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Thread: Registry Cleaners

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    has anyone ever had a bad experience with a registry cleaner? like, maybe it deleted a registry entry that you really needed. has that ever happened to you? i dled Regmechanic from download.com. i hope i don't do anythign i will regret.

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    It hasnt happend to me, I use Ace Utilities, it has filters so it keeps the important keys.

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    I wouldn't worry about it to much. I use jv powertools 4 and i search clean reg all the time. I even delete the ones it says they may not be safe to delete. Never had a problem also all of them usually undo option. They are safe for the most part.

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    i use a freeware (regseeker) and b4 that aa tools, never had a prob with either
    one, and most progs should have a backup feature in case you do need to restore
    somethin (just check to see if mechanics has one) pretty sure it does, if not
    get one of the afore mentioned progs (jv or ace) heard good things bout em,
    just too lazy to hunt em down (the freebie's workin for me)
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    A fully functional registered cracked Jv16 powertools is available on suprnova via bittorrent. Only one i know of that is pre cracked. Works great

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    jv16 PowerTools isn't for novices. Ace Utilities is idiot proof. I use both.

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    hasnt anyone cracked AA tools


    proud to be american

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    Try google/ AA Tools fm9fy (any common reg part from a popular software will work here)
    It should bring up a list of crack and warez sites that have it.

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    the best registry tool imho is a combination of>1. regedit and 2. years of experience(regwisdom)


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    Originally posted by MediaSlayer@20 November 2003 - 02:10
    the best registry tool imho is a combination of>1. regedit and 2. years of experience(regwisdom)
    Nobody asked for your snotty opinions. This thread is about automated registry cleaning software.

    I use RegSupreme. It's very fast, very thorough and very idiot-proof.

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