Registry Cleaners -Do you use any?

Discussion in 'polls' started by tempesto, Apr 6, 2009.


Registry Cleaners - Do you use any one?

  1. I do NOT use a Registry Cleaner.

  2. I use a Registry Cleaner.

  3. I use MORE that One (1) Registry Cleaner.

Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. tempesto

    tempesto Registered Member

    Do you use any Registry Cleaner?
  2. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

    I use Regsupreme Pro. Does a pretty good clean up and has proven safe and reliable.
  3. the Tester

    the Tester Registered Member

    I use System TuneUp and Advanced SystemCare for registry cleaners.
  4. LoneWolf

    LoneWolf Registered Member

    TuneUp Utilities
  5. prius04

    prius04 Registered Member

    jv16 PowerTools.

    Actually, I probably should have voted for "more than 1" since I use CCleaner occasionally.
  6. Tarq57

    Tarq57 Registered Member

    Tweak Now registry cleaner, never had a problem with it, Ccleaner, also very good, only an occasional problem.
  7. pegr

    pegr Registered Member

    TuneUp Utilities and CCleaner.
  8. progress

    progress Guest

    CCleaner :)
  9. Dark_Hanzo

    Dark_Hanzo Registered Member

    Ditto :)
  10. Page42

    Page42 Registered Member

    On two machines I use a combo of three reg cleaners...

    jv16 PowerTools 1.3
    RegCleaner 4.3 (also by Jouni Vuorio)

    I back up and optimize the registry with ERUNT and NTREGOPT.

    I find this combination of tools to be very effective and efficient.
  11. TairikuOkami

    TairikuOkami Registered Member

    I use CCleaner and AusLogics Registry Defrag. I tried many reg cleaners and I have found out, that all good and agresive cause problems and since 1-5% speed improvement is not worth problems, which can result in a few weeks, like BSOD, damaged or slowed Windows or software, I prefer only weak, but safe CCleaner.
  12. YeOldeStonecat

    YeOldeStonecat Registered Member

    CCleaners built in one...use it on messed up systems we're working on. Generally not something I run on a healthy running PCs.
  13. Arup

    Arup Guest

    Haven't' used one on a two year old XPx64 installation, face no issues or slowdowns. I don't do much installs and unistalls, only upgrades of programs installed so probably in my case, its not requisite to use a registry cleaner.
  14. Osaban

    Osaban Registered Member

    I have used RegSupreme Pro for years. I have recently upgraded to jv16 Power Tools 2009, as it was offered free by Macecraft software. With Vista, cleaning old registry entries doesn't seem to have any significant impact in terms of performance as with XP.

    On the other hand jv16 Power Tools has some tweaks, easily reversible, that can indeed speed up Vista, particularly in shut down time.
  15. funkydude

    funkydude Registered Member

    CCleaner is as close as it gets, and as far as I care about going.
  16. InfinityAz

    InfinityAz Registered Member

    jv16 PowerTools 2009
    TuneUp Utilities 2008
    SystemSuite's Registry Cleaner (Fix-It)
  17. RedDawn

    RedDawn Registered Member

    CCleaner and Wise.
  18. Ed_H

    Ed_H Registered Member

    I use JV16 PowerTools
  19. Boost

    Boost Registered Member

    CCleaner :thumb:
  20. raakii

    raakii Registered Member

    The registry cleaner i use Clean my pc.But I dont it use for registry cleaning:)
  21. noone_particular

    noone_particular Registered Member

    If MRU Blaster qualifies, it's the only one I'm using.
  22. JRViejo

    JRViejo Global Moderator

    CCleaner. I like its passive nature and registry item removal backup, should something go wrong, which never has.
  23. Judge Dee

    Judge Dee Guest

    Used to use Eusing, but finally decided to heed most people's warnings. Now it's the less aggressive CCleaner.
  24. twl845

    twl845 Registered Member

    FYI - I checked my Regsupreme Pro for updates yesterday, and it said they are discontinuing it, and they will give you a free copy of Jv16 Powertools2009 in a download if you want it. :cool:
  25. Bob D

    Bob D Registered Member

    That's a good deal. Took advantage of it a couple weeks back.
    Besides it, I also use Hoverdesk's RegSeeker.
    (I find it curious each program finds different useless registry entries.)