How to clean out registry of my computer
In order to keep your PC efficient and high-quality in performance a regular PC check is inevitable to perform with the help of windows in built system tools as well as with other registry cleaner program like an antivirus program or any anti Malware software. External infection to a PC is one of the most dangerous and major issues windows operating Systems have been facing for last 2 decades.
We all be acquainted with there are thousands of ant viruses, anti Malware, registry cleaner or registry cleaner programs are available in the online market today. Despite of all these protective software only few of them are really capable enough to resist these attacks from external sources.
There are many massive and tiny organizations are in the market today and I do not have much doubt that few of them are in fact working great, researching continuously and struggling with the infections reach daily in the internet. Still many times a virus or odious entry intrudes in your computer one day or other.
I feel we just need to understand the work pattern or mechanism of these bad routines/procedures so that we truly can get an idea that why in spite of so many efforts and researches from various registry cleaner or antivirus software developers these surplus entries come into survival and make us feel their attendance frequently.
Let us take instance of a Virus program that may also harm your PC by any means. A virus is designed always to perform a specific task. Like if a virus called ABC.exe is written to destroy your control panel in windows PC, it more often than not enters into your PC and either disable the entry related to control panel from windows registry or will remove the key from the registry totally. When the next time you try opening your control panel and windows will call an internal function to invoke control panel. It won’t find the similar key in the called function or in registry and it will display some error message it is disabled or cannot open or blah blah….
Here a pretty thing needs to be noted, an antivirus program can surely kill a virus or any other not needed entry, on the other hand to recognize a program if it is worth to be deleted or not, It is a hurricane task always. This means to white-list a program by a program is the really change for any antivirus or anti Malware or Registry cleaner. Also a malevolent program frequently comes and attacks with different patterns and names and work mechanisms. It maybe that a virus can disable your control panel and another version of it may also disable GP (GUP or Group user policy is a place from where you can restrict or allow number of rights to any user is using/sharing the same PC).
a little bit there are few viruses they put out of action the entire functionality of a PC and makes a PC slow or tainted so that you even cannot navigate anything at all. I will share a piece of example, I know a condition where, device manger was disabled, when I tried to open registry editor from run windows it was disabled also, I managed someway to open run command prompt but when it opened registry editor was disabled from Group user policy, in turn Group Policy was also disabled. Tired with all these tools I wanted to disable all the running processes in explorer but Task manager was also disabled and so on. There was nothing left to call upon any process only the virus process and alone windows explorer was working. I had to format my windows in the end.
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