The Windows registry has been optimized through the use of the Linux timer based scheduling of system scans. When any changes are made in the file or directory where the software is installed, the SuperF4 system scan initiates and starts the scanning process. It then checks each file individually for its related problem, which may include deletion, modification, or entries in wrong location. After finding the problems, it will prioritize them in the order of their severity, classifying them into priority one to highest priority. Once all problems are identified, the files are marked for manual removal or scheduling for scan in a regular basis.
With the help of this, the SuperF4 will clean up your computer from unwanted and malicious entries that may prevent you from running a specific program on your machine. It can be used as an effective tool against keylogger protection software as well. If you are using a free version, you may prevent the application from running by enabling timercheck, which disables the timer once the scanning process is completed. You can find detailed information on how to disable timer in the product website. Other minor features include support for Windows firewall, an online helpdesk, live support chat, an internet safety guide, and many more.