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Looking for a free Registry Cleaner...

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Holly3278, Sep 1, 2004.

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  1. Holly3278

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    Hi everyone. I am looking for a free but safe registry cleaner. Any recommendations?
     
  2. roban

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    Regseeker. /http://www.snapfiles.com/get/regseeker.html
     
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    If you decide to use RegSeeker 1.35.1203, don't delete ANY of the red entries and don't delete any of the green entries that are associated with Microsoft products, such as Office, Works, Picture It, etc.. All of the other green entries are probably okay to delete.

    I find EasyCleaner 2.06.373 to be safer to use. The "Registry" and "Unnecessary" functions are the ones you'll want to make use of.
     
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    i use tweaknow reg cleaner. i worked good and was very easy to use.it can be found at download.com
     
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