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mridang_agarwal

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Hey guys,
I'm looking for a real nice registry cleaner. A lightweight one at. If someone could give me a console based registry cleaner, it'll be awesome. I don't want to install a mammoth sized software for simple task such as cleaning my registry.
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I use CCleaner and it has been good for me. It doesnt do anything fancy though(as far as i know..i could be wrong :whistling:..)
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Easy Cleaner is also very good. It can remove unnecessary files as well as clean the registry. It can tell you what percent of your memory is being used. I have used it for years with no problems.
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I am definitely biased :help:

I have used Registry First Aid for years as well. Lost it once, to another "try-sie" and darn near lost my mind :blink:

It is not freeware, but it is very reasonable, for the work it saves the user...it does the one thing that I demand of any reg cleaner... HUNT AND KILL :whistling: automatically!

I spent a few yrs wandering in the wildness, zapping entries one at a time... With RFA you can enter the key word then let IT do the hunting and the killing in short order. It will do about 68Mb [my present size] in less then a minute... I run it and Norton Windoctor at the same time and in tandem, when I play simple Windows games.

1. Check the reg for errors
2. Defrag the reg
3. Search the reg [this is the one I use most often]
4. Manage the reg
5. Reg snapshots
6. Creates a full reg backup once a day, or whatever number of times you want over a time span
7. Restore reg from a full backup
8. Restore reg from a *.reg backup
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