A ScreenMaster is a Registry Cleaner/Registry Repair utility for Windows operating systems. It's not one of those obscure little utilities like RegistryEasy, etc. that you have to load up before your computer even boots up - ScreenMaster is very much a professional-grade Window XP tool. ScreenMaster was created by a professional software company, but it's a very easy-to-use tool for restoring your PC's stability and performance. If you're looking for a quality Windows XP registry tool or registry repair tool (and if you're on Windows XP), then ScreenMaster is the one to get.
The main screen in ScreenMaster looks like a full-fledged PC utility or control panel, with a large, scrolling Windows side pane. Beneath the Windows side pane, however, is where ScreenMaster really gets cracking, providing several useful key features to help you keep your PC running efficiently and optimally. ScreenMaster has many hidden features that are tucked away within the program's interface, but can be accessed via its "shapless" screen exploit, which allows you to see all the inner workings of your Windows system without any visible icons, pop-ups, or clutter. By typing into the "shapless" field, you'll be able to see all the registry keys that are associated with each individual program on your system. This is especially useful for finding out what programs are using up most of your system's resources, and what you can do to clean them up.
ScreenMaster also has a number of tools that allow you to take screen shots of your system in different resolutions and with various settings. You can take screenshots at various sizes, from tiny little icons to whole screen images. You can create screenshots from your desktop, or even take ScreenMaster snapshot images while your computer is not running. With the screenshots you create, you'll be able to go into ScreenMaster and restore any settings that were lost while you were working with ScreenMaster. The ScreenMaster snapshot option will work best for people who want to restore a specific part of their screen.