A fresh copy of the registry is smaller.
This will make your PC start faster and consume less memory. How
Note: If you are experience problems with the registry or suspect
that your registry is corrupted correct this problem before trying
1. Backup the registry by running scanregw.
2. Run RegEdit and export the registry to C:\Windows\NewReg.reg
3. Restart your PC. Press F8 during boot and choose command prompt
4. Enable a 8MB disk cache with writebehind caching by typing
smartdrv 8192 8192 C+.
5. Change to Windows directory at the command prompt type RegEdit
/C NewReg.reg. Note: This procedure can take a few minutes to run.
If the procedure does not complete restore your registry from the
backup and continue.
Modifying the registry can cause serious problems that may require
you to reinstall your operating system. We cannot guarantee that
problems resulting from the incorrect use of the registry can be
solved. Use the information provided at your own risk.