Wow, just wow! A new version of RegSeeker is out for W7.

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by ratchet, Dec 8, 2012.

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  1. ratchet

    ratchet Registered Member

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    This was one of my all time apps. Try an application, don't like it, remove it then search for any reg keys left behind. I never had a problem with it using that way. Even after I started using Comodo TM, I'd still do uninstalls and RS scans then restore to before the install. I was obsessive! Here it is!
     
  2. Fuzzfas

    Fuzzfas Registered Member

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    Wow, i was using it in XP too. Thanks!
     
  3. Robin A.

    Robin A. Registered Member

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    x86 only.
     
  4. Fuzzfas

    Fuzzfas Registered Member

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    Damn, you 're right, i didn't notice. It hanged at 90% of scan on Win7x64.
     
  5. acuariano

    acuariano Registered Member

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    thanks RS is a great tool
     
  6. berryracer

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    well if it's x86 only it's no use. Who the heck still uses x86 anyway? the world has changed
     
  7. Robin A.

    Robin A. Registered Member

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    As a Registry cleaner, I have used occasionally Registry First Aid. It has had Windows 7 x64 support for at least 2 years. It can be used to search for text strings in the Registry. This function is useful to locate keys introduced and left behind by a software installation, but it must be used with care.

    If the installation doesn´t require reboot, I prefer to use Returnil to "uninstall" completely.
     
  8. ratchet

    ratchet Registered Member

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    Well sorry about that, my joy was short lived!
     
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