Vista Keeps Hanging - What Should You Do?

Published: 23rd September 2009
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If your Microsoft Vista keeps hanging for no apparent reason, even on an extremely fast machine, that was freshly installed, and freshly rebooted, then don't panic.

You're not alone. Millions of Windows users across the planet earth share in your plight. Vista, once thought to usher in a new era of Windows computing by addressing all of the problems, shortcomings, and stability issues of its predecessor, Windows XP, actually is plagued by stability issues of its own.

So what should you do if Vista keeps hanging? Of course, most people will just reboot their PC in the hopes that the stability problems will go away upon reboot.

But what if they don't? What does it mean? And what should you do?

More often than not, the primary culprit of a significant percentage of Windows Vista stability issues is a corrupted or unoptimized Windows registry. The Windows registry is your operating system's master database. It's sole function is to act as the central repository for all configuration data about every piece of software and hardware ever installed on or attached to your PC.

So you can imagine that the operating system would be heavily reliant upon the registry being fully optimized and easy to search. Stability problems occur typically if the registry contains errors or the database is simply too big and bloated.

So how can you solve this problem in which Vista keeps hanging?

The solution is to run a registry optimization and repair utility. More often than not, running such a utility can do wonders for giving your PC a much-needed performance boost.
Give your PC a free registry scan and you'll be reaping the benefits of a much more stable, more highly optimized, more robust, and much faster operating system!

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