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Thread: Registry Cleaner

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    What's the best registry cleaner around? I've heard that RegCleaner 4.3 is quite good.

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    does spy sweeper and adawar clean registrys also??

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    Ad-aware scans the registry but I don't think it deletes any obsolete keys.

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    I use regscrubxp...

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    I use Ad-aware but heard it's not that good. Most people recommend Spybot to me, but I find it not very user friendly.

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    Originally posted by Scattershot@7 September 2003 - 07:16
    I use Ad-aware but heard it's not that good. Most people recommend Spybot to me, but I find it not very user friendly.
    Wrong thread!! This was a question about "reg cleaners". Not spyware removers.


    @ Amarjit- jv16 power tools is very good. It will search the registry using the common program name or the .dll names or whatever you like.

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    Regcleaner is good enough. If you prefer more features go for JVPowerTools although today it is shareware. Used to be Freeware.
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    I used a program called Registry Mechanic and it works like a charm, it's shareware, but I'd be happy to give anyone the serial.

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    You have got to go with Tuneup Utilities, lovely little program.

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    Originally posted by Amarjit@7 September 2003 - 11:28
    I used a program called Registry Mechanic and it works like a charm, it's shareware, but I'd be happy to give anyone the serial.
    i got that it was cool, sure could use that serial #

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