Jersey City, NJ, September 18, 2008 - Comodo Security Systems, Inc., a leading Internet security company, announced today the release of its free Registry Cleaner for Windows PCs.
Comodo's new product is designed to check the registries of Window's operating systems for fragments of uninstalled software, and broken links, and to tidy up the registry by deleting them. Such registry entries accumulate in computers as their users install and delete programs and files. Over time, these entries can slow down computers, especially in strategic sectors. Registry Cleaner's comprehensive backup program allows the user to undo any changes. The program can also be set to run automatically.
Registry Cleaner's Program Start Manager and Registry Compact features keep computers running smoothly.
The free Registry Cleaner joins Comodo's suite of free desktop security solutions, including the award-winning Comodo Firewall Pro, and Comodo Antivirus . Comodo offers these products free to the public, to encourage computer users to use the Internet safely and securely.
For more information about Comodo Registry Cleaner, visit registry-cleaner.comodo.com/index.html
The Comodo companies combine security and authentication technologies to shape a new paradigm-the Trusted Internet-where people worldwide use the Internet confidently in their personal and professional lives. Comodo was founded in 1998 with a passion to create trust online. With that bold vision, Comodo consistently delivers innovative patent-pending technologies that free people to trust their online connections in education, philanthropy and commerce.
More than 250,000 businesses, and millions of consumers, benefit from Comodo's trust infrastructure with a broad array of security and authentication technologies encompassing Encryption, digital certification, Identity and Access services, PKI, Secure Communications, Desktop Security solutions and Vulnerability Management services.
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