Final Version of Reg Organizer 6.0 and Some History
The very first version of Reg Organizer was released in 2001. At that time, it was only capable of changing a few registry settings in certain registry nodes (in fact, that was the very first version of the function now called “Important registry nodes”) and had the “Registry Editor” with some advanced capabilities.
Upon the release of the second version of Reg Organizer, the tool already had multiple useful instruments, such as “Registry cleaner”, “Age system”, “File cleaner”, and many others, and had gained decent popularity among advanced users. The second version also implemented the uninstall function that allowed users to track changes prior to and after installing an application and then reverse the changes later.
In the third version, Reg Organizer added many improvements to existing functions and became much more efficient and convenient to work with. And in 2006, the fourth version of Reg Organizer was released benefiting the “Registry optimization” function and numerous changes and improvements. 2009 was the year of the fifth version. It featured the new express check function that allowed users to quickly evaluate system status upon launching the program. Additionally, massive amounts of changes in other functions were made, and the support for x64 systems was first introduced by popular demand.
And now at the beginning of 2013, we are glad to release the final version of Reg Organizer 6.0, that steps forward again making registry work simpler, more comfortable, and convenient. We devoted several articles to novelties of this version, each telling about a certain new function in great detail.
The title characters of the sixth version of Reg Organizer are “Fine Tuning”, “Registry editor”, and the brand new “Change Undo Center” – plus the support for Windows 8. Also the program’s icon, boxshot, and overall exterior have been updated.
The final version of Reg Organizer 6.0 is already available for download and in the automatic updates. You can download it with the following link:
Jan 22, 2013 (updated: Feb 18, 2020), Chemtable Software
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