RegZookaReview – A truthful and unbiased story…
I’ve heard a lot of stuff said about how registry cleaners were not needed in order to keep your computer running well and I had even heard people say that they were harmful to your computer. However, a little over a year ago I had problems with one of my computers. Almost every time I used it, even if only for a little while, an error message popped up. Don’t ask me what the error message said but it had something to do with something being incompatible with something else and this message was followed by a number like 838 or 343 or something like that.
My computer screen not only displayed this messages but it seemed very slow, too. Sometimes, it would take so long to boot up that I would actually turn it off, by holding down the on off button, before it actually got all the way started up. Then, I’d come back again later and try to start the computer and usually it would start up. It seemed to me that when the computer was working it was just very, very slow.
So I did what anybody who didn’t know a lot about computers would do; I asked a real computer geek what was happening. He told me that it was very possible that spyware, malware or viruses were causing my computer to behave in this way. He asked me what I had installed on my computer to protect against these things. When I told him there was a program installed that had been installed since I bought the computer he made me make sure it was up to date. Once I assured him it was and that using it turned up nothing, he suggested I use a registry cleaner.
Of course, I protested because I had heard bad things about these registry cleaners. He told me to make sure I tried one of the ones that he recommended because he agreed there were a lot of registry cleaners out there that were just no good. One of the registry cleaner names he mentioned was RegZooka. So, when I got home I went online and searched for RegZookaand discovered I could get a free scan with this product. So, I took them up on their offer.
The free scan showed me I had over 500 errors found. Seeing as I had these errors and someone who I respected as an excellent computer technician recommended I use RegZookabecause it was one of the best, I went ahead and purchased the license which allowed me to get my computer’s registry cleaned anytime I wanted to clean it for the next year.
The end of the story is; I’m very happy I did. All the problems I was experiencing with my computer were because I had these errors existing in my registry. From a technical aspect, I don’t know what all this means, but after my registry was cleaned my computer works great again; and that’s all I know.
What I have found out is that registry cleaners are useful and if you get the right one, I can say, at least from my experience, it will do you no harm but yet it can be very, very helpful to you.
When I purchased Regzooka, they had a special offer where for $29.95 you get a full 1 year full usage of Regzooka but for just $10 more you get a free year of SpyZooka. That’s a $19.95 savings and so I took them up on this offer. Actually, as happy as I am with Regzooka, I am even happier with SpyZooka. It found things on my computer my old virus/spyware program overlooked. In my opinion, the spy stuff is even worse than the registry stuff because the registry stuff might slow down your computer but the spy stuff, they tell me, can cause you to have your identity stolen!
I guess the only slightest thing negative I can say is RegZookais the only registry cleaner I’ve ever used so I have nothing else to compare it with. Is there something out there even better than Reg and SpyZooka? I don’t really know for sure. Still, I do know both these two things helped me and when I get a new computer, I will equip it them.
So there you have it, an antidote from someone who is not a computer technician but can vouch for the fact that the right registry cleaner can do wonders for an ailing computer and that even if you just did a spyware scan with an average malware/spyware remover, you still might have some malware/spyware present that Spyzooka could find.