Remember their attitude about Windows 2000 Professional? The same story continues to today where we expect you to learn the registry structure and more.
It's that simple.
When my brand new Dell PC wth Vista business OS installed suddenly started to take ages to start up, I knew from previous experience that its probably due to a lot of unwanted applications running at start-up or that something was corrupting my registry.
I decided to use the tools included with Vista to remove the unwanted programs at start up and found them to be very good indeed. I then searched the web for any Vista tweak tools but there weren't any really that I wanted. However, one site that advertises a registry fix tool (tttp://www.advancedregistryfix.com) actually raised a very interesting question in one of thier press releases.
Why has Microsoft not included a registry fix utility with their operating system, considering its such an important maintenance routine that should be done regularly and probably the one thing that causes PCs to crash? How come they never included a utilily in their Vista Operating system to do this task? They have include a whole host of others tools, so why not a registry fix utility?
Or have I simply not found it amongst all the other tools included in Vista or is it simply missing the point?
I would be curious to know peoples thoughts on this.