AMUST Registry Cleaner 2.0

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  1. Brandon

    Brandon Registered Member

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    I just bought AMUST Registry Cleaner, so far it fixed 537 entries with no problems sofar. First I made a backup within AMUST and Erunt just in case..then scanned and fixed. A great product I say :)
     
  2. Franklin

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    Never heard of Amust till I saw this thread and decided to give it a go.

    Had allways used Registry Mechanic which I ran first after the install of Amust.RM found 3 items.

    Ran Amust and it found 753 items which I allowed to be fixed as my ghost images make me brave.Compacted reg with Amust and made a ghost image.

    After a coupla hours of running through what I usually do there seems to be no probs.Things do seem snappier,even with a gig of ram.

    But it could be mindgames owing to the large amount of entries fixed and a rather large compaction figure as well.

    Well if Amust has done what it states with no problems arising I would rate it as an excellent reg tool.:thumb:
     
  3. Heco

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    Weird.. i downloaded and installed AMUST. After rebooting, i ran AMUST and it found NOTHING to repair. I only received a compliment message after the scanning process:D ...
    With ACE Utilities or Registry Mechanic i always get some errors to be fixed.
     
  4. pvsurfer

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    Sometimes, less is more (or at least safer)!
     
  5. hollywoodpc

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    Don't you just LOVE products that have nothing to update it with ? Amust is out for me . RH is much better on my system AND Amust cannot be updated within the program itself . That is poor design . VERY poor !
     
  6. pvsurfer

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    hollywood~ I would agree that it's more convenient when a program offers a 'live update' feature, but there are lots of good programs that require you to go to their website to check for and d/l updates. I don't consider that feature to be among the more important issues when deciding on the quality of a particular app. ...but as the saying goes, different folks, different strokes. ;) ~pv
     
  7. Brandon

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    Since Im a user of AMUST, is the "Compacting" feature any good? Does it actually speed up your computer o_O
     
  8. pvsurfer

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    Hi Brandon~ After selecting 'Compact', select 'Analyze' and AMUST will estimate the benefit you will derive by compacting. The first time I used AMUST it estimated 13.5% and after cleaning and compacting, it seemed as if my system was turbocharged! On the other hand, I've compacted when the estimate was under 5% and I can't say I noticed much benefit, so now I don't bother compacting unless the estimate is greater than 5%. This is just based on my experience fwiw...

    Hope that helps. ~pv
     
  9. Brandon

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    Thanks.

    I decided to compact and mine was well over 5%, so I compacted and my computer seems a little bit faster but I assume it works ;)
     
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