Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

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Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby Anton Maksimov » Thu Jul 21, 2011 11:46 am

The new Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 has been released.

Download Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1

What's new:

Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1
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* Now the registry search feature is built into the Registry Editor. To run
a search, just enter a string into the search field at the top of the
registry editor, and then click the Start Search button. Additional search
options are available in the drop-down menu of this button.

* The program supports automatic update.

* Registry Snapshots tool:

1) The Remove All Snapshots command is added to the context menu.

2) Snapshots are compared by their creation date, rather than the
order they were selected. This means an older snapshot is compared
with a newer one.

* Fixed bugs:

1) Application Uninstaller: Zero-length binary registry values were not
displayed when the user would review changes made to the system by
the installed application.

2) In the Startup Items section of Important Registry Parts, an error
occurred when the user would select an item which is associated
with a relative path with a command line parameter. The error
would display the error message that the system could not find the
specified path.
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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby saad » Tue Aug 16, 2011 5:34 pm

There should be an option to install program for current user account only or for all user accounts when running the installation. Also please provide an option to chose if someone like to create a desktop shortcut.
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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby saad » Tue Aug 16, 2011 5:59 pm

Start Menu shortcut of Reg Organizer.exe needs to be fixed. I am attaching a snapshot of that shortcut.

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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby saad » Tue Aug 16, 2011 7:00 pm

There is a need to improve the scaning of registry section listed here:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Components

I have tried Auslogics Registry Cleaner and Ace Utilities Registry Cleaner, both the programs found few invalid paths in this section where your program didn't detect any invalid paths in this section.
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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby Konstantin Polyakov » Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:41 pm

saad wrote:Start Menu shortcut of Reg Organizer.exe needs to be fixed. I am attaching a snapshot of that shortcut.

Start Menu shortcuts.jpg


It seems that this is the bug of the shell (Windows Explorer), not Reg Organizer, as the shortcut file is absolutely correct. We've already experienced this problem with the shortcuts of other applications.
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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby Konstantin Polyakov » Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:47 pm

saad wrote:There is a need to improve the scaning of registry section listed here:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Components

I have tried Auslogics Registry Cleaner and Ace Utilities Registry Cleaner, both the programs found few invalid paths in this section where your program didn't detect any invalid paths in this section.


Reg Organizer is checking this key during the registry cleanup and able to find invalid entries there.
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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby saad » Fri Aug 26, 2011 8:07 pm

Konstantin Polyakov wrote:
saad wrote:Start Menu shortcut of Reg Organizer.exe needs to be fixed. I am attaching a snapshot of that shortcut.

Start Menu shortcuts.jpg


It seems that this is the bug of the shell (Windows Explorer), not Reg Organizer, as the shortcut file is absolutely correct. We've already experienced this problem with the shortcuts of other applications.


You are right it is not your program.

I installed your program on a Windows 7 32-bit system with 2 user accounts, both with Administrator rights. I also have User Account Control ON. The Start menu shortcut issue was only with the account that I used to install the program. 2nd user account installation was fine, I mean Start menu shortcut was fine.

I uninstalled the program and turned Off UAC. Then I reinstalled your program, everything went fine with both the user accounts.
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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby saad » Fri Aug 26, 2011 8:15 pm

Your program does not defrag and compact SYSTEM hive. I was a registered user of your program in past. I have asked you same question and you said that it is not possible to defrag and compact this hive as it is always in use. I am a registered user of Ace Utilities. It does defrag and compact SYSTEM hive. I have tried Registry First Aid and that does defrag and compact SYSTEM hive. I have tried WinASO RegDefrag and that does defrag and compact this hive.

You should figure out a way to perform that action.
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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby saad » Wed Aug 31, 2011 7:26 am

Your program does not detect empty File Exts. I have Ace Utilities and it finds more errors in registry compare to your program. I am attaching a snaphot of Ace Utilities Registry Cleaner scan. Your program didn't find the errors listed in the snapshot.

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Re: Reg Organizer 5.30 Beta 1 - What's New

Postby Konstantin Polyakov » Tue Sep 13, 2011 12:40 pm

We've tested the defragmentation of the SYSTEM hive and it was not enough stable. We are trying to keep the safeness of our product on the high level.

The same can be said regarding the number of the invalid entries the Registry Cleanup function discovers. Of course, there are aggressive registry cleanup tools on the market. They find a huge number of problems in your registry. But often it is not quite safely to remove all invalid links detected by those programs.
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