About RegCure Pro
RegCure Pro is downloadable computer optimization software which claims to give any PC the necessary tools to fix, clean, and optimize for increased speed and peak performance.
RegCure Pro is a registry cleaner. This is a type of software designed specifically for Microsoft Windows systems, meaning that it is not compatible with Mac computers. The software removes redundant or unwanted items from your Windows registry, which can increase the speed and efficacy of your computer.
The need for registry cleaners is widely debated. While PCs are prone to storing duplicate files and this can have an impact on your computer’s performance, if you are having computer trouble it is usually not solely due to issues with registry files.
This is why RegCure Pro promotes itself as having the added features necessary to solve all of your computer’s problems, not just those associated with registry issues.
According to their website, the Paretologic RegCure Pro can fix system errors, oversee the removal of malware and spyware, optimize your PC’s memory, clean clutter, delete privacy files, improve your start up times, identify a potential virus, and more.
This software usually costs $39.97, but their website states that you can get a discounted price currently, and purchase the software for $29.97 for a single computer. You do have the option, as well, as for purchasing the program for up to 10 different computers.
If for any reason you have complaints or are not satisfied with your software, the website says that you have 30 days in which to cancel your purchase and collect a refund.
If you have any experience with this product, please leave your RegCure Pro reviews below.
5 ‘RegCure Pro’ Reviews
I cant really say that I "hate" or even dislike RegCure because the setup software would not let me register the program and to use/test RegCure I first have to register
Couple of years ago, with my new computer, I thought to avail myself of their services, so I could be completely safe. Their sweep showed multiple problems! A couple of guys in Florida in the middle of the night persuaded me I should let them take remote control of my mouse. When I saw the curser moving around of its own accord, I got really scared. I thought My God, they're going to get into my programs, my passwords, etc. etc. I dismissed them, and unloaded the software. Yesterday I was informed they'd be renewing my license yet again automatically which they say they do twice a year. I called. Endless waiting, so I hung up. I've emailed them to say if their charges go through I 'd be instructing Amex to delete them. I'm amazed they're still in business, unchecked. I got into the Mac universe, and dumped my PC.
I had heard of "RegCure Pro" from "ParetoLogic" awhile back. Because it was considered a registery cleaning software that also performed antivirus and antimalware searches and supposedly cleaned up any "junk files" most computers accumulate over time, I decided to give it a try. As stated by "Jay", once I ran the software program, I recorded what it initial found on its first competed sweep. It came up with a few registry problems, no virus or malware detections, about 26 privacy concerns, and about 612 junk files. A statement at the top of the sweep screen indicated that my system was in "poor condition" and needed to be fix/cleaned. I allowed it to clean my system, which requires a "system reboot" in order to complete the cleaning process. After the supposed cleanup was finished, the RegCure Pro software indicated that my system was now in "good condition", and the status gauge indicator (located at the top right corner of the screen) was in the "GOOD"/ green sector of the gauge.
However, before doing anything else on my system, I immediately performed another sweep of my system. I wanted to see if the system status would still show "good/green" as indicated after I cleaned it up on the first scan. Again, the RegCure Pro software still found problems, but considered my system good, but not as good as stated in the first scan. I then allowed the software to clean up my system again (second time), and when it was completed, I immediately performed 2 more sweeps (a total of 4 sweeps were performed, back-to-back), and every sweep produced different results. In the 3rd sweep, all of sudden my system's operation was considered serious and in the 'yellow" zone. And on the 4th sweep, the sweep indicated that I had even "Privacy and Junk" files that needed to be cleaned up than it did on any of the previous sweeps...even more than the very 1st sweep! I was then convinced that RegCure Pro was bogus. I immediately went to the "Safecart" website and cancelled my subscriptions to RegCure Pro and "Advanced Technical Support". If you currently have this software, I highly recommend you perform a series of cleaning sweeps with it to see if it comes up with different sweep results after each sweep. I know there are much better registry cleaning and antivirus/anti-malware software applications available. Hope this helps, and good luck!
Poor Software Support and NO REFUND SO DON'T ASK
Software not usable.... support poor..... no communication.
DON'T ASK FOR REFUND.. YOU WONT GET ANY RESPONSE.
Good software - misleading sales tactics
While I will accept the the software does what it says and does it well, I find their sales tactics are quite misleading.
After purchasing Regcure Pro I received an email stating that I needed to call their 888 number to activate the product. Little did I realize that the activation code was included later in the body of the email and that calling was NOT REQUIRED.
Upon calling the number, they logged on to my system remotely and proceeded to look further into my system. This dragged on for some time as their rep found multiple issue with my system. I don't dispute the errors or that they would be qualified to fix them.
What I take exception to is that the reason they want you to call is so they can sell you repair and maintenance service. They make you wait as they show you whats wrong with your machine and avoid direct questions about what the are doing - which is setting you up for a sale.
This is no better than shady used car sales tactics from the 70's.
For the sake of principle, I will be cancelling my subscription. I simply will not do business with any company that engages in misleading its customers.