System Utilities Tweaking Registry First Aid Standard

Registry First Aid Standard 11.3.0 for Windows

by Rose City Software

Avg. Rating 3.5 (51 votes)

File Details

File Size 8.9 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,945
Publisher Rose City Software
Homepage Registry First Aid

Publisher's Description

Registry First Aid scans registry for orphan file/folder references, finds these files or folders on your drives that may have been moved from their initial locations, and then corrects your registry entries to match the located files or folders. In addition, if your registry has links to files of deleted applications, it will find these invalid entries and remove them from your registry. Your Windows registry will be always clean and correct, helping your programs load faster and speeding up your computer.

Latest Reviews

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v10.0.0 on Dec 5, 2014

Reg cleaner, NO don't wast your time BUT
Reg defrag, Yes an absolute must have unless you want your Win machine to boot-up in 20 minutes.

The best registry defragment I've ever used not to be confused with hard drive defrag. All those one star rating most likely are from people who never used Registry First Aid.

BANDIT-

BANDIT- reviewed v9.2.0 on Dec 4, 2013

##Not even tested this crap##

If you think your registry needs a tidy up, look for a renowned "open-source" App. Or an Established FreeWare (I don't recommend anything Beta). Get/Make it portable if possible. No Install = No reg keys.

BEST fix for the Reg is: Leave it Alone (Unless ABSOLUTELY necessary) .... ( _ º _ )

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v8.0.0 on Oct 26, 2010

Windows' registry concept and implementation are utterly broken.

No application can change it.

mike59

mike59 reviewed v8.0.0 on Oct 26, 2010

Old scamware.
This scam will break many computers.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v7.1.1 on Oct 21, 2009

This gave me a BSOD ! and I had to restore from a back up..

zapatero

zapatero reviewed v6.0.0 on Apr 2, 2007

Very reliable, I have used it regularly for years. Last version has an improved interface, Registry defragmenter, Vista compatibility (I cannot check this).

DIRKES

DIRKES reviewed v5.0 on Jul 6, 2006

The new version has a better GUI.
It found 275 mistakes in my registry and defrag it up to 20%.
I personally like it.

bokhylla

bokhylla reviewed v4.3.1 on May 13, 2006

Superb support! If problems, you can exclude folders and items from the scan!

The support is really, I mean really superb! I got help in about one minute! If a problem with a program occur after a scan, you can exlude that programs folder and item once, so that it will not happen next time you scan. I think it scans the registry more thoroughly, than many other good registry repair programs. If you are not an expert, use it in safe mode! Bjorn Lundahl, Gothenburg, Sweden

DunbarKC

DunbarKC reviewed v4.1 on May 12, 2005

Works great with Windows XP SP2 Pro. It's an intelligent utility.

cyberia

cyberia reviewed v4.0 on Mar 10, 2005

If you let it delete everything that this program says is green/safe, you're screwed.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (51 votes)
Your Rating
Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v10.0.0 on Dec 5, 2014

Reg cleaner, NO don't wast your time BUT
Reg defrag, Yes an absolute must have unless you want your Win machine to boot-up in 20 minutes.

The best registry defragment I've ever used not to be confused with hard drive defrag. All those one star rating most likely are from people who never used Registry First Aid.

BANDIT-

BANDIT- reviewed v9.2.0 on Dec 4, 2013

##Not even tested this crap##

If you think your registry needs a tidy up, look for a renowned "open-source" App. Or an Established FreeWare (I don't recommend anything Beta). Get/Make it portable if possible. No Install = No reg keys.

BEST fix for the Reg is: Leave it Alone (Unless ABSOLUTELY necessary) .... ( _ º _ )

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v8.0.0 on Oct 26, 2010

Windows' registry concept and implementation are utterly broken.

No application can change it.

mike59

mike59 reviewed v8.0.0 on Oct 26, 2010

Old scamware.
This scam will break many computers.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v7.1.1 on Oct 21, 2009

This gave me a BSOD ! and I had to restore from a back up..

zapatero

zapatero reviewed v6.0.0 on Apr 2, 2007

Very reliable, I have used it regularly for years. Last version has an improved interface, Registry defragmenter, Vista compatibility (I cannot check this).

DIRKES

DIRKES reviewed v5.0 on Jul 6, 2006

The new version has a better GUI.
It found 275 mistakes in my registry and defrag it up to 20%.
I personally like it.

bokhylla

bokhylla reviewed v4.3.1 on May 13, 2006

Superb support! If problems, you can exclude folders and items from the scan!

The support is really, I mean really superb! I got help in about one minute! If a problem with a program occur after a scan, you can exlude that programs folder and item once, so that it will not happen next time you scan. I think it scans the registry more thoroughly, than many other good registry repair programs. If you are not an expert, use it in safe mode! Bjorn Lundahl, Gothenburg, Sweden

DunbarKC

DunbarKC reviewed v4.1 on May 12, 2005

Works great with Windows XP SP2 Pro. It's an intelligent utility.

cyberia

cyberia reviewed v4.0 on Mar 10, 2005

If you let it delete everything that this program says is green/safe, you're screwed.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v3.4.0 on Oct 8, 2004

Buggy, unstable, unreliable P.O.S. with stupid design choices. Does a registry cleaner really need an always-on home-phoning companion tray application, which runs by default? No, of course not.

I've submitted valid bug reports to the developer, and seen the bugs get corrected in later builds. But does he even bother to reply to me at all? No, I guess that's part of being arrogant and ungrateful.

Stick with RegSeeker, which isn't as cute, but doesn't phone home, and won't crash on you like this digital turd.

zephlin

zephlin reviewed v3.1.1 Build 320 on Mar 8, 2004

Current version is 3.3 released 3/02/04. I gave this prog another chance. Actually I was really bored. I use a seperate hard drive with XP installed and numerous other software installed. I compared to JV16 on a untouched registry. Results: JV16 1.3 v.s. RFA 3.01 - RFA found many more than JV16 & had many more corrections that if not thoroughly reviewed would hose your pc. JV16 as most know is safe for the most part. If you can't make toast and f'ck your pc don't cry to me! ReReviewed Results: JV16 1.4 v.s. RFA 3.3 - RFA found nearly 100 less than JV16 & produced accurate corrections each time, many more corrections than JV16. RFA is the current choice for first scanning your drive for correctable errors & JV16 for the second scan to take out the trash! Tested on same drive using Roxio GoBack for trust worthy results. Yes Roxio sucks!! Testing Drive only!!!

gill_bates

gill_bates reviewed v3.1.1 Build 320 on Nov 11, 2003

thought it was fine till i read zephlins review youre right mate since installing rfa i have loads of uninstall probs ie "unable to open uninstall log" i just didnt put the two together (der) gone back 2 reg healer and everything is fine again i think!

lastsamurai

lastsamurai reviewed v3.1.1 Build 319 on Oct 27, 2003

a must-have!!

above comment doesnt include the trial version:)

zephlin

zephlin reviewed v3.01 on May 7, 2003

BEWARE!! The so called registry correction feature of this program will take invalid items and point them to invalid sources, i.e. McAffee uninstall string left after uninstall was redirected to point32.exe(MOUSE). Check every correction carefully! It removed the ADD/REMOVE programs correct path and pointed to an error as well. Out of over 125 corrections I found 5 that were correct and they were for temp folders that most people delete any way. Registry Healer claims the same functions as RFA. I am currently evaluating it. Curiously it's disk check for corrections takes at least 5 times longer than RFA. For critical registry errors that free cleaners such as JV16 do not pick up try PC-Doctor-On-Call2. After it scans for errors it gives the option to print them in explorer interface. Do that and print the list. After that the next screen lists severity ratings, then close/cancel out. Open JV16 and use regedit to delete these entries, located in registry menu under TOOLS. PC Doctor is the best Shareware scanner and as shown is absolutely FREE to use and clean.

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