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When I got my computer, I found out that I did not have disk clean up....Is that ok? I have had my computer for about 3 - 4 years I think.

I have noticed that in my Registry Editor, there are some programs in there that I have downloaded long time ago and uninstalled them long time ago too...and are in the registry editor....is that ok???? or does it take up space in my computer too???

like messengers, kazaa, stuff like that...and some look like adware,spyware or something...and i do have an adware remover.....

is there anything i can do??? <_<
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When I got my computer, I found out that I did not have disk clean up....Is that ok?

That's normal. Only XP has disk cleanup.

I have noticed that in my Registry Editor, there are some programs in there that I have downloaded long time ago and uninstalled them long time ago too...and are in the registry editor....is that ok????

Likely they aren't causing any harm, and taking very little space. If they really bother you, we don't recommend editing your registry, but there are a number of free registry cleaners available.
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