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Windows 7: Please advise on leftovers from a re install (screenshot)


17 May 2014   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 
Please advise on leftovers from a re install (screenshot)

Hi everyone, forgive me if this is the wrong forum but the ccleaner forum was not helping me understand this unfortunately.

This is what i am faced with after a reinstall , where do i start and what do i do with all this , save it to a compressed folder ?

Thank you, the computer is running fine but i don't know if i need to correct all these.

Thanks for any help



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17 May 2014   #2

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Windows 7 SP1, Home Premium, 64-bit
 
 

The best thing you can do is ignore it.

If you "corrected" all of it, the chances of you noticing any difference is very small.

There is some risk to correcting. Possibly small, but it's there.

Why take any risk when the chances of noticeable benefit are very small?

If you had a 1 in 10 chance of having a noticeable benefit and a 1 in 10,000 chance of doing harm, maybe you'd take the chance. But I don't think those are the odds you face.

Additionally: if you correct all of that stuff and nothing bad happens, you'll be encouraged to continue to correct more stuff in the future---increasing the chance that you'll sooner or later do something you wish you hadn't done. All for little or no benefit. I realize that can be hard to do if you are at all obsessive/compulsive----I have those tendencies myself.

Concentrate on the other tools in CCleaner, particularly the regular "cleaner" section.

On the other hand---if you ever get Macrium figured out, you may feel more willing to take these types of chances since you think you could restore. But on yet another hand, Macrium or any other imaging/recovery program can fail too.
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17 May 2014   #3

Windows 7 Professional x64 Linux Mint 16
 
 

Click on fix selected issues.

It will not hurt anything, you don`t want a bunch of duplicates or strays in the registry.

And keep fixing it until there are no issues left.
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18 May 2014   #4

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

If it was my computer I would select Fix It.
Then it offers you the chance to save. Select save.
After a week and every thing is still working properly remove the saved Ccleaner file from your computer.
It has always worked for me using Ccleaner.

Their are other options. I use all of them along with Ccleaner.

Disk Cleanup - Open and Use


Disk Cleanup : Extended


Windows Updates - Remove Outdated Updates in Windows 7

After doing all the this I do a defrag if it's not a SSD after a fresh install of Windows using Windows 7 built in defrag tool.
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18 May 2014   #5

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Thanks everybody, one more question, is this type of thing common after a re install?

Thanks again
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18 May 2014   #6
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CCleaner is utterly trustworthy, perhaps the most highly regarded little tool in tech.

We've never had a verified case here that I've seen of CCleaner causing any problems. It's not something that needs to be run obsessively, but perhaps monthly or quarterly depending upon how much it finds to clean up when run.

I often have a gig of schmutz to clean up after a fresh install, mainly staging files from Windows Update. So its also a good timet o run it. I follow CCleaner with Puran Defrag Free Edition Boot Time Defrag with Full Disk Check, enabling Intelligent Optimizer on the Additional Operations tab which moves most-used files to the outer edge of the hard drive for faster reads. A Boot Time defrag includes Systems Files which is real bang for your buck. I've seen it speed up boot times by a full minute.
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18 May 2014   #7

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Thank you i will give it a try .
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