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Here Is Why You Should Update to Reg Organizer 7.80

The new version of Reg Organizer 7.80 offers a lot of improvements including more efficient work with the autostart manager and more precise application removal. Plus, with the new version you can remove more unnecessary information during cleanup of the system.

How To Eliminate Traces of Previously Uninstalled Programs Using Reg Organizer 7.60

Meet the new version of the system utility Reg Organizer 7.60, featuring a whole new function to detect traces of previously uninstalled programs. Recently this function was embedded into the Soft Organizer application removal tool, and now it is also available in Reg Organizer.

Faster, Handier, More Efficient. Changes in Reg Organizer 7.50.

The new version of Reg Organizer 7.50 has been released and is ready to deliver even more efficient cleaning of Microsoft Windows from unnecessary and cluttering information and thus speeding up the system and boot up.

Reg Organizer 7.40 Triples Installation Tracking Speed

The new version of Reg Organizer 7.40 receives an update to its algorithm that allows it to speed up installation change tracking while installing applications up to 3 times faster than before.

How to Fix the Windows 10 Start Menu in 1 Click with Reg Organizer 7.36

The popularity of Windows 10 is not very high, but it already beat that of Windows XP. It stands in the second place for now, just behind Windows 7. Windows 10 also has some problems that can annoy users, just like any other software product. One of them is the Start menu error when the menu stops opening.

Controlling Windows Startup in the New Reg Organizer 7.35

A new version (7.35) of Reg Organizer, a set of tools to configure and optimize Windows from XP to 10, has been released. The program includes a complete software uninstaller, an advanced startup manager, system cleaning tools, an advanced registry editor, and a system tweaker, as well as other useful tools. The new version introduces the improved startup manager.

Support for Google Chrome in Reg Organizer 7.30 and More

New Reg Organizer 7.30, servicing software for Windows operating systems, has been released. The new version introduces improved disk clean up function supplemented by cleaning of Google Chrome, Yandex.Browser, and Chromium browser data. The algorithm to detect and remove leftovers of apps has also been improved. Read more to learn all the details and download the updated version Reg Organizer 7.30.

What Reg Organizer Has To Do with Google Chrome in the New Year

A lot of new interesting things happened last year. But even more is coming. On behalf of Chemtable Software we wish you Happy New Year! We wish good health to you and your computers alike. We are glad to have you stay with us in 2016, and we hope to bring in more fun new features in our products. As a final note for 2015, we would like to present Reg Organizer 7.30 beta, featuring support for Chrome, Chromium, and Yandex.Browser clean up (a part of the disk cleanup tool).

How to Remove Traces of Previously Uninstalled Programs

If you already use application uninstalling tools, you probably know that many programs after being uninstalled leave their settings and temporary files on the computer. The main reason for that is to allow you to continue using these programs if you install them again. To solve the problem, we created our unique analysis algorithm Full Uninstall that analyzes all the data associated with the uninstalled program and searches for all residues (traces) to remove them later. The process takes place whenever you uninstall an application using Reg Organizer or Soft Organizer. But what about residues of programs uninstalled without Reg Organizer or Soft Organizer? We came up with a solution here too.

How To Free Up a Lot of Space after Upgrading to Windows 10 with Reg Organizer 7.20

Some users have already upgraded to the new Windows 10. At the same time, the previous version of the OS is securely backed up in a separate folder (in case you want to roll back things and return to the previous version). This folder takes a serious amount of space, 25-30 GB on average. If you plan to use the new version of the OS further and don’t want to go back to any previous OS you had, you may want to use the updated Reg Organizer 7.20 to properly remove the previous Windows version and all temporary setup files of the new one.