RegCure is a tool that was developed specifically to help you clean your Windows registry entries, so that your system's performance improves.
Available tools and registry entries to scan
After a quick installation, you will probably notice that the features are clearly defined in the user-friendly interface. There are a few major areas you can take advantage of, namely “Scan,” “Settings,” “Backup,” “Manage Startup” and “Results.”
You can select the type of registry entries you want RegCure to scan - COM or ActiveX entries, uninstall or font entries, shared DLLs, application paths, help files information, Windows startup items, file or path references, program shortcuts, and file associations.
Fixing detected issues and creating a restore point
A scan of all these items takes little time to finish. You can view the exact problems of each aforementioned category, yet you cannot fix all issues in the trial version of RegCure - only those found in Font Entries and File Associations. The numbers of found and fixed issues can be viewed in the Results panel.
In the Backup screen you can restore the system to a previous state, yet you cannot actually create a backup - RegCure automatically creates a restore point if this option is enabled.
Manage startups, schedule scans and create an exclusion list
The settings panel lets you can create an ignore list only after a scan has been performed, so you can skip certain errors in following scans. Furthermore, you can schedule scans, so you do not need to guard RegCure.
The startup manager found here has very limited options. You can enable or disable processes which automatically run at system startup, or just remove them from the list.
The bottom line is that RegCure manages to detect many registry issues that are not recognized by other similar products, and it does so by using a low amount of system resources. The response time is good, the interface is intuitive and our tests did not reveal any errors or bugs.