You can exclude registries in JV16, so that they are not reported again in the "Registry Cleaner" and this is well done in JV16 with all possible selection methods : one-by-one selection, multiple selections and select all. If you can exclude registries, you also must be able to undo exclusions. JV16 works with menus and screens, so I thought it would be easy to find how to undo excluded registries. After all JV16 is supposed to be userfriendly. But I couldn't find it on the main menu or in the "Registry Cleaner", So I had to ask Macecraft (didn't know there was a forum) via email, how to do it. After a few days I got an answer by email : I expected for undo exclusions, a view screen with select-boxes and buttons, just like for removal of registries, but instead of that I had to go to C:\Program Files\jv16 PowerTools 2006\Settings\SuperRegIgnoreList.dat Open that file with "Notepad" and remove the entries myself. Notepad is a dangerous tool to update a database, anything is allowed in Notepad because Notepad is nothing more than an editor. I'm not planning to use JV16 PowerTools 2006 or RegSupreme Pro v1.2 or RegSupreme v1.4 Such a poor programming is unacceptable for me nowadays.