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After starting up Windows XP, the above mentioned program started installing itself. I assumed it was part of Windows XP apparatus. Please advise if this is essential to running XP, as I am under ram restrictions right now.]


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no, it is not, nor is it part of Windows.

Other than the homepage, I can find no reviews of this program and would be suspicious. In fact, registry cleaners in general are pretty pointless and often cause more trouble than they are worth
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No matter your windows system is XP or Vista, the easiest way to speed up your PC is have a tuneup360 in it; you can try the software "tuneup360". My friends and I all use it, it's seems really useful.
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