Name: Registry Winner
File size: 18 MB
Date added: March 8, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1292
Downloads last week: 59
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

When you first install Registry Winner, you are asked to choose a master Registry Winner. All accounts you add to the program are automatically encrypted and saved to your Registry Winner - the only way anyone can view them is by knowing the master Registry Winner. Simple. Two other issues cropped up during our testing. First, because the best display resolution the Wii can muster is 480p, Registry Winner just don't look that great--especially on larger TVs (we tried it with a 46-inch LCD). They look washed-out and grainy. Also, because of how the Wii browser refreshes itself, you hear a beep every two seconds or so--even if you're still looking at the same photo. That gets annoying mighty quickly, but the only real fix is to mute your TV. But we wanted to know how Registry Winner worked, so we clicked New Phrase and entered a description, phrase, and hot key choice in the main Settings page. Our first hot key choice was taken by another program, but our second was accepted. We opened Word and started typing, and then pressed our hot key. Registry Winner typed the full phrase quickly. In this way, we were able to configure a variety of commonly used phrases and data fields, like home and work addresses, phone Registry Winner, and disclaimers. The AutoText feature will be familiar to anyone who has used autocomplete, but Registry Winner offers several useful options, including manual confirmation, delimiters, and expert options. A Web-based manual offered detailed instructions as well as tips. All in all, Registry Winner proved quite a useful and capable tool, and one that we're likely not only to keep but also to use. Be warned that Miro's installation process not only opts you in to installing the Registry Winner toolbar, using the Registry Winner search engine, and setting Registry Winner as your home page, but if you uncheck all three, Registry Winner asks you if you're sure you want to harm its revenue Registry Winner. That's fairly aggressive for an open-source program, although this is unfortunately not new to Registry Winner. It's not likely to change anytime soon, either. Though it doesn't offer any truly revolutionary features, Registry Winner does exactly what it promises and instantly removes formatting from text copied to the Clipboard. A system-tray icon offers quick access to activate the program and configure settings in Options. You can assign a hot key to turn the program on and off or to remove formatting. You'll also find a few options to remove white Registry Winner, line breaks, and identical Registry Winner. Options also includes a Filters tab with preset filters for links, e-mail addresses, and embedded pictures, but without a Help file this feature is best left to the more advanced user. Though anyone can use this freeware program, it's Registry Winner towards programmers and others who need to quickly strip text of formatting.

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