RegSupreme 1.7.0.416 for Windows

by Macecraft Software

Avg. Rating 3.0 (56 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.4 MB
License Shareware, $12.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 4,895
Publisher Macecraft Software
Homepage RegSupreme

Publisher's Description

RegSupreme is the superior standalone, ultra fast and lightweight registry cleaner. With its technology registry cleaning engine, it represents a new generation of Windows registry cleaners.

From the author of RegCleaner and jv16 PowerTools.

Latest Reviews

Point Zero

Point Zero reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Jul 19, 2007

Worthless crap from a thief !

Mastertech

Mastertech reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Jul 9, 2007

This author originally wrote the free bu now severly outdated and buggy RegCleaner:

http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/963771680/1

This has known bugs. Some of which were corrected when the author integrated this into his JV16 powertools program which since 2003 has been a PAY to play program. He claims he rewrote the registry cleaner when he did this.

http://fileforum.betanew...rTools_2007/987567453/1

JV16 Power Tools was initially free and the author received free beta testing in his forums from enthusiast end users, until one day for no reason he simply killed the forums and left every single person there in the dark. He then released these all as pay programs under the company Macecraft:

http://www.macecraft.com/

I have no respect for the author for the way he did this. Nor for the way he treats the end users who used and helped him test his software.

Registry Cleaners do NOT improve performance this is a Myth!

http://mywebpages.comcas.../SupportCD/XPMyths.html

poisonu

poisonu reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Feb 12, 2007

Very Good!!

the_root

the_root reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Jul 31, 2006

RegSupreme has never let me down and cleans better than most alternatives, in my experience. Having said that, I use six or seven registry cleaners on a regular basis and each one will catch something most others miss.

Someone

Someone reviewed v1.4.0.45 on Jul 25, 2006

i trusted this program 100% for many years and still have no problems with it.

however, all the negative reviews and reported problems have pushed me to test other free alternatives and i no longer use this on a regular basis.

junggeselle

junggeselle reviewed v1.4 RC3 on Jul 19, 2006

My experience was, that we subjectively no difference could be recognized after the work with RegSupreme.
It found over 200 alleged errors/mistakes in our registry, after the 'repair' we check the boot-time; the workspeed or the performance of the PC was not improved.
The possibility is missing of compressing the registration complete.

Mystenes

Mystenes reviewed v1.4 RC3 on Jul 19, 2006

this app is for people who knows what they are doing.

if Your app doesnt respond use backup's feature and restore what You have done.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v1.4 RC2 on Jul 13, 2006

Strange effekt.
after the work with 'RegSupreme' my Paint Shop Software not works further.
If i start it, it open a messagewindow like "Applikation not korrekt installed, please reinstall it..".

My Impression: Be carefull to use and work with "RegSupreme"!

DIRKES

DIRKES reviewed v1.4 RC2 on Jul 13, 2006

Yes, @httpd.confused has right;
delete only 2 files (windows\system32), created from RegSupreme after the first start and a registry entry - then you can use it 30 days again.

But you will found other tools, that works in the same way without paying $12,95.
Regseeker ist a kind of it.
If you use a german windows with installed OFFICE, and you use RegSupreme in the 'intensive' mode, your OFFICE msi installer works not again.

This is a known bug - Until today the author did not consider it necessary to eliminate the error

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.3.0.35 on Aug 9, 2005

RegSupreme has potential, but I seriously dislike a few things about it, at first glance:

1. It fails to recognize aliases in the registry, so it flags the same errors multiple times. For example, it flags errors in file extensions under both HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes and HKCR. It does the same thing with HKCU and HKU\SID. This makes no sense whatsoever, since in each case, one is an alias of the other (i.e. an exact copy, with a different name).

2. There is no way to exclude entries. How this obvious, necessary feature could be omitted is beyond me, but this alone would prevent me from using this stark utility.

3. On my system, it fails to invoke Regedit properly, so if I want it to navigate to a selected key, I always have to close Regedit first, or it won't budge from whatever key is already selected. Even when it does go to the correct registry key, it is incapable of selecting the appropriate value, as some other utilities do.

Beyond this, it would be really nice if it could invoke a user-selected registry editor instead of Regedit.

The only erroneous entries that RegSupreme found over RegSeeker on my system were a small handful of harmless keys directly under HKCR. Hardly anything worthy of notice, much less the $13 admission fee.

@DIRKES: You seem to have a real problem with any software that doesn't let you use it for free, indefinitely. RegSupreme's trial protection mechanism is actually extremely easy to defeat. Lucky for the author, though, I'm not a thief, and also have no interest in using RegSupreme beyond an hour, let alone a month.

Avg. Rating 3.0 (56 votes)
Your Rating
Point Zero

Point Zero reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Jul 19, 2007

Worthless crap from a thief !

Mastertech

Mastertech reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Jul 9, 2007

This author originally wrote the free bu now severly outdated and buggy RegCleaner:

http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/963771680/1

This has known bugs. Some of which were corrected when the author integrated this into his JV16 powertools program which since 2003 has been a PAY to play program. He claims he rewrote the registry cleaner when he did this.

http://fileforum.betanew...rTools_2007/987567453/1

JV16 Power Tools was initially free and the author received free beta testing in his forums from enthusiast end users, until one day for no reason he simply killed the forums and left every single person there in the dark. He then released these all as pay programs under the company Macecraft:

http://www.macecraft.com/

I have no respect for the author for the way he did this. Nor for the way he treats the end users who used and helped him test his software.

Registry Cleaners do NOT improve performance this is a Myth!

http://mywebpages.comcas.../SupportCD/XPMyths.html

poisonu

poisonu reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Feb 12, 2007

Very Good!!

the_root

the_root reviewed v1.4.0.46 on Jul 31, 2006

RegSupreme has never let me down and cleans better than most alternatives, in my experience. Having said that, I use six or seven registry cleaners on a regular basis and each one will catch something most others miss.

Someone reviewed v1.4.0.45 on Jul 25, 2006

i trusted this program 100% for many years and still have no problems with it.

however, all the negative reviews and reported problems have pushed me to test other free alternatives and i no longer use this on a regular basis.

junggeselle

junggeselle reviewed v1.4 RC3 on Jul 19, 2006

My experience was, that we subjectively no difference could be recognized after the work with RegSupreme.
It found over 200 alleged errors/mistakes in our registry, after the 'repair' we check the boot-time; the workspeed or the performance of the PC was not improved.
The possibility is missing of compressing the registration complete.

Mystenes

Mystenes reviewed v1.4 RC3 on Jul 19, 2006

this app is for people who knows what they are doing.

if Your app doesnt respond use backup's feature and restore what You have done.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v1.4 RC2 on Jul 13, 2006

Strange effekt.
after the work with 'RegSupreme' my Paint Shop Software not works further.
If i start it, it open a messagewindow like "Applikation not korrekt installed, please reinstall it..".

My Impression: Be carefull to use and work with "RegSupreme"!

DIRKES

DIRKES reviewed v1.4 RC2 on Jul 13, 2006

Yes, @httpd.confused has right;
delete only 2 files (windows\system32), created from RegSupreme after the first start and a registry entry - then you can use it 30 days again.

But you will found other tools, that works in the same way without paying $12,95.
Regseeker ist a kind of it.
If you use a german windows with installed OFFICE, and you use RegSupreme in the 'intensive' mode, your OFFICE msi installer works not again.

This is a known bug - Until today the author did not consider it necessary to eliminate the error

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.3.0.35 on Aug 9, 2005

RegSupreme has potential, but I seriously dislike a few things about it, at first glance:

1. It fails to recognize aliases in the registry, so it flags the same errors multiple times. For example, it flags errors in file extensions under both HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes and HKCR. It does the same thing with HKCU and HKU\SID. This makes no sense whatsoever, since in each case, one is an alias of the other (i.e. an exact copy, with a different name).

2. There is no way to exclude entries. How this obvious, necessary feature could be omitted is beyond me, but this alone would prevent me from using this stark utility.

3. On my system, it fails to invoke Regedit properly, so if I want it to navigate to a selected key, I always have to close Regedit first, or it won't budge from whatever key is already selected. Even when it does go to the correct registry key, it is incapable of selecting the appropriate value, as some other utilities do.

Beyond this, it would be really nice if it could invoke a user-selected registry editor instead of Regedit.

The only erroneous entries that RegSupreme found over RegSeeker on my system were a small handful of harmless keys directly under HKCR. Hardly anything worthy of notice, much less the $13 admission fee.

@DIRKES: You seem to have a real problem with any software that doesn't let you use it for free, indefinitely. RegSupreme's trial protection mechanism is actually extremely easy to defeat. Lucky for the author, though, I'm not a thief, and also have no interest in using RegSupreme beyond an hour, let alone a month.

bokhylla

bokhylla reviewed v1.3.0.33 on Jul 24, 2005

It is excellent! It is superfast and it deletes and fixes a lot of errors in the registry. I have had this program a few months and I never had any problems. It could have a nicer layout, but still the basic thing is that it works, and it works superb!
Björn Lundahl, Göteborg, Sweden

zak326

zak326 reviewed v1.3.0.33 on May 24, 2005

I've been using this since it was first created without a single crash. It has never caused a single tech issue on my machine. A lot more than i can say for many others ...

Argente

Argente reviewed v1.3.0.28 on May 4, 2005

Para mi el mejor limpiador de registro que existe... le falta poder limpiar cookies y registros de uso pero...
por cierto ya esta la version 1.3.0.31...

DIRKES

DIRKES reviewed v1.3.0.28 on Apr 15, 2005

Price is ok; but if the sharewareperiod is expired and you install a NEW VERSION (release), the test-time not start again. This is a litle 'pitty'.

[deXter]

[deXter] reviewed v1.3.0.28 on Apr 14, 2005

The best Registry cleaning program ever! I dont know why people worry about some software not working- geez as long as stuff goes out of the registry, why worry? If a software ain't working, reinstall the damn software! How difficult is that? Personally though I haven't faced any problems with software not working, and am quite happy the way RegSupreme works. And ya, no other registry cleaner comes close to it. RegVac did, at one point of time, but then RegVac got bogged down by the 'look gaudy and garish at the expense of speed and usability' bug...

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