Reset Windows and Registry Settings to Default State with RefreshPC

Windows have so many configurations that one can never be sure of the changes being made. It can happen to anyone that while setting up some configuration item, you mistakenly set up an item to a wrong value. Moreover, your configuration items can also be changed by some malicious codes too.

Thus to be sure and to return the system back to our default state we need something that can help us a lot. Here is a tool called RefreshPC, and as the name goes, it helps us in refreshing our system to the default state thereby undoing the wrong settings.

RefreshPC helps you reset your computer’s settings to default state easily and safely so that most of your computer problems disappear. This includes, refreshing Registry settings which is one of the most important thing to do, refreshing system services which will help in faster boot up time, cleaning temp folders and cleaning Prefetch files.

All you have to do is just download this tool from the link provided at the bottom of the article, run this free utility and click on the button “Refresh My Windows Settings”. This will enable the tool to start taking actions and clearing all the ill configurations in your system. After it had done resetting the system, it will present a pop window presenting the log of the process performed.

The tool is really great and efficient to use as it helps in restoring your system to default state thereby removing all the configuration problems from your PC. The tool works great on Windows XP, Vista and 7 on both 32 and 64 bit versions.

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3 Replies to “Reset Windows and Registry Settings to Default State with RefreshPC”

  1. Sounds amazing. But if you bring registry keys/settings to default, it can cause some 3rd party programs to behave abnormally. Don’t you think?

  2. @Mahaveer
    Yes that will happen for sure, but at least it will help you when you wish to restore the system back to normal state in case of some mishap.

  3. Used the software. Didn’t cause the problem we were expecting. It just removes some junk files and changes some registry entries to their defaults.

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