What is the best registry cleaner?

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  1. kof

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  2. pugmug

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    Yourself, doing it manually.Make a backup first before you delete anything.
     
  3. Texcritter

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    Hi

    The registry is somewhere I dont like to venture but I have used
    Registry First Aid and Tune up Utilities for quite a long time and
    personally never had a problem yet.
     
  4. WSFuser

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    registry cleaners:

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    i personally like the registry cleaner of ccleaner and ace utilities.
     
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    I've used jv16 PowerTools and it actually screwed up my registry, so I wouldn't recommend it. Now I use System Mechanic. Having some obsolete registry entries is far safer than deleting the necessary ones.
     
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    'RegSeeker' & 'RegHealer' git Rico's endorsement.
     
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    If you haven't bought anything yet to improve the performance of ur pc then get TuneUp Utilities 2007. It has lots of tweaking functions suitable for beginners and non-technos....that is aside from being a great Registry Cleaner it also has many features that will blow your mind off. Its new Disk Explorer features really is one of their big additions for this new version. :cool: ;)

    I'm hoping they'll also add a speedy defragmenter into this super-program to make this a complete pc friendly machine. :D ;)
     
  8. Pedro

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    I use 3 free reg cleaners. They all suck. Why? I still found references to all programs i installed!
    Sure, they find lots of things, but not what i want to be found, like all the uninstalled program entries!

    On the other side, there's paid products. Maybe they do it. But i trialed some, and hey, there's still those entries...

    So, Regedit, or Registrar Registry Manager.:doubt: (as in, do it yourself...)
    Backup as pugmug said.

    But hey, what do i know?!:blink:
     
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