Reset Windows Registry And Services To Default Values Using RefreshPC

As a normal computer user many times you install free tools and software on your PC and occasionally (may be many times) registry of OS gets corrupted or some values may be changed. This unexpected change in registry value results in system failure (not every-time). To avoid this problem you need a third-party tool which allows you to save your PC from any failure and in this post I’m sharing a new tool called RefreshPC.

RefreshPC is a nice and freeware tool for Windows which offers users to reset Windows registry and services to default values. So, in case you are having any issues with registry you can solve it pretty easily without taking so much pain by using this tool. One thing I like about this tool is that it also cleans up Windows temporary folder as well as prefetch files.

Like other tools, this tool has a clean and easy to use interface and when you run this tool for first time, it asks you to create a system restore point. As soon as you create system restore point all you have to do is too click on “Refresh my Windows 7 settings” button and this tool will work in 4 steps & informs you about everything what has been reset by this tool. Now to make changes in your PC you have to reboot it and from now onwards your PC does have any issues related with registry.


RefreshPC will do the following things:

  • Reduce errors in the Event Viewer
  • Fix service misconfigurations that may be causing problems including slow boots.
  • Clean your temporary folders.
  • Reset key registry entries back to their default values.

This tool works on any version of Windows OS like Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 (64bit and 32bit versions). If you are using any other tool then let us know via comments!

Download Link for RefreshPC

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