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Four Tips to Finding Quality PC Cleaner Software

Type "PC cleaner software" into Google and you get 2,590,000 sites. How in the world is anyone supposed to know which one is any good? Do you just start at the top and go down? How do you even know if they are legitimate PC cleaners or not? In this article, we will discuss how to separate the good from the bad.

Check the Awards

The best way to tell how good software works is by checking the awards. For registry cleaners, this means checking out the Tucows award. Tucows is an independent rating site that rates all kinds of computer software. If a company has a good rating with them, then you know you are looking at good software. Five cows from Tucows is the highest ranking you can get. When it comes to registry cleaners, make sure the cleaner you purchase has all five cows.

Check Ease of Use

Face facts. It does not matter how great a registry cleaner is if it is difficult to use, because you won't use it. If you do not use the registry cleaner on a regular basis, then it was a waste of time and money. No matter how many awards the cleaner wins, you must use it regularly to see results.

A good cleaner will have a simple, easy-to-use interface. It will be extremely user friendly and automated. You should only have to make a couple of clicks to rid your computer of any errors.

Check out the Name in Google

As odd as this sounds, this is the best way to check the legitimacy of a program. If you happen to run across a fake PC cleaner, its bad reputation will be all over Google. The first couple of links may take you to the faulty site, but the rest will be warning and removal instructions.

When removal instructions pop up on a search for software, it is a telltale sign something is wrong. Legitimate software will be easy to remove and will not require removal instructions. When you see these results in your search, let it be a red flag the software is not what it claims.

Microsoft Certified Partner

Working with a Microsoft Certified Partner has many advantages that include specialized expertise. According to Microsoft a Microsoft Certified Partner "can provide you with the highest levels of technical expertise, strategic thinking, and hands-on skills."

Why work with a Microsoft Certified Partner?

o Each partner must employ a minimum number of Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs) and they must pass a test developed by Microsoft.
o They have a broad range of expertise which could include infrastructure, networking office automation, e-commerce, and more. The services include consulting, training, implementation, maintenance and support.
o They have access to additional Microsoft support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

The more requirements the software meets, the better the product. If you find software that meets all four requirements, then you can rest assured that the product is good and safe to use.


Boost-Your-PC-Speed is a PC cleaner software [http://pchealth.boostyourpcspeed.com/clean-up-your-pc/] that provides advanced registry cleaning technology. It will scan, diagnose, and speed up your computer, leaving you with nothing but a highly-optimized PC.


Webmaster's message: Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) stated on the Microsoft Windows Forum on July 23, 2010: "Registry cleaning programs are all snake oil. Cleaning of the registry isn't needed and is dangerous. Leave the registry alone and don't use any registry cleaner. Despite what many people think, and what vendors of registry cleaning software try to convince you of, having unused registry entries doesn't really hurt you. The risk of a serious problem caused by a registry cleaner erroneously removing an entry you need is far greater than any potential benefit it may have."

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