Registry Reviver has been around a few years as a Windows registry cleaner by ReviverSoft. ReviverSoft was founded in 2009 and was acquired by Corel in 2014.
Registry Reviver claims to help users optimize the Windows registry by scanning their computer for any potential registry issues, then fixing found issues. Initial and periodic scans are performed to maintain the health of the computer. It includes a deep scan and a restore option, manual fix of each type of registry item. Registry Reviver is delivered electronically and is made for operating systems (32/64Bit) Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, and XP.
Registry Reviver can be downloaded for free. This is the trial version only but it will still allow you to perform a full scan of your computer, repairing the first 25 issues at no cost. You will learn the health of your computer as well as the status of your Windows Registry to determine if you would like to purchase the full version. When purchasing the full version at $29.99 per year, you will receive a license key. The license key will unlock full access to optimization tools along with dedicated email support from the company. Also included is a one-click fix of all registry items. The annual subscription fee will automatically renew in plenty of time to prevent any lapse in service.
Customers that have decided to cancel Registry Reviver because they no longer need it, or for any other reason, keep reading for instructions on how to do so. We have included in this article a step-by-step guide on contacting the company plus the personal data they will ask you for when you do.