=== is Registry Cleaner easy to use ?

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by minnow, Apr 13, 2006.

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  1. minnow

    minnow Registered Member

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    guys at TalkGold forum say its TRICKY to clean
    hit wrong button + ya gotta restore harddrive :mad:

    are all reg cleaners like A/Vs -push start button + let it go ?

    hav ya even heard of Deluxe Version of X-Cleaner?
     
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  2. WSFuser

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    well registry cleaners can sometimes delete entries that are necessary. ive never had a problem with any registry cleaner, but u should use the registry backup feature of said cleaner first.

    as for x-cleaner deluxe, is this the product ur looking for?
     
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    yea thats the 1 - has long :blink: list of bonuses for ONLY $20

    or is F-Secure better to detect change ATTEMPTS to reg ?
     
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    Never heard of that one, but I never had problems with Ace Utilities, RegSupreme or TuneUp Utilities. :)
    Haven't used F-Secure, although my provider offers it to their members.
    Have a look at RegDefend too and you'll also find its support forum right here. :cool:
     
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    think I saw X-cleaner in this forum o_O
    Ive tried RedDefend + this was my post in ther

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=124654
    so I went to the Add/Remove Programs list + hav removed RegDefend == all that stuff I tried sumhow closed it + allowed me to get rid of it since test #2 didnt work for me = I had no way of knowing IF it was protecting my registry :blink: maybe it wuz - sort of o_O I never needed it before so i'll survive w/o it :isay: how bout you ?

    now Im gonna contact Registry Cleaner + make tham giv me a uninstall
    they want $30 for wut SpySweeper did FREE :blink: :eek:
     
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    Sure it's protecting your registry, that's why you get those pop-ups. It alerts you, so you can block or allow it.
    I for sure wouldn't want to be without it. It also gives an additional layer to my defenses, same for AppDefend. :cool:
    What has Registry Cleaner to do with Spy Sweeper o_O
    Sorry, but I'm having a hard time understanding what you wrote down.

    Spy Sweeper is an anti-spyware which protects your system and scans for spyware.
    Registry Cleaner only cleans your registry, so that's not the same.

    If you want to pay for a registry cleaner, buy TuneUp Utilities, you won't regret it.
    TUU is really very easy to use and it even has a 1-Click maintenance button. :cool:

    Of course it's your decision. ;)
     
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