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Registry Supreme or Registry Mechanic?

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I am presently looking at purchasing a quality Registry Cleaner. My brother has been using Registry Supreme with its backup feature after he does just a normal clean and finds that it does not really fix what he had selected and what the program inidicated it had done.
I would be using the program in the same sense, I would like to do a clean after I uninstall a program to clean out remnants left over.
So I decided to do a post here to get experienced comments.
Any deep cleaning and review of the registry is done by our office techie.

I look forward to all comments, thankyou
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i Use Tune UP Utilities 2006 to take care of my system i bought it and its worth it better than Registry Mechanic

I have tested the Registry Mechanic and i dont think it actually does anything its like its scanning but not removing it Really but tune up 2006 DOES

Trial Version here: http://www.download....tml?tag=lst-0-2 ( 30 Day i think )


Edited by NvidiaDude, 08 December 2005 - 03:36 AM.

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