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Should I purchase the Uniblue Registry Booster 2012 that popped-up WITHOUT solicitation?
It ran a free scan and found a total of 182 errors in my computer. I agreed to correct 15 errors for free.
Should I purchase the package offer? Is it a one-time purchase (it does not specify), or is it a periodic charge to a credit card? I don't have any particular problem with the computer.
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Registry boosters do little to improve your computer's performance and in many cases can cause harm to the stable operation of your computer and in some cases can render a computer unbootable.

It is a shame that they have resorted to scare tactic pop-ups to trick people into buying their product.

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