The Comparison – Registry Repair Software vs Computer Repair Technician

I know most of you think the best way to repair your PC is to bring it into your local repair shop and pay the outrageous loads charged (sometimes $ 100 an hour) to have your system repaired. In this article I want to share with you a little common fact about how programs like registry repair software work, and how similar they are to your local repair tech. You might be surprised and think twice before you drop your machine off for repair next time.

The information game no one knows it all

There are so many things that can go wrong with a computer, and when their registry related a lot of the time it becomes a trial and error process of checking one thing to determine that it is not the problem, then checking something else etc. etc. The technicians who can look at a problem and know exactly whats causing it are few and far between. The rest use trial and error methods to determine where the issue is.

Now, think about this, you're paying by the hour to have someone perform trial and error testing, or if you're lucky to use a software program to determine the issues. What then is the difference between a tech performing these diagnostics and you buying a piece of registry repair software to do the same thing on your own? You guessed it nothing.

The efficiency aspect of Registry Repair Software

A benefit to using software to scan and repair you registry files is that the same scan is performed each time so all the same issues are checked. Secondly, the software developer, pending you bought a quality product, will create updates to the program as new issues arise or new versions of windows become available. This means you'll be staying at the cutting edge of registry repair technology, and you're just an average computer user.

So what should you do?

The logical choice is that if you suspect there's a problem with your registry, try registry repair software first. Most of these software vendors offer at least a 30 day money back guarantee. If the product does not perform as you think it should, simply ask for your money back. If you can not get satisfactory results out of the software then I would consider taking it into a local repair shop. My point in this article how ever is try and draw the conclusion that repair techs are positioned as experts, yet they often are performing the same tasks that we could do on our own using the right diagnostics tools available on the Internet.