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woldo

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Hello and thanks for reading.

I was wondering if you have a free registry cleaner to suggest. I tried AAA (Advanced Administrative Tools) but it's not free. I found this other one free "registry-cleaner-esell", but I'm waiting a recommendation from you before installing it.

I was attracted by Norton System Works, but I have to buy also the anti-virus and firewall, while I already have and pay for a good one (McAffe)...they don't sell systemworks alone...

Thank you very much for your help

Ciao
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Possibly the most important feature of a registry cleaner is the ability to make a back up before it removes anything

CCleaner is free and has this option, which you must take each time you use it to scan for issues

http://www.filehippo...nload_ccleaner/

Save all the back ups to a folder you create, name them chronoligically so they are easy to use
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Hi Keith and thank you very much for the tip. It works great...it's just the tool I was looking for...

Thank you again

Ciao
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Thank you for letting me know
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