What measures do you take to stave off an imminent system failure? Generally, it is recommended to stop all the user-generated processes, quit running applications, and wait until system resolves all the deadlocks. Going through such a lengthy procedure to take unload apps, services, and other threads off the memory blocks may reinstate your system back to normal, but what if there are issues with system related services. How would you tackle problems related with core system services, prefetch files, registry settings etc? A simple yet effective solution is provided by RefreshPC. It is a small tool which not only refreshes the system but attempts to resolve issues by resetting Windows services, cleaning Temp folders and prefetch files and by optimizing only system specific registry keys.
All that is required is to launch the application and click Refresh My Windows 7 Settings. It will attempt to resolve issues by resting Windows System Services and Windows Registry Settings to default settings and by cleaning Temp and Windows Prefetch data. Moreover, according to developer, it can also reduce errors in Windows Event viewer and fix other service misconfigurations which may be causing slow boots.
Once it’s done with refreshing and cleaning process, a restart prompt will pop up, click OK to reboot your system. Hopefully, you system will start behaving normally. If you are trying to restore your system back to original factory state, we would recommend using this app after following our guide on how to reset Windows 7 to original factory settings.
RefreshPC works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. Both 32-bit and 64-bit OS are supported.