In recent years, there has been an upsurge of system optimizers. This is completely justified if we take into consideration that system problems and inadequate configurations may hinder your hardware’s performance to a high degree. PC Registry Shield promises to help you restore your computer’s out-of-the-box speed.
In terms of interface design, its developers have adopted the layout that has become typical to this type of tools. In this regard, information is grouped into tabs related to such tasks as scanning for problems, cleaning, defragmenting or restoring the registry, and managing startup items.
Most problems that slow down your computer are originated from obsolete or erroneous entries in the registry, but messing with it is a complicated matter, and so is deciding which optimizer to use. CCleaner is widely recognized as one of the best tools to optimize your system, so I usually use it to benchmark other similar utilities. In this regard, all I can say about PC Registry Shield is that it allegedly found some problems right after I had used CCleaner. However, I didn’t have the chance to actually measure the impact of solving those issues because the trial version of PC Registry Shield wouldn’t let me do that.
In general, I don’t really think PC Registry Shield has anything new to offer, as most system optimizers can do much more than just fixing system errors, erasing old data, defragmenting the registry and managing startup lists. However, I won’t discourage you from giving it a try.