Repairing Invalid References in the Registry
Why You Should Repair Invalid References
If you have been working with the computer for a long time, the Registry may contain references to files that no longer exist in the system. This is possible because the file referred to has already been deleted. As a rule, such a Registry entry is useless and should be removed to reclaim wasted disk space.
Reg Organizer can remove these unneeded references.
Sometimes the file an invalid entry refers to has not actually been deleted, but only moved to another folder or to another disk. This may occur due to user or program error. Such an invalid reference can sometimes cause a program to fail.
Reg Organizer repairs these invalid references wherever possible.