Geek Software of the Week: NTREGOPT
You defrag your hard drive (don’t you?!) Well, you should! You should also defrag your registry! What?!? You say that you don’t know how to defrag your registry? Well, then, you need this week’s GSoTW!
NTREGOPT: Defrag Your Windows Registry
From the NTREGOPT FAQ:
“Similar to Windows 9x/Me, the registry files in an NT-based system can become fragmented over time, occupying more space on your hard disk than necessary and decreasing overall performance. You should use the NTREGOPT utility regularly, but especially after installing or uninstalling a program, to minimize the size of the registry files and optimize registry access.”