Once more, here is the link to download Registry Kit.