Your Windows registry IS your computer. The cleaner it is, the more powerful your computer. When you install computer programs, installation routines make registry modifications in support of the application. The problem with software is that it needs your registry in order to function.
If you install and uninstall a lot of software like we do, at some point you’re going to need to deal with a dirty registry. Many software removal routines often fail to clean or remove all of the registry modifications they made during program installation. As a result, many computer users can often trace poor computer performance back to a registry that has erroneous and/or orphaned registry keys in it.
Registry Drill is a powerful registry utility that can scan your registry for erroneous or orphaned registry keys and remove them. Registry Drill has 50 different tools to analyze and fix Registry problems.