Speeding 32 bit system and preventing Registry Defragmentation
Date Added: May 11, 2011
|Operating System is the nerve centre of a system and the overall performance of the system depends on this product. Generally there are two different types of operating systems i.e., 32 bit and 64 bit. 64 bits systems are more powerful than 32 bit systems are capable of accomplishing more complex tasks and run complicated applications. Whether a computer starts, runs, or performs seamlessly depends on which system you have installed in it.
System maintenance is something that should be taken seriously by every computer user as without proper maintenance your system may encounter various problems like: registry errors, duplicate files, windows vulnerability, and low virtual memory. Especially a 32 bit system is more prone to such threats than 64 bits and is always the first to get affected. Registry defragmentation is a big threat for computer users. Computer registry is repeatedly activated by system and programs in order to recover configuration information for better operation of the system. Registry is a vital storage medium where all important configuration settings are stored and each time a program is installed or uninstalled the history gets recorded over time.
The entries generated over time cannot be deleted automatically and causes the system to malfunction. Moreover, registry defragmentation keeps on accumulating inside the registry file and over a certain period takes up a lot of disk space. The space inside the registry is limited and as long as it has free memory the system will function flawlessly. However, in case data accumulates to the brim it will be difficult to install new programs and also already installed programs will have difficulty in proper functioning.
If you are using a 32 bit system the situation becomes much worse and to resolve this problem you may require the help of a registry cleaner. You can find the latest registry software by visiting our section on Free Registry Cleaner.
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