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Windows 7: I used a Registry Cleaner

02 Oct 2010   #21
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by payne9999 View Post
I have tried a strategy for a while now that seems to work. I don't mess with the registry unless it is absolutely needed and I am pretty certain I know what I am doing. Then whenever I uninstall software I don't want, I use the free version of revo uninstaller. It seems to do a really great job of uninstalling cleanly and it shows you all the leftover files and gives you the option of deleting all of them. Seems to work way better than the standard windows utility.

So far I don't use any registry cleaners. Time will tell though.
Revo Uninstaller is a very good and safe tool. I use and a lot of us here recommend it.


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02 Oct 2010   #22
gaz

Windows 7 X64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by karlsnooks View Post
I am a hard and heavy user of CCleaner. I have never had any problems caused by CCleaner, which incidentally is on the MS "approved" list.

To have problems is not unusual and many are the machinations of many users, but if you seriously believe that your problems came from CCleaner, then by all means contact them. They will be more that glad to hear from you.

I use CCleaner, not to "clean" the registry but to let me know what some programs have tried to implant into my registry. I've detected malware simply by running CCleaner and Auslogic's registry cleaner.

When I remove a program, then I expect the program's uninstall feature to clean up behind itself. Most don't with Microsoft being one of the very worst offenders.
Do you use the CCEnhancer as well???
Add more programs to CCleaner
Added quiet a few to mine


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