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i've heard about a program called 'error killer' that fixes all the problems in the registry.

i've heard mixed reviews about, and just want to know if the program works properly and its not fake?

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It's our policy on GeeksToGo! not to recommend the use of any Registry cleanup utilities since they have the potential to remove the wrong information contained there which could 'break' Windows, leaving you in a worse situation than before. It's generally best to leave the Registry alone unless a Registry-related error persists. in which case we can help you fix it with detailed instructions.

With regard to 'Error Killer' it doesn't correct errors found until you pay the registration fee to 'unlock' it. I have seen reviews elsewhere which says the trial version deliberately finds non-existent errors in order to fool you into buying it because it seems to be doing a good job. I wouldn't want a utility like that for free, let alone pay for it.
Leave the Registry alone unless and until you have a persisitent error which you have reason to believe is in the Registry.
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