Ease of Use
The user interface of Registry Booster 2009 is quite intuitive and easy to navigate. When you first open the application, you’ll be met with a startup screen informing you of the last date and time (if any) that your registry was scanned and some information about that event. To perform a new scan, simply click the large Start scan button as shown in the screenshot below. (Click any image for a larger view.)
Once the scan is complete, a list of recommended repairs will be listed in the Registry scan tab of the application under Latest scan results. Here, you can choose to accept all recommendations by checking a single box or go through the list, one by one, and decide which changes you would like to make. You also have the option to create a backup of the registry before any changes are made. Always take advantage of this backup option – the process only takes a few minutes, and it can save you a lot of problems later if you do accidentally delete something critical. Don’t worry – if you forget to click the backup button, you’ll be reminded again of this option before any repairs are made to the registry.
In addition to the Scan option, Registry Booster 2009 also has a Registry defrag utility that can be accessed in the same tab of the application and run with just the click of a button. If you’ve made a number of changes to your registry, whether through cleaning with Registry Booster’s scan or simply through several install/uninstall procedures, this utility alone may result in quite a performance boost, especially if your PC is running with minimum RAM requirements.
Continue on to the next page for the conclusion of our review of Uniblue Registry Booster 2009.