jv16 PowerTools 2006

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  1. tepe2

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    I use it since years, excellent utility.
    Never had problems, but i allways check what jv16 wants to do before executing changes, etc.
     
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    Yes, I have and use it. It consists of very powerful file & registry management utilities and because it is very aggressive you should make use of the provided backup capability everytime you do a cleaning (esp the reg)!

    Imho, it is well worth the cost. :thumb:
     
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    Depend on it and thinks it's great.
     
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    Thats all I needed to know.

    Thanks to all of you for quick and helpful answers:)
     
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    Go here and get it for nothing....it's just as good, if not better...

    http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=jv16


    Cochise.
     
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    No problem here, even with the '?' at the end of your link :)
     
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    It's a must have for me... :D
     
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    I used the older freeware version for a while, but the new version has a lot of improvments that make it worth the (nominal) price, IMO. Not the least of which is the central database of items it should NOT remove, which is contributed to by users (making it a lot more safe to use). The latest version has a lot of other great stuff as well, but if all you want is the registry cleaner then just go with RegSupreme/Pro. If you get a license for the full jv16 power tools, however, you can use the powertools, RegSupreme, or RegSupreme Pro on up to 5 computers, which is an awesome deal for $30 if you ask me :)
     
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