You can download regcure for free and it will even let you do a free scan. However, it will only remove some of the files on your computer that are causing problems. Regcure found 277 problems on my computer. When I asked it to remove the problems, it wouldn’t. Regcure would only remove a few of the files in the free version. In order to remove the other problems, I had to pay for it. Since I personally have a lot of other Free softwares that do basically the same thing, I decided to uninstall the program. That’s about the time that things started getting more interesting.
To see what happened next, you may want to get up to this part and follow me step by step. Start by downloading and installing the Free Regcure software at http://www.regcure.com. Then do a full scan of your system. It takes several minutes to perform this task. Remove all of the ones that it lets you remove, which in essence will help to fix some of your computer. Next, we’re going to remove the software.
Go to the control panel on your computer. Usually this can be done, by clicking on the Start button and then finding the control panel button. I then went to the add/remove programs and found the Regcure program. I clicked the add/remove button and a window popped up asking me a question. I clicked on “yes.” And then another window came up asking another question. Once again, I clicked on “yes.” Next a window from Regcure came up and asked me if I wanted to remove REGCURE or if I wanted it for free. Yes, you read that correctly. IT ASKED ME IF I WANTED IT FOR FREE.
I, of course, clicked the BUTTON that said I wanted it for free. It took me to another page. That page hasn’t loaded in yet. At this point, I’m not really sure what was intended by this last option. Maybe the link that it sent me to is just temporarily down. Maybe it’s really supposed to be free. Try it for yourself. It just might work for you. It looks to be some kind of secret way to get REGCURE for free.
If you want a good free registry cleaner, try one of the ones below. I personally have used cccleaner (make sure that it’s not cc cleaner, which isn’t the same product). I also use Eusing Registry cleaner. Both are awesome and are strong, and yet gentle and seem to compliment each other right nicely. Keeping your system running strong, while making sure not to mess with your systems important files.
Some other free ones are below: