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Are programs like "Registry Mechanic" safe to use, or is it wise to stay away form this type of program?
I over heard some Tech Guy that programs Like "Registry Mechanic" can do more harm then good
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Unless you do a lot of programme installing / uninstalling you won't need anything

If you do need one then use one which has a back up option so you can undo changes

The scan for issues part of CCleaner has this option

http://www.ccleaner....oad/builds.aspx

I prefer the slim build (no toolbar) version
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I use Eusing Registry Cleaner. http://www.eusing.co...try_cleaner.htm

CCleaner seems to do a lot more stuff that what I use though. As a matter of fact, I'm going to change over to CCleaner right now..

Edited by DMME, 08 April 2007 - 08:23 AM.

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