RegCure is the scam of scams. Unfortunately, it doesn't do much good to find enlightenment AFTER you've purchased a dangerous and fraudulent product. This is what I learned from intensive research. I just hope you will not repeat my mistake.
1. NO registry cleaner is truly effective. Save your money. If you use Windows XP, Norton Utilities WinDoctor can actually fix problems and help your computer run more efficiently. I've used it for years, and this is not a paid endorsement.
2. Out of curiosity, I ran RegCure five times in a row. Each time it found multiple errors that didn't crop up on the first pass. This is the clever way RegCure markets its bogus software. It entices you to try a "free scan" that will always find problems. Naturally, you can't eliminate the problems unless you buy the product.
3. There seems to be no way to get your money back. The company does not reply to e-mails and there's no contact info for cancellation.
4. DO NOT UNINSTALL RegCure. Best thing to do is uncheck all the preference blocks and set the automatic scan to dates in the past. Then just leave it. One automatic scan crashed my computer, destroyed my desktop and left me with different fonts on my display after I ran System Restore. It also impacted my media players and the damage continues. Do not run RegCure Backup either. You'll be playing with fire.
5. It is a smart scam because it victimizes frantic people who have computer problems and aren't sophisticated or brave enough to use Regedit. The marketing is very persuasive with "testimonials" that appear legitimate. That's how they steal your money.
I've learned the parent company has over 100 employees and is located in Canada. It makes you wonder what fraud is next. Maybe a related program like "RegCure Professional." You'll pay $59 for that one, and they'll take $69. Sorry about the lengthy complaint, but it's all factual and these people should be prosecuted.