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registry cleaners & optimizers


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What registry cleaners do u use? What's the best?
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I think the best for me (My Oppinion) Would have to be "Registry Fix v.3" it works great and it really does help to speed up some applications.
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I use CCleaner Its free and It does a great job of cleaning your registry it even has otehr features. The only down side is that it dosnt remove adware in the registry but then again it wasnt designed to do that :tazz:
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What do u think about systweak's advanced system optimizer 2? Is it better than windows registry repair pro from 3b software?
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Registry Mechanic is the one I'm using. But you have to pay for the full version. It's really good but I haven't tried any others so I can't really say which one's the best.
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CCleaner and WinASO Registry Optimizer are both excellent programs, although the latter features a pro version that you'll have to pay for. It has a trial version, however, which works equally well, except for the fact that you can only fix ten errors at a go, so scanning and fixing can be a tad tedious at times.

Edited by cassykins, 12 September 2005 - 02:02 AM.

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If you use CCleaner, always take the option to make a back up when using the scan for issues
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If you aren't 100% sure what you are doing, do NOT use any registry cleaner, or at the very least...listen to Keith and make a backup. I have a user right now who has to reformat because she didn't set the options properly with RegSeeker. :tazz:

You can do serious damage to your computer with reg cleaning programs if you are not very careful.
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