Frontline Registry Cleaner 2.0 is a new release for the “Frontline PC Utilities” software firm, who are based in the UK. They have created this tool to help clean out errors with the registry of your computer, allowing you to speed up your system and make it run much smoother and more effectively. We’ve found that although there are a lot of registry repair tools on the Internet right now, a lot of the time they are nothing but hot virtual air. This means that if you want to be able to use Frontline Registry Cleaner 2.0 to help resolve problems on your PC & to speed it up, it’s important that you’re able to know whether this tool can work the best to help resolve your computer’s problems.
The most striking feature of Frontline Registry Cleaner 2.0 is its ability to clean out a large number of errors that you may have on your PC. This is likely down to the way in which the cleaner includes an advanced registry scanning engine inside, which can scan through the various settings and options that your system has in the fastest time. This is coupled with a very user-friendly design, which allows many people to use the program, even though they are not completely “literate” with PCs.
After using a lot of registry cleaner programs, I’ve found that in order to get the most out of these tools you really need to run them on a PC that’s used a lot. Fortunately, the laptop I’m typing this on currently is used daily, and is therefore in a prime position to have a number of different errors. I ran this cleaner for the first time in March 2011, and discovered that it found 4,500 errors on my PC, and 5GB of junk files. After registering the program, I was then able to let it clean up the issues it discovered. Everything’s okay so far. The real challenge will be to see whether the tool is able to fix the various problems that will have discovered, allowing your computer to run much smoother and more effectively as a result.
We let the cleaner “fix” the errors it found, and were astonished to discover that not only did the program really get rid of the errors (the next scan only found 10), but it had also cleaned out the various junk files that Windows had as well. In my opinion, this tool does work and I actually recommend it to a lot of my clients, who I repair computers for.