Auslogics Registry Cleaner 4.0 rolls out new search filter, promises improved scan algorithms

October 7, 2014 – 11:55 by in News Print Share No Comment

Auslogics RegCleaner 4.0Australian developer Auslogics had rolled out a number of minor – but interesting – updates to its system tools collection. Chief among these is a major new version of its Registry cleaning tool with the release of Auslogics Registry Cleaner 4.0, which gains a new search feature for custom removal of Registry entries.

Users can now click the Search button, type a keyword and wait for the program to search the Registry for keys matching the keywords, These can then be reviewed and selectively deleted.

Like the main scan function, backups are taken by default, while users can also search the web for more information on specific keys by selecting them and clicking the Google it button.

Auslogics RegCleaner 4.0

Auslogics RegCleaner 4.0 adds a new search function for targeted cleaning based on keyword.

Version 4.0 also promises an improved Registry scanner thanks to better algorithms for searching the main scan categories.

The update also tweaks the user interface, improves Windows 8.1 compatibility, fixes all known bugs and makes enhancements to the Registry scan and repair results page, which is displayed in the user’s browser.

Other Auslogics apps get minor updates too: Auslogics Duplicate File Finder gains a few improvements to its internal libraries and program stability. This builds on the recent 4.0 release that added a duplicate preview feature and a more advanced search tool for precise searches.

The same minor improvements can be found in Auslogics BoostSpeed, which again follows a recent major update (7.3) that added in the functionality found in the latest version of Auslogics Duplicate File Finder.

Auslogics Registry Cleaner 4.0 and companion Auslogics Registry Defrag are both available as freeware downloads for PCs running Windows XP SP3 or later, as is Auslogics Duplicate File Finder Finally, Auslogics BoostSpeed is available as a free trial download, and can be purchased for just $19.95, a saving of 60 per cent on the MSRP.

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