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How to Remove PC Registry Shield Completely

Published on December 5, 2013

PC Registry Shield is actually a standard PC optimization tool used to clean all the remaining registry keys and entries in the system. By means of removing the system leftovers such as scattered files of expired applications, useless installation folders, residual initialization files,etc. the beneficial PC Registry Shield could not only save more system space, but also effectively avoid troublesome system conflict or load errors while some library files are taking up at the same time, which is the problem that the average PC users can not solve by their own.

However, some PC users thought PC Registry Shield as a rogue or virus because sometimes they found it is difficult to remove or disable. Recommending users to upgrade the full version of PC Registry Shield by paying for its license key, this rechargeable optimizer makes more and more users be averse to it and refuse to fee. As most of the novice computer users could only master the regular method to uninstall PC Registry Shield and feel difficult to remove it completely. Just for this reason, users might consider the computer was infected with virus or malware, making them even more worried.

In fact, PC Registry Shield is technically not a virus or malware at all, let’s assume it as a potential unwanted program will be more appropriate. Can’t deny that the PC Registry Shield do have the ability to repair PC system registry errors and speed up the computer performance consequently. The fact is that most of the users uninstall an unwanted program without cleaning its registry entries or at least not cleaning them thoroughly, as time goes on, more and more useless files were left over which might lead to the system memory being overused. So it is definitely necessary to clean up the system disk regularly.

Even if PC Registry Shield is indeed helpful for balancing the PC system in a stable state, it is still not desirable to pay for its license key. There is no guarantee that this innocent optimizer may be used by cunning cyber crooks for defraudation since it is not for free. Not to mention if the PC Registry Shield once corrupted by hackers to scan user’s system, the consequences will be disastrous. To be on the safe side, it is better to uninstall PC Registry Shield right away before it went wrong.

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Instructions to Remove PC Registry Shield Manually

1. Modify the Startup.

Windows 7/XP

1)Click on the Start menu, open the Search box or the Run Command box.
2)Type ‘msconfig’ and hit the Enter key.

3)In the showing window, click on the Startup tab.
4)Select on each item related to the PC Registry Shield.

5)Then press Disable All button.
6)Close the current window.

Windows 8

1)Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time, then choose the Task Manager.

2)Click on the Startup tab, select all the startups related to the PC Registry Shield.

3)Click on the Disable button.
4)Close the current window.

2. End the running processes of PC Registry Shield

1)Open the Task Manager window by click on the Start button then open the Run command, type “taskmgr” in the search bar then press Enter.

*Pressing the Ctrl+Alt+Del composite keys could also open the Task Manager window.

2)Click on the Processes tab, find out all the related processes of PC Registry Shield and disable them.

3)Close the current window to apply the changes.

3. Remove PC Registry Shield from the Control Panel

1)Open the Start menu, then click on the Control Panel.

2)Click on the Uninstall a program link under the Programs.

3)Search for the PC Registry Shield in the showing programs list, highlight it then click on the Uninstall.

4)Follow the prompt and finish the removal.
5)When it finished, refresh the list to check if the PC Registry Shield was already gone.

4. Clean registry entries of PC Registry Shield

1)Open the Registry Editor.

Windows 7/XP

Open the Start menu, then click on the Run command and type “regedit” in the box, press Enter.

Windows 8

Go to the Start image, type “regedit” in the App search bar. Find the Registry Editor showing in the search results, then click on it to open it.

2)Find and delete all the registry entries of PC Registry Shield in the system.

3)Delete registry keys of PC Registry Shield.
4)Find out the installation files of the PC Registry Shield and delete them.
*Show up the hidden files in the system by modify the default folder properties in the Folder Options. Select the “Show hidden files and folders” option, and uncheck the “Hide protected operating system files(Recommended)” item.

5)Reboot the computer once finished the removal.

Conclusion

In most cases, PC Registry Shield comes with bundled programs involuntarily installed into the system with self-starting function to running in the system background without user’s awareness. Even knowing it as an unwanted program, the majority of users would like to keep it instead of removing it. Although PC Registry Shield is not harmful as virus or malware, it is still recommended to uninstall any unwanted program to avoid potential safety hazard. Have to say, many system optimization tools are free of charge, we could just go to its official websites and download them. PC users should learn to be more vigilant for distinguishing potential unwanted programs, because most of them are always installing in the system with a purpose. In order to keep the computer safe, we’d better use the antivirus to comprehensively scan the system constantly. More than that, try not to download any suspicious bundled program like freeware and shareware, just in case to be infected with virus or malware unconsciously.

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