Reg Organizer

Reg Organizer 7.7

Maintenance and system optimization to optimal conditions
4.3  (57 votes)

Reg Organizer is a set of maintenance and optimization tools you can use to keep your Windows system running fast, smooth and in optimal conditions. Among those tools, you have a registry cleaner, a disk optimizer, an apps uninstaller, a startup manager, a registry editor and more. The program allows you to revert any applied optimizations in case they don't work as expected.

Every time you run Reg Organizer, it automatically performs a system express check, which shows you an overview of your Windows system's general health status and offers you some recommendations. Then you can start running any of the included optimization tools, either following the given recommendations or not. All the tools are easily accessible from a special panel where they are grouped into 3 categories: for all users, for advanced users and miscellaneous tools. Most of those tools run on independent windows each, though a few of them use the central panel of the program's main window.

One of the most powerful tools of Rec Organizer is the "Application Uninstaller" which, according to the publisher, detects and removes all the leftovers of previously uninstalled programs. What's more, you can drag the desktop shortcut of any application to the desktop shortcut of Reg Organizer to totally and cleanly uninstall that app. The "Disk Cleanup" tool, on the other hand, thoroughly analyzes your hard disk(s) looking for errors in areas such as unused and temporary files, program crash dumps and error reports, explorer thumbnails, invalid shortcuts, activity logs, recently used files and other kinds of elements that can be safely removed to recover disk space. The "Registry Cleanup" tool allows you to select which areas of your registry will be scanned for damaged and obsolete entries, to remove them and lighten up it. By the way, you also have a tool called "Registry Optimization" which defragments and compresses your registry, speeding up the access to it. Finally, the "Startup Applications" tool lists all the apps and service that automatically run at Windows startup, and allows you to disable/remove them, optimize them or delay any of them for a number of seconds you provide.

In addition, Reg Optimizer offers you some extra tools you will hardly find in other optimization and maintenance suites, like the "Tweaks" tool. It allows you to adjust some undocumented and mostly unknown parameters of Windows to get a customized or more optimal system. For example, you can hide the notification area, display information about previous logons using your Windows account or automatically get your Windows 10 start menu fixed in case it stops working. Also, the program offers you the so-called "Registry Snapshots" feature, which allows you to save your registry's current status to compare it with a later or earlier one.

To cut a long story short, Reg Organizer offers you one of the most comprehensive sets of maintenance and optimization tools available at the moment. As its name suggests, many of those tools are dedicated to Windows registry's optimization, cleanup and compacting. Unfortunately, the effectiveness of some of the tools cannot be evaluated through the program's trial edition. For example, the "Registry Cleanup" tool analyzes your registry and lists the detected errors, but you cannot fix them until you buy the license and register the program. Also, Reg Organizer doesn't include a disk defragmenter, a common tool that is present in many optimization suites.

Ricardo Soria
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Review summary


  • Includes optimization tools for both standard and advanced users
  • Cleans up and repairs your registry
  • Defragments your registry
  • Uninstalls apps cleanly through drag-and-drop
  • Removes unnecessary and junk files safely
  • Enables, disables or delays your startup apps
  • Tweaks many Windows' undocumented parameters
  • Creates and compares "registry snapshots"
  • Reverts any applied optimization


  • Doesn't show all its functionality through its trial version
  • Doesn't include a disk defragmenter
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