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Manage Registry Backup
ARO® 2012 is a computer maintenance program made for tuning up and cleaning the registry in the Windows® operating system, removing junk and temporary files, verifying your security settings, and confirming that all your Windows Updates are turned on. "Junk" files and registry errors accumulate over time and can hinder PC performance. ARO 2012 scans your computer, identifies and safely removes registry errors and cleans up junk files. By clearing these registry errors, removing the junk and ensuring your security settings are up-to-date ARO, can create a more organized and error-free PC and can have a positive impact on system performance for cluttered PCs.
Why does the registry need optimization?
The Windows registry houses all the program and software information and system settings for the computer. Every time a program is installed, updated or removed the Windows registry is changed. Unfortunately, many times when programs are removed not all registry entries are removed with them. These obsolete registry entries build up and can cause system errors and deteriorate overall system performance. ARO 2012 can help remove these unnecessary registry entries helping you alleviate the clutter and reduce registry errors.
The registry may also encounter fragmentation problems which occur when uninstalled programs and removed files leave empty blocks of space in the registry. These blank entries may cause system instability, performance issues and lead to error messages. But through defragmenting the registry these gaps can be removed and PC performance enhanced.
Why clean up system junk?
Junk files are left over bits of information from software installation/removal, internet browsing, system crashes, and other common activities. These files build up over time and take up valuable hard-disk space. ARO scans 12 different areas of your computer for junk including PC files and web browsers. ARO will safely remove these junk files from the computer freeing up valuable disk space.
Why does ARO 2012 do a baseline security scan?
Support.com has repaired over 2 million PCs and through these efforts has found that many customers do not have proper security software installed or configured. Non-existent or out-of-date security software can leave a PC exposed to viruses and malware that can degrade PC performance. The ARO 2012 baseline security scan checks for the existence of antivirus, antispyware and firewall programs. If these programs are on the computer, ARO 2012 then checks to make sure they are up-to-date. ARO 2012 will also check to confirm Windows Update is turned on so that you are notified when an update to the Windows operating system is available.
If ARO has any reason to believe your PC has a security configuration problem, the issue will be flagged for your review. In some cases, the computer may have security software installed that ARO cannot detect. Typically, if ARO is unable to verify security configuration, it will display "Unknown" as the status. If you are sure your computer is properly protected, you may ignore the warning message.
How can ARO 2012 help?
Though the Windows operating system is equipped with a "Registry Editor" tool which can be used to manually add, change or remove registry settings making manual changes to the registry can be complicated and can lead to computer failure if not performed properly. ARO 2012, however, can easily and effectively clean the Windows registry without damaging the system. With one click of the mouse, ARO can clear registry errors, junk files and check your computers security settings.
What can ARO 2012 do?
Repair and clean the Windows registry of unwanted and invalid entries and errors
Remove extraneous junk files from your system
Defragment and optimize the Windows registry
Complete a baseline security scan for active and up-to-date antivirus, antispyware, firewall and ensure Windows Updates are enabled
Reduce application and system crashes and hang-ups
Reduce error messages related to registry errors
Increase available disk space
Improve system performance for cluttered PCs
The program automatically adapts itself to the operating system on which it runs, and does not require any manual settings to run. ARO® 2012 is compatible with 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows® 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista®, Windows 7 and Windows Server® 2003 and 2008.
Recommended system configuration:
Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 (32 or 64 bit)
Graphics mode 800x600 or better with 16.7 m colors.
5 MB free hard disk space (an additional 10 MB is needed during installation only to accommodate the initial setup files).
Intel® Pentium® or processor equivalent to industry standards with 500 MHz or above.
128 MB RAM.
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Status Welcome Screen
The new interface of ARO® 2012 is designed to be simple and easy to use. The main screen tells users the number of registry errors found during the previous scan, the junk status of the PC, when the last registry scan, backup and optimization were performed and lets you optimize the system in a single click.
The 'One Click Optimization' feature enables you to scan, fix and optimize your PC quickly and easily.
Actions that can be performed from the main screen include:
One Click Optimization
Power Pack and Baseline Security Status
One Click Optimization
ARO 2012 comes with an advanced registry cleaning and optimization mechanism. When the 'One Click Optimization' button is activated the program performs the following tasks:
The 'Status' tab shows if any registry errors, junk files or security problems were detected during the last scan. It also shows the status of the errors found, whether they were fixed or are pending.
This tab will provide a review of the 13 registry areas that were scanned, along with the junk status from the seven types of junk scanned and an analysis of your systems security. The security status is determined by whether or not antivirus, antispyware, firewall and Windows® Updates are properly installed and up-to-date.
ARO 2012 has a registry 'Status' section that informs you when the last registry scan, backup and optimization occurred. Your system summary report contains:
Power Pack and Baseline Security Status
Optimization and Performance
Power Pack is a combination of two products available from Support.com. The Power Pack includes ARO 2012, and RapidStart®. RapidStart helps improve computer start times by identifying unnecessary or unwanted items that start when your computer starts.
ARO 2012's baseline security scan verifies that important security software is installed and properly configured on your PC. This includes antivirus, antispyware, personal firewall and Windows Updates. While we designed ARO 2012's security scan to be as accurate as possible, there are some situations that may drive inaccuracies. These situations include:
ARO 2012 is unable to specifically detect antispyware software as separate from antivirus software in older versions of Windows®. In these cases, the status will be shows as "unknown".
Some security software does not register itself with Windows correctly. In these cases, ARO may not be able to tell that they are installed and configured correctly, when in fact they are. If ARO 2012 flags a potential baseline security issue with your PC, please review your installed security software carefully, or call Support.com directly at 1-800 PC SUPPORT and speak to a Personal Technology Expert® who can help.
ARO® 2012's clean-up process includes scanning for registry errors, clearing system and internet junk, and checking the security status of the PC. All program and system information is stored in the Windows® registry. The registry is changed every time a program is installed, updated, or uninstalled, but often the files for programs remain in the registry even after the program is removed. This makes the computer read through these files even though they are no longer there-possibly slowing your PC and causing registry errors.
In addition to this registry overload, many applications fail to remove temporary files, internet junk, caches and lists which take up a lot of disk space and can bog the PC down. It is always a good practice to regularly clean out junk accumulation in order to keep your PC running quick and clean. The 'Scan System' section of ARO 2012 cleans and streamlines your registry, and removes junk accumulated on the PC and in internet browsers.
Start the cleaning process by selecting 'Start Scanning Now'. By default, all the areas prone to registry errors and junk accumulation are selected for the scan.
During the scanning process you can view the registry keys, web browsers and security settings being analyzed. At any time you can abort the scan process by clicking the 'Stop Scan' button.
Under the 'Cleanup' tab you can view the areas ARO 2012 scans.
Once the scanning process is complete, ARO 2012 displays the results window that summarizes all the categories scanned and the total errors and junk found under each category. The baseline security status is also displayed.
The category headings are linked to a new window that details each and every error found under that category. The error entry in the 'details screen' describes the name of the invalid reference and the path/location referring to it or related details. By default, invalid registry entries and junk files are selected for repair or deletion. Uncheck the box 'Select All' to exclude all the entries or manually un-select the entries which you want excluded from repair, or you may keep the default condition to fix all errors.
Click 'Fix All' Errors to start the removal of invalid registry entries and junk files. Since applications are constantly running on your PC and ARO might not be able to remove all detected issues, errors and junk files may still be present or accumulate, even after cleaning your PC with ARO. We recommend that you enable scheduled scanning on your computer to remove errors and junk on a regular basis and to help keep your computer clean and stable.
The registry plays a key role in the configuration and control of Windows® operating systems. It is the repository for both system-wide and per-user settings. The data in the registry is stored in hundreds of keys and sub-keys. Windows and other programs query the registry for information constantly. Over time as programs are used, installed and uninstalled, data is scattered all over the registry with many free blocks in between. Think of the registry database as a chart with rows and columns in a big queue. Even when the data is deleted from a registry block, it still maintains a reference to the next registry block consuming the same amount of space that it occupied before. When new items are added to the registry, they are added at the bottom of the queue. Over time, the registry ends up with many blank cells. Incomplete, corrupt or invalid registry entries may pass invalid information to a program, causing the system or application to crash or become unstable.
Querying a registry with fewer entries is faster, and optimizing the registry can make the load time shorter.
How to optimize the registry?
ARO® 2012 compacts the registry to help improve the performance of your computer. ARO 2012 eliminates registry fragmentation thereby giving you a fresh new registry with no data gaps. To optimize the registry, go to the 'Optimize' tab and review the details of your last Registry optimization, if they exist. Click the button 'Optimize Registry Now' to perform optimization.
Manage Registry Backup
ARO® 2012 is designed to safely remove invalid entries and errors and optimize the registry. If you feel the removal of registry errors has caused problems with any of your installed programs, or your computer is taking a lot of time to boot, is running slow or has affected your computer negatively in any other way, you can easily restore your computer's registry from backup. The Restore function will replace the removed keys to help diagnose any potential problems.
The Backup and Restore Registry feature can take backup in two ways:
Complete registry backups can be taken manually by clicking the 'Take Full Registry Backup' button. Also when you press the button 'One Click Optimization' on the main screen, a complete registry backup is automatically taken
Whenever you scan and clean the registry manually, after selecting the categories in which you would like to search for registry errors, the program automatically takes a backup of these categories before removing invalid entries.
In the Partial Backup section, the backups are maintained by date.
How to Restore?
Simply select a backup record from the 'Full Backups' or 'Partial Backups' section and click 'Restore'. The registry entries on the selected date and time will be restored.
ARO® 2012 allows you a large degree of control over what is scanned and repaired. The tabbed sections are:
Under the 'Optimization Settings' tab you can change registry and junk optimization settings from the 'Registry' and 'Junk' sections.
Registry Optimization Settings
By default all the registry areas are selected for scanning; however, you can deselect an area by un-checking it and clicking the 'Apply' button. Pressing the 'Restore Defaults' button will restore the default settings, which includes all the registry areas in scanning.
ARO 2012 scans the below mentioned areas in the registry for errors:
Impact on system
ActiveX® and COM
An ActiveX control tells the computer how programs should share information. ActiveX and COM components are installed on the system when you browse the Internet or install an application. These entries increase the size of the registry or can be a cause of malfunctioning of some programs. Invalid COM or ActiveX object entries in the Windows® registry can cause application failures, document and information loss, and system crashes.
When a program is installed, it maintains a reference to the path, to which it is located, including the file name, on the registry. If Application Path information is not correct in the registry, it may cause programs to fail. An invalid path on the registry could arise when uninstalled programs do not remove their referential entries or if the physical location of a program has changed.
Programs often have multiple files on the computer that are relevant to the program's function. Invalid File Type entries occur when file extensions refer to programs that no longer exist on a computer.
Applications such as word processors can generate errors or crash due to corrupted fonts or invalid font entries. Invalid font entries occur when an incorrect reference to the font is present in the registry.
When a program is installed it makes entries in the registry relating to associated help files. When this help file is deleted or moved from the folder where it was originally installed, it can result in an invalid registry reference. You don't want an application to crash when you are looking for help.
Windows maintains registry entries of all the recently opened files on your machine. If the file is moved from its original location, or is deleted, the registry can show an invalid reference. Over time, these types of orphaned registry entries can accumulate on your system.
The registry includes paths of files and program libraries ("dll" files) that are used by various programs. If these files are moved or deleted, it can result in invalid registry paths.
When a program is installed, it creates entries in the registry with a variety of information and configuration settings. It also creates entries to uninstall in a special area in the registry. When the program is uninstalled it should remove all the entries created by it under software or uninstall sections but some programs fail to do so and leave behind invalid entries.
Sound files are played when certain events occur on the system. There may be entries in the registry, which point to sound files that no longer exist.
The Start Menu provides quick access to some programs, if programs are moved or removed from their original location, it can result in an invalid registry entry.
There may be some programs that are scheduled to be launched on Windows startup but are actually removed from the disk. This can result in an invalid registry entry.
This scans everything in your HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE registry hive and will usually catch more errors than other scans. The downside is that it takes longer to complete the scanning process.
This option scans for errors in HKEY_CURRENT_USER subtree, which contains the profile of the user who is currently logged on to the computer. The user profile includes environment variables, personal program groups, desktop settings, network connections, printers, and application preferences.
Registry Tweaks are system performance enhancements that may help improve the performance of your operating system.
Junk Optimization Settings
The default settings for the junk scan include: browser cache files and download history as well as system memory dumps, recent documents, recycle bin, shortcuts, taskbar jumplist, temporary files, windows logs and thumbnails. To add a junk category to scan and clean select the box next to the item and click 'Apply'. You may click 'Restore Defaults' to return to the default settings.
A Memory Dump, also known as a core dump, consists of the recorded state of the working memory of a Windows PC at a specific time when Windows crashes or terminates abnormally. Memory Dumps are used by advanced users to debug a system. Memory Dumps can be large in size, and can occupy a remarkable amount of disk space overtime.
The Recent Documents folder on the Windows Start menu displays a list of files and documents that you most recently used. The Recent Documents list provides a quick way to reopen any document. However, it could also compromise your privacy as any user who has access to your PC can easily identify the files and documents that you have recently used.
The Recycle Bin is a special file directory that stores files and folders that have been deleted by the user but not yet permanently erased from the physical media.
Shortcuts (also known as Shell Links) are small files containing a target application or document. Every time a user uninstalls an application or deletes the target file, the Shortcut may become invalid and they can stay until you manually remove it.
Taskbar Jumplists are lists of recently opened items such as files, folders or websites organized by the program that you use to open them.
Temporary Files are files created and left behind by applications and programs.
Temporary Internet Files
Temporary Internet Files are created whenever you view a webpage. Your web browser saves a temporary copy of that page so that it can be displayed more quickly if you open it again later. As the list of Temporary Internet Files grows over time, it takes hard drive space.
Thumbnail caching in Windows is a method to store thumbnail previews of images in cache memory so that it can redisplay the images quickly each time you reopen a folder in Windows Explorer.
Download History is a log of files downloaded using a web browser. Your web browser keeps a record of all the files that you have downloaded in chronological order. It is recommended to periodically clean up your browser's Download History.
Your Web Browser History keeps a record of all the websites that you have visited in the past. It is recommended to periodically clean up your Browser History.
Cache Files are various types of HTML and image files that are downloaded by your browser onto your PC. This helps web pages to load faster when you visit them later. These files can be deleted to reclaim valuable disk space.
Form Data/Passwords includes usernames and account passwords that are often stored by your browser. If your PC is used by multiple people they can gain access to this personal information. It is recommended to periodically clean up your saved form data and passwords.
Cookies are used by websites to store information about users and their internet usage. Deleting Cookies stored in web browsers helps protect your privacy.
Windows Logs are created as part of the normal execution of software applications. As these files accumulate they can take a large amount of disk space.
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By selecting to share anonymous information about your system issues, you help Support.com build a better product. The information shared includes the number of registry errors and junk files found as well as the results of the baseline security analyses.
ARO 2012 has a section to create an 'Exclusion List'. If you want to exclude a path from registry scanning, you can add that path to this Exclusion List. Remember that if invalid registry entries are created under the path excluded by you, ARO 2012 will not be able track or optimize those entries.
To exclude a registry section, click on 'Add Entry' and select the section you want to add in exclusion list. The drop-down list provides the names of the hives. To be more specific, enter the complete path of the registry key in the next box, 'Specify Registry Entry'. Press 'OK' to add it to the exclusions. You can delete an entry from the exclusion list by selecting the entry and clicking 'Delete Entry'.
Skip errors due to removable media: When you install removable drives, it creates certain registry entries. But if the drive is removed, the registry references can be invalid if htey link to the drive not found on your system. However, at a later time, if you are certain to use the same drive again, we suggest not to delete these errors because you will have to reinstall the drivers for the removable drive. Simply check the option to skip the registry errors displayed in such condition.
ARO 2012 comes with a built-in scheduler for scanning and cleaning automatically. You can schedule ARO 2012 to run only once, every day or every week.
To create a schedule, select the frequency of the schedule (once, every day or every week on a predefined time and day) and click Apply. The scheduled scan and clean is created!