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grandpa

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Hi

Has anyone used this reistry editor, and is it safe to let it loose. try this link www.vtoy.fi/jv16/

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Grandpa
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actually, i think this site strongly supports CleanUp -it's an excellent cleaner which cleans out all registry including internet and recent file lists

you can get it by clicking on the DO YOU SUSPECT A MALWARE link which is at the top of the forum pages

Edited by aldaros23, 17 November 2005 - 08:40 PM.

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cleanup is a temporary file clean. does not do anyting for the registry.

Yes the jv power tools are an excellent choice. they have been around for some time.
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Hi starjax

Presumably jv16 is safe to let loose on the registry.

I really don't understand the registry, but would like to clean it up, and thought jv16 would be good, can I just let it do its thing?


Many thanks

Grandpa
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