Quote: Originally Posted by mistamontiel
It's bloatware; preinstalled, so now I've uninstalled using it
I've had CCleaner, all I could manage is to kill off restore points to save space..it's a bit complex for me though many would argue it should not..
I go to the Registry section, and there's a bunch of checkboxes to filter what to scan for. I can't open a search box to search for certain keys that may be of no use at all, in this case PC-Doctor
You "uninstalled using it"??? I don't follow that.
I'm not sure what you did. If you simply deleted the PC Doctor folder, I would probably install CCleaner and go to the registry cleaner function on the left side.
Leave all of those boxes on the left checked EXCEPT unused file extensions.
Do an "scan for issues" from the registry cleaner. Inspect each instance it finds. If a finding obviously relates to PC Doctor (by name), then check it and authorize its deletion. You will be given a chance to back up the registry. Say yes to that. Run the registry cleaner several times. It may find a bit more each time. Don't delete anything that isn't obviously related to PC Doctor.
That is better than dealing with regedit directly.
Or did you "uninstall" PC Doctor by some other means than simply deleting its folder?