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I have just scanned the registry and now have a list. I dont no what to delete now as i dont want to mess up my computer. A little help please :tazz:
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No problem deleting anything. Just make sure RegSeeker has the Backup Before Deletion checked at the bottom left before you clean up. It usually has picked up paths no longer there, file extensions not used, filetypes not used, extensions not used, unused 'open with' entry, obsolete start menu item, etc.. If you've chosen to look for obsolete *.exe stuff, you may find a lot of these.

You may want to run RegSeeker several times until it comes up clean. I use RegClean and really like it. One of the more useful freeware programs out there.

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