Posted 29 October 2007 - 12:10 PM
I agree with, quietman7.
Unless you have a particular problem, that requires a registry edit to correct, I would suggest you leave the registry alone.
One of the problems with registry cleaners, is that no 2 are the same.
They each have different criteria, as to what constitutes a "bad" entry.
One might find stuff on your system, that won't cause problems, when removed, while another one will want to remove a file that's necessary, for a program to work.
The problem is, you won't know until it's too late, and your having to reinstall your Operating System.
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