Registry Defragmentation


The defragmentation is a process that reduces the amount of file fragmentation. It does this by physically organizing the contents of the mass storage device used to store files into the smallest number of contiguous regions (fragments). It also attempts to create larger regions of free space using compaction to impede the return of fragmentation. Defragmentation is advantageous for the PC performance and the boot speed and relevant to file systems on electromechanical disk drives. A SSD disks has no moving file parts, but it's not bad to defrag the Windows Registry.

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Updated for Windows 10
and Windows 7, 8

How works the Registry Defragmentation?


  1. If the Registry CleanUP is not installed yet, download the program from here.
  2. Start the Registry CleanUP and click the button "Defrag" to open the Defrager.
  3. The start screen shows the existing Registry-Hives with there size.
  4. Beside are displayed the Registry-Hives in percentage in a pie chart.
  5. Click on the button "Start defragmentation", to start the compressing of the Registry.
  6. The first step is the creating of a new "Windows Restore Point", as protection for a worst-case scenario.
  7. Depending on the computer speed and fragmentation state, takes optimization of the registry several minutes.
  8. If the procedure done, shows the application an information window to reboot the computer. This should definitely be done.
Warning!
After defragmenting the PC must be restarted! Otherwise, do you lost all settings and changes in the registry after compression.
Upon activation of checkbox "Windows restart after defragmentation" - above the Start button - the reboot occurs automatically.
Windows Registry Defragmentation

Supported Windows Versions!


Windows 10
Windows 8, 8.1
Windows 7
32 and 64-Bit Versions