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iTearThisDwn

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hi i just looked in reg edit and there are loads of registry keys i can see from programs i dont have anymore and i was wondering if i could just delete them or could it be dangerous?
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I would recomend you not do that... it could be dangerous, you'd be better of using programs that are safe and do it for you and offer backups like CCcleaner which is free and does much more. look at my signature if you wish to download.
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ive got ccleaner but still there are about 20 things which i hav unistalled still listed. do you know any other programs which might be better?
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If You want you could post your ADD/REMOVE list here and you could go through with someone to remove some programs safely
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another program is registry compressor, that one specializes in that task of removing old unwanted junk.



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P.S. i'll look for the program on the web, i have it but don't remember the web page:happy:
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