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Is RegistryFix Good Stuff?


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Bluzboy Mike F

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Hi Folks,
I'm thinking of purchasing the RegistryFix v5.0 (Registered version), and was wondering if it's worth the $37.00? I've already installed and tried the Trial version, and it has identified a bunch of problems on my PC. Have any of you used the program, and does it truly work??

Thanks in advance,
Mike
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Compare it with Tune Up 2006, if only to crosscheck the number and type of errors

http://www.tune-up.com
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Thanks for the link. I downloaded the Tune-Up 2006 Trial program. It's definitely a more thorough program than the RegistryFix. I'm considering purchasing it once the trial is up.

Mike
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If you go on to buy Tune Up, basically you pay them for the product key which they allow you to use to download and install it on any PC you use
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a free alternative would be http://www.download....tml?tag=lst-0-3
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