Clean up your registry with USB Scrub

by Mike
Posted November 16th, 2009 at 5:53 am


Flash drives have gone from a rare novelty gadget just a few short years ago to a new type of “novelty” gadget. Nowadays everything gets turned into a USB drive. From space themed drives to food, nothing is safe from the USB trabsformation. But did you know that for each flash drive you plug in, and even any external piece of hardware you attach, at least one registry entry is created? And those entries don’t disappear on their own. Before you know it, you could have dozens of excess registry entries accumulating which will collectively slow down your system, particularly the time in which it takes your system to recognize your USB drive after plugging it in. USB Scrub looks to remedy that problem.

The cool part about USB Scrub is that when plugging it in, you’re not simply left with anotherf registry entry. Instead, you’re presented with registry cleaning options with the most prominent being the ability to “Scrub” your registry of rouge USB entries. If you use or have used a fair number of external hardware, you may want to consider USB Scrub. It may just save your sanity and speed up your system.

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