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How to Set Up Scheduled System Checks

February 06, 2024 (updated 3 weeks ago) by Chemtable Software

In the new version of Reg Organizer 9.40, an additional background task has been added, which you can customize to perform scheduled system checks. You can configure it either within the utility using predefined templates (such as on computer startup, daily, every three days, and so on), or by adjusting the task in the Windows Task Scheduler, specifying your own schedule and execution conditions.

Why is This Convenient?

You will no longer need to manually launch the utility to check and clean the system.

Results of Background Scanning in Reg Organizer

When background checking is enabled in Reg Organizer, it will automatically scan and, if a sufficient amount of unnecessary information is detected, offer to remove it.

How to Enable Automatic Analysis?

In the program settings, there is a section called ‘Background Functions,’ where a new item called ‘Scheduled Cleanup’ has appeared.

Configuring Background Functions in Reg Organizer

Selecting it allows you to go to the settings by clicking on the ‘Configure’ button. In this window, you can choose the sections for scanning, as well as the schedule. For example, you can choose to check on system startup.

Setting up background system scanning in Reg Organizer

After saving the settings, a separate task will appear in the Windows Task Scheduler, which will be executed according to the scenario you selected.

New License Names

In addition to the described changes, there is another one in Reg Organizer — we have renamed the home license names to make them clearer and simpler for you.

Previously, you might have seen ‘Personal’ and ‘Family’ licenses for home use. The former implied use on 1 or 2 computers by a single user, while the latter applied to the entire family with a limit of 5 computers.

However, our support team often received inquiries from users about how to use them correctly in different situations, to which we couldn’t always provide clear answers.

For example, the ‘Family’ license meant that the program could be used on 5 computers within the family. But what constitutes a family? Up to what degree? Are there any geographical restrictions? And if a user bought a ‘Personal’ license, could he install one copy of the application on their personal computer and a second copy on their child’s computer (since in this case there would already be two users, but only one license)?

To eliminate all these complex issues at once and simplify the whole story, we decided to rename the licenses to ‘2-PC Home License’ and ‘5-PC Home License’. So now it doesn’t matter which computers you install it on, who uses them, and whether that user has any familial ties to you. Now they are simply licenses for home use.