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Reg Organizer 7.51 - What's New

Postby Anton Maksimov » Fri Nov 08, 2013 12:22 pm

The new Reg Organizer has been released.

Download Reg Organizer 7.51

What's new in 7.51 (September 19, 2016):

* Bug fixed: On some systems running Windows 10 if the system
startup optimization is enabled, the turning off of the computer
could take more time than usually.

What's new in 7.50 (September 12, 2016):

* Disk Cleanup tool: Cleaning up the Programs Crash Dumps and Programs
Error reports sections now often allows you to free more disk space.
Scanning the section System Activity Logs is now performed more quickly.

* Yandex.Browser cleanup: The 2 new parts for cleaning this browser's
data and cookies have been added to the disk cleanup.

* Applications Uninstaller tool: Now the size of the applications is
displayed, and there is an ability to sort by size.

* The 2 new options for Windows 10 have been added to the Tweaks tool:
"More compact system notifications area" and "Do not show the OneDrive
icon in Explorer".

* Bug fixed: When uninstalling a traced application, if the tracing data
had contained the created registry values, they have not been removed.

What's new in 7.40 (July 28, 2016):

* Registry Snapshots tool: The progress goes smoother when comparing the
registry snapshot with the current registry.

* The procedure of installing an application with tracing has been greatly
accelerated.

* Registry Snapshots tool: Creating the snapshot is now quicker; some
changes to the interface.

* Fixed bug: The applications uninstalling function: Reg Organizer could
crash if you switch the uninstall of an application to the quick mode
(without searching for traces).

What's new in 7.36 (June 1, 2016):

* A new tweak has been added which allows to correct the Start Menu under
Windows 10. It is the quite a common problem under this system that the
Start Menu stops to open and this new tweak allows to fix it. The tweak
is added to the Miscellaneous section.

* Improved support of multi-monitor systems.

* Express check and some other program's parts are working slightly faster.

* The Settings window now appears quicker. Settings saving by pressing OK
in this window have been also accelerated.

* Bugs fixed:

1) The Applications Uninstaller tool: when searching for the applications'
traces in the system the superfluous "?" characters might be presented
in the paths.

2) Disk Cleanup: Checking parts flickering when hovering on them.

3) Installing applications with tracing does not work if the system
temporary folder has been located not on the system drive.

4) A superfluous scroll bar could appear in the scanning parts list of
the disk cleanup tool.

5) If running on the systems with the large system font the disk cleanup
parts list could have the insufficient height.

What's new in 7.36 beta 2 (May 27, 2016):

* Express check and some other program's parts are working slightly faster.

* The Settings window now appears quicker. Settings saving by pressing OK
in this window have been also accelerated.

* Bugs fixed:

1) A superfluous scroll bar could appear in the scanning parts list of
the disk cleanup tool.

2) If running on the systems with the large system font the disk cleanup
parts list could have the insufficient height.

What's new in 7.36 beta 1 (May 20, 2016):

* A new tweak has been added which allows to correct the Start Menu under
Windows 10. It is the quite a common problem under this system that the
Start Menu stops to open and this new tweak allows to fix it. The tweak
is added to the Miscellaneous section.

* Improved support of multi-monitor systems.

* Bugs fixed:

1) The Applications Uninstaller tool: when searching for the applications'
traces in the system the superfluous "?" characters might be presented
in the paths.

2) Disk Cleanup: Checking parts flickering when hovering on them.

3) Installing applications with tracing does not work if the system
temporary folder has been located not on the system drive.

What's new in 7.35 (April 1, 2016):

* Startup Applications tool:

1) The applications which has a big impact on the startup
are marked in the list with the arrow (available in
Windows 10/8).

2) Now it is possible to restore using the Undoing Changes
Center the startup entries you ever removed. With it it
is also easy to cancel the performed optimizations of
the startup entries in case this is necessary.

* A lot of minor usability improvements.

* The Portable version: The enabled parts of the Disk Cleanup tool
are now the same for the every system on which the program is
running. Earlier, the each system had its own set of the enabled
parts.

* Bug fixed: If larger system fonts are enabled in Windows 10/8.1,
the program's windows were blurred.

* Fixed bugs:

1) Some dialog windows were too big and could not even fit on
the screen.

2) Sudden progress bar position leap after scanning the Shared
Libraries part in the registry cleanup tool.

What's new in 7.35 beta 2 (March 28, 2016):

* Fixed bugs:

1) Some dialog windows were too big and could not even fit on
the screen.

2) Sudden progress bar position leap after scanning the Shared
Libraries part in the registry cleanup tool.

What's new in 7.35 beta 1 (March 21, 2016):

* Startup Applications tool:

1) The applications which has a big impact on the startup
are marked in the list with the arrow (available in
Windows 10/8).

2) Now it is possible to restore using the Undoing Changes
Center the startup entries you ever removed. With it it
is also easy to cancel the performed optimizations of
the startup entries in case this is necessary.

* A lot of minor usability improvements.

* The Portable version: The enabled parts of the Disk Cleanup tool
are now the same for the every system on which the program is
running. Earlier, the each system had its own set of the enabled
parts.

* Bug fixed: If larger system fonts are enabled in Windows 10/8.1,
the program's windows were blurred.

What's new in 7.30 (February 1, 2016):

* Ability to clean the browsers history, cache, cookies, session
information and other data, and to compress the database. Currently
supported browsers are Google Chrome, Chromium, and Yandex.

* Applications Uninstaller: Update of the applications traces in the
system lookup algorithm.

* Registry Cleanup: The program will now automatically add the
entries which have not been removed to the ignore list.

* Disk Cleanup: Faster found items list display for the parts where
a large number of items was found.

* Adding sites to the ignore list is now supported. It is useful for
excluding any sites during the browsers' cleanup.

* Fixed bugs:

1) In Registry Editor, after updating the registry tree
using F5, the newly added keys were not listed in
alphabetical order.

2) Applications Uninstaller: In some cases, flickering could be
seen during the uninstalling of an application when the traces
search in the system was being performed.

3) The Save List As... command in the context menu of the registry
search results list did not work.

4) When uninstalling Windows 10/8 apps (universal apps) the
uninstall stage was not shown in the top of the window.

5) In the Applications Uninstaller tool, for some universal apps
(also known as Windows Store apps) the icons were not
displayed.

What's new in 7.30 beta 3 (January 20, 2016):

* Bugs fixed:

1) Unusual view of the checkmarks in the Disk Cleanup results
window when working under Windows 7 or XP.

2) In the Applications Uninstaller tool, for some universal apps
(also known as Windows Store apps) the icons have not been
displayed.

What's new in 7.30 beta 2 (January 13, 2016):

* Ability to remove the Google Chrome/Chromium/Yandex Browser session
information has been added to the disk cleanup.

* Disk Cleanup: Faster found items list display for the parts where
a large number of items was found.

* Adding sites to the ignore list is now supported. It is useful for
excluding any sites during the browsers cleanup.

* Bugs fixed:

1) Sometimes after running the Google Chrome history and cache
scan this process was launched with the 10-20 seconds delay
which looked like a program hangup.

2) Cleaning the Google Chrome Cookies and Sites Data part could
result in resetting of some extensions' options to defaults.

What's new in 7.30 beta (December 30, 2015):

* Ability to clean the browsers history, cache, cookies and other data,
compress the database. Currently supported browsers are Google Chrome,
Chromium and Yandex.

* Applications Uninstaller: Update of the applications traces in the
system lookup algorithm.

* Registry Cleanup: The program will now automatically add the the
entries which have not been removed to the ignore list.

* Fixed bugs:

1) In Registry Editor after updating the registry tree
by F5 the newly added keys was located not according to the
alphabetical order.

2) Applications Uninstaller: In some cases, flickering could be
seen during the uninstalling of an application when the traces
search in the system was being performed.

3) The Save List As... command in the context menu of the registry
search results list does not work.

4) When uninstalling Windows 10/8 apps (universal apps) the
uninstall stage have not beend shown in the top of the window.
What's new in 7.20 (August 28, 2015):

* The ability to remove files left after upgrade to Windows 10.
The files from the previous version of Windows, as well as ones
used during the upgrade to Windows 10 will be removed. This
operation frees up about 25-30 GB on the disk, but takes a long
time, and is therefore disabled by default. To enable it, go to the Main
menu -> Commands -> Settings..., then in the tree-like list
in the left part of the window select Disk Cleanup -> Disk
Locations to Scan, check the item titled "Old Windows version"
and click OK. Now the disk cleanup will clear the files left
after switching to Windows 10, if they are present in your system.

* If the system is installed on the solid-state drive (SSD), the
registry files defragmentation is not performed during the registry
optimization. Only the compression is performed, which eliminates
areas with already removed data in the registry files.

* When opening the registry cleanup tool the scanning starts
automatically.

* Fixed bug: It was not possible to close the registry cleanup
window during the scan using the cross in the window's corner.

What's new in 7.16 (August 17, 2015):

* Support of users translations of the program into the other
languages. If you want to translate Reg Organizer into
the another language, please visit http://langs.chemtable-cloud.com.

* 3 new tweaks for Windows 10 were added.

* Improved Windows 10 support in the Applications Uninstaller tool.

* Registry search results list: It is now possible to select multiple
entries using the Ctrl and Shift keys in combination with the left
mouse button.

* Bug fixed: The program could freeze for several minutes when removing
a Windows 10/8 application.



What's new in 7.15 (July 13, 2015):

* Now it is possible to completely uninstall any application
directly from the Windows shell without the need to first
launch Reg Organizer. Here is how to do this:

1) If there is a shortcut of the application you want to
uninstall on the Desktop, drag it to Reg Organizer's
shortcut to begin uninstalling.

OR

2) Right click on the application you want to uninstall and
choose the command titled Uninstall completely with Reg
Organizer.

* The Startup Applications tool: The automatically started
Windows services are also shown in the list by default.
Previously, to view them it was necessary to change the option.

* In the settings, the combined option for the shell integration
has replaced the several ones for various types of
integrations.

* Portable version: An option was added allowing the user to disable the
program's startup splash screen.

* Disk Cleanup: After removing files from the Recycle Bin, its
icon doesn't change the state indicating that the Recycle Bin
is not empty.

* Bugs fixed:

1) The registry files (.reg) could not be opened if they were
created by copying and pasting the text in Notepad or
similar text editor.

2) If System Express Check was disabled, when opening the
program, a tool could be opened which was different
from the one used before closing the program.

3) An an error message was shown by Reg Organizer after
using the reg file data from the Registry removing command.

4) Not all matched files could be found according to the
specified useless files masks during the disk cleanup.

What's new in 7.15 beta 2 (July 3, 2015):

* The algorithm of context application removal (via the Desktop
shortcut) has been improved.

* The Startup Applications tool: The automatically started
Windows services are also shown in the list by default.
Previously, to view them it was necessary to change the option.

* Bug fixed: Not all matched files could be found according
to the specified useless files masks during the disk cleanup.

What's new in 7.15 beta (June 28, 2015):

* Now it is possible to completely uninstall any application
directly from the Windows shell without the need to first
launch Reg Organizer. Here is how to do this:

1) If there is a shortcut of the application you want to
uninstall on the Desktop, drag it to Reg Organizer's
shortcut to begin uninstalling.

OR

2) Right click on the application you want to uninstall and
choose the command titled Uninstall with Reg Organizer.

* In the settings, the combined option for the shell integration
has replaced the several ones for various types of
integrations.

* Portable version: An option was added allowing the user to disable the
program's startup splash screen.

* Disk Cleanup: After removing files from the Recycle Bin, its
icon doesn't change the state indicating that the Recycle Bin
is not empty.

* Bugs fixed:

1) The registry files (.reg) could not be opened if they were
created by copying and pasting the text in Notepad or
similar text editor.

2) If System Express Check was disabled, when opening the
program, a tool could be opened which was different
from the one used before closing the program.

3) An an error message was shown by Reg Organizer after
using the reg file data from the Registry removing command.

What's new in 7.12 (May 12, 2015):

* A Reg Organizer icon added to its Explorer context menu
command for running an application with tracing.

* The problem with the application's digital signature has
been fixed.

* The registry cleanup function ignore list update.

What's new in 7.11:

* The applications uninstalling function: stability improved.

* Bugs fixed: If you click on an already selected item in the
left-hand panel and then spin the mouse wheel, the buttons
will move up or down leaving extra free space in the panel.

What's new in 7.10:

* The Application Uninstaller tool: The new type of applications
for Windows 8/8.1/10 (Windows Store applications) is supported.

* The Startup Applications tool:

1) Support of the new startup locations: Services and
Drivers. Reg Organizer allows to to configure the
delayed launch of the applications from these
locations as for other startup applications.

2) When displaying entries which are calling the
third-party code by way of using the rundll32.exe
program, the information about the actually called
module is shown instead of rundll32.exe.

3) A command for removing the selected entry has been
added to the startup items list.

* Disk Cleanup: If you want to specify the custom file masks
to be removed during the disk cleanup (via Main Menu ->
Commands -> Settings... -> Disk Cleanup -> Custom Files),
now it is not necesary to add every mask separately.
Just add them in one line, for example: "*.tmp *.temp".

* Bugs fixed:

1) If you try to reboot the computer without closing
Reg Organizer, a message was shown that latter does
not allow to end the session.

2) Registry editor: The unusual registry string values
that does not have the the null terminating character,
could be displayed with the superfluous, "garbage"
characters at the end.

What's new in 7.0:

* The program's user interface has been updated.

* Startup applications optimization. Reg Organizer
may speed up your computer boot time by delaying
specific applications which are registered for
automatic starting along with the system. These
are programs that are not necessary right after
the system has loaded.

* The disk cleanup tool has been completely remastered.
Improvements:

1) The tool is now able to find more unneeded files
and invalid shortcuts on the disks.

2) It works more quickly.

3) The ability has been added to specify the custom
folders and the file masks for cleaning them. (The
Clean Folders function from the previous versions
was able only to purge the specified folders
completely.)

* The Important Registry Parts tool: You now have the ability to select
several entries at once. Also a new command was added to
the context menu allowing you to turn all selected items into
checked.

* An option was added to Settings allowing you to disable the
splash screen on program start.

* Bug fixed: Some interface parts of the Startup tools could
be displayed incorrectly when working under the Classic
Windows interface theme.
What's new in 7.0 beta 4:

* Changes and improvements to the graphical interface.

What's new in 7.0 beta 3:

* Some grahpical interface elements have been changed.

* The Disk Cleanup tool:

1) When adding a custom folder for its cleanup now
it is possible to specify that only the files in
this folder should be removed excluding the
child folders of the added folder.

2) Bug fixed: The folders sizes have not been
displayed in the items to remove window.

* Some user interface icons have been updated.
What's new in 7.0 beta 2:

* Startup applications optimization. Reg Organizer
may speed up your computer boot by delaying the
applications which are registered for automatic
starting along with the system, however mostly they
are not necessary right after the system has loaded.

* The disk cleanup tool has been completely remastered.
Improvements:

1) The tool is now able to find more unneeded files
and invalid shortcuts on the disks.

2) Works quicker.

3) The ability has been added to specify the custom
folders and the file masks for cleaning them. (The
Clean Folders function from the previous versions
was able only to purge the specified folders
completely.)

* The Important Registry Parts tool: the ability to select
several entries at once. Also a new command was added to
the context menu allowing to turn all selected items into
checked.

* An option was added to Settings allowing to disable the
splash screen on program start.

* Change since the 7.0 beta 1 version: a command for
showing the Ignore List was added to the Disk Cleanup
results window context menu.

* Bugs fixed (including corrections to version 7.0 beta 1):

1) Some interface parts of the Startup tools could be
displayed incorrectly when working under the Classic
Windows interface theme.

2) After switching to Express Check from the final step
of the Disk Cleanup tool some information could be
not displayed.

3) Error when trying to use the Windows Explorer context
menu command "Install with tracing in Reg Organizer".

4) Saving the disk cleanup results to the text file does
not work.

What's new in 6.60:

* The Startup Applications tool:

1) The percent of users who delayed and disabled a startup
application is now shown for each application in the
list.

2) The context menu commands which allows you to delay and
temporary disable a startup item have been added to
the context menu.

3) The removed startup applications for which the
automatic launch was recently blocked are displayed now
in the interface.

4) A more reliable working of the tool with regard to
delaying and disabling the startup applications.

* Registry Editor:

1) Ability to create and edit the REG_QWORD values. This
registry type represents the 64-bit integer values.

2) Bug fixed: When editing the numeric value, the backspace
key allowing you to delete the previous character does not
work.

What's new in 6.55:

* The Application Uninstaller tool:

1) When removing the application traces now, a backup is
created in the Undoing Change Center. This makes it easy
to recover the deleted application traces if, for example, you
removed the program's traces and whereupon decided that you
wish to continue using it.

2) Uninstalling applications is faster due to the fact that
the system restore point is not created now before the
application's traces removal. (The quickly-working Undoing
Changes Center is now used instead to provide the ability
to rollback the traces removal.)

3) High CPU resources consumption eliminated during the work
of the standard uninstaller when removing an application.

* The Tweaks tool: A tweak was added: "Do not show the Windows lock
screen upon system load".

* The Registry Optimization tool: a problem was fixed after
the optimization when the Hidden attribute was taken off
from the files where the registry is stored. This led to
the fact that the files of the registry become visible
in Explorer with the standard settings.

* Rarely used options have been removed from the program settings.

What's new in 6.55 beta 3:

* The Registry Optimization tool: a problem fixed after the
optimization when the Hidden attribute was taken off from
the files where the registry is stored. This led to the
fact that the files of the registry become visible in
Explorer with the standard settings.

What's new in 6.55 beta 2:

* Application Uninstaller: High CPU resources consumption
eliminated during the work of the standard uninstaller when
removing an application.

What's new in 6.55 beta 1:

* The Application Uninstaller tool:

1) When removing the application traces now the backup is
created in the Undoing Change Center. This makes it easy
to recover the deleted application traces in case of
necessary, for example, if you removed the program's
traces, whereupon decided that you wish to continue using
it.

2) Uninstalling applications is faster due to the fact that
the system restore point is not created now before the
application's traces removal. (The quickly working Undoing
changes center is now used instead to provide the ability
to rollback the traces removal).

* The Tweaks tool: A tweak was added: "Do not show Windows lock
screen upon system load".

* The rarely used options have been removed from the program settings.

What's new in 6.50:

* A new Startup Applications tool has been added. It accumulates the
functionality that was previously in one of the Important Registry
Parts sections and also includes the following improvements:

1) Now every one of the most applications automatically started
after system load can be delayed by specifying an any period
of time after which it will be launched. The delaying of
the applications which are not necessary immediately after the
system load allows you to accelerate its being brought to a working
state; that is, when there is no more latency in the system's user
interface.

2) Building the startup applications loading order by using the
delaying function.

3) Displaying the system load speed graph.

4) More startup applications now displayed.

5) Protecting the status of the delayed, disabled, and removed startup
entries and restoring it in the event the status was changed
by the parent program.

6) Easily changing several entries at once, if necessary.

7) A context menu command allowing you to move to the startup
entry in the system (for example, open the registry key
containing the startup entry).

8) Extracting the startup application’s information from the
digital signature, if available for an application.

* The Tweaks tool:

1) The System Load and Unload Speed-Up quick tune-up group
has been supplemented by a new tweak. Enabling it boosts
the system load by reducing the startup applications
priority on a number of occasions.

2) A tweak was added: "Disable the shutdown button on the
Start Screen (Windows 8.1 Update 1 or higher)".

* If the installer execution tracking agent is enabled, it
gets loaded with a 1 minute delay after logging in to
the system. (Previously this used to occur immediately after
logging in.) This was done to boost the system's moving
into the fully working condition by reducing the number
of processes executed simultaneously just after the system
has loaded.

* In the Important Registry Parts tool, the most frequently used
parts are now located in the beginning of the list.

* Bug fixed: When changing the size of the Tweaks window, the
entry lists within it weren’t resized.

What's new in 6.50 beta 3:

* If the installer execution tracking agent is enabled it
get loaded with the 1 minute delay after logging in to
the system (previously this used to occur immediately after
logging in). This was done to boost the system's putting
into the fully working condition by reducing the number
of processes executed simultaneously just after the system
has loaded.

* Bugs fixed in the Startup Applications tool:

1) Some interface parts does not displayed correctly under
the Classic Windows theme.

2) After delaying some programs a superfluous window might
occur on their loading after logging to the system.

What's new in 6.50 beta 2:

* The Startup Applications tool:

1) Adding the startup entries.

2) Applications recently added to the startup are displayed in
the separate group.

3) The Search Internet context menu command helps to evaluate
whether a startup entry which you know nothing about
belongs to the malicious software.

4) A context menu command allowing to move to the startup
entry in the system (for example, open the registry key
containing the startup entry).

5) The startup applications list supports sort by the delay
time ascending.

* The Tweaks tool:

1) The System Load and Unload Speed-Up quick tune-up group
has been supplemented by a new tweak. Enabling it boosts
the system load by reducing the startup applications
priority on a number of occasions.

2) A tweak added: "Disable the shutdown button on the
Start Screen (Windows 8.1 Update 1 or higher)".

* Bugs fixed:

1) Startup Applications tool: For some types of entries it
was not possible to perform the removal undoing.

2) When changing the size of the Tweaks window the entry
lists within it haven't been resized.

What's new in 6.50 beta 1:

* A new Startup Applications tool has been added. It accumulates the
functionality that was previously in the one of the Important
Registry Parts sections and also includes the following improvements:

1) Now every one of the most applications automatically started
after system load can be delayed by specifying an any period
of time after which it will be launched. The delaying of
the applications which are not necessary immediately after the
system load allows to accelerate its bringing to a working
state, i.e. when there is no more latency in the system's user
interface.

2) Building the startup applications loading order by using the
delaying function.

3) Displaying the system load speed graph.

4) More startup applications now displayed.

5) Status protection of the delayed, disabled and removed startup
entries and restoring it in the event of the status was restored
by the parent program.

6) Easy changing several entries at once, if necessary.

7) Extracting the startup applications information from the
digital signature, if available for an application.

* In the Important Registry Parts tool the most frequently used
parts are not located in the beginning of the list.

What's new in 6.35:

* The Application Uninstaller tool:

1) The application icons in the tabled view
became larger and rendered better (under
Windows Vista or higher).

2) Increased accuracy of the application
installing with tracing function. In some
cases the superfluous registry might have
been added to the applications traces.

What's new in 6.34:

* The Application Uninstaller tool:

1) The Installer Execution Tracking Agent has been
updated to eliminate the false operations.

2) Bug fixed: In some cases the superfluous folders were
added to the applications traces.

What's new in 6.33:

* The Application Uninstaller tool. Bug fixed: In some cases
the superfluous registry entries had been added to the
applications traces.

What's new in 6.32:

* The Application Uninstaller tool:

1) Improved the accuracy of the installing applications
with tracing function, so that the system changes
which do not apply to the application being
installed will not be registered.

2) Interface improvement: The Notation Conventions
window's height was increased which removes the vertical
scroll bar.

* Bug fixed: The column might disappear from the applications
list in case of the repeated opening of the Application
Uninstaller tool window.

What's new in 6.31:

* Registry editor fix: Error message occurred when removing
the last registry or registry file value in the list


What's new in 6.30:

* Application Uninstaller:

1) When uninstalling applications that may change the browser
settings, like various browser toolbars, Reg Organizer shows
information about how to return your browser's settings to the
initial state.

2) Reg Organizer is now able to determine the name of the
application installed with tracing even if it does not
register itself in the registry (in the uninstall keys).
For example, such situation may take place for portable
applications. Earlier, by default such applications were
assigned the "Installed Application" name.

3) The Installer Execution Tracking Agent has been improved.

* Registry editor and search functions interface improvements.

* Fixed bugs:

1) When running under the 64-bit system, in the Startup Items function
of the Important Registry Parts tool it was not possible to view
the properties or launch the entry if it has been located in the
C:\Windows\System32 folder.

2) When running under the 64-bit system, when running the application's
tracing using the Explorer context menu the program to be traced
have not been launched automatically if located in the
C:\Windows\System32 folder.

3) The "Access violation..." error message might appeat after right
clicking on the Startup Items section entry of the Important Registry
Parts tool.

4) The portable version: After reboot initialized by the Registry
Optimization tool, the program's settings might have not been
saved.

5) The portable version: The "Shut down the computer after the
optimization" option does not work properly in the Registry
optimization tool.

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