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Windows 7: Win Clean opinion?

29 Aug 2015   #1
cajun62234

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Win Clean opinion?

I keep seeing a USB Plug in on QVC which is supposed to revitalize your PC [Clean Registry, etc.]
My question is: Are there any very negative opinions regarding this device; if so, I will not consider it.

Thanks in advance,
Cajun


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29 Aug 2015   #2
AddRAM

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There`s no need for it, if you have issues with your PC, clean it up yourself or just do a clean install.

We`ll help you with anything you need.
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