What Causes PC Errors?
Are you unable to
open applications on your PC? Has your PC
started behaving erratically quite often? Does
system startup and shutdown take hours on your
system? If yes, then it is time that you give
the issue some thought. 90 out of 100 times
registry errors are the cause of your PC
You may wonder
how Windows registry can cause errors on your
system. Well, the registry is the repository
that stores on your computer all information
about system hardware and software
configuration, system and network settings, and
user profiles. Therefore, each and every PC
activity, such as accessing, installing,
uninstalling, working on applications, and
configuration change, such as modifying display
settings, changing audio level, and changing
window size, makes an entry or adds a key within
entry or key when no longer used—after you
uninstall an application or close a program—are
deleted automatically from the registry.
However, at times some of these keys are either
left behind and leave vacant spaces or registry
holes. Over time, a large number of obsolete,
redundant, and invalid entries and registry
holes accumulate within the registry causing it
to grow at an unwarranted rate. Eventually
damaging, corrupting, and fragmenting the
time you cannot open an application and keep
receiving an error message, then you must know
that a registry error might be behind it.
If you frequently
browse the Web and download various freeware
programs, audio, and games, then your computer
opens up to attacks from malware such as
viruses, Trojans, spyware, and adware. These
malicious programs add embedded keys within the
registry. These keys are usually non-removable
and cannot be deleted manually. A registry error
that is caused due to a malicious entry can
cause many serious problems to your system.
These entries may change file associations and
prevent you from opening executable files and
cause system freezes whenever you start working
on the system. In more severe cases, registry
error due to malware may damage your system
hardware and prevent your PC from booting up.
Registry Errors: Fixing
The best way to fix registry errors is to have an expert diagnose and find the issues.
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