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Windows 7: The best registry cleaner, which one?

03 May 2011   #11
Coke Robot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Coke Robot View Post
Honestly, just cleaning out corrupted registry entries isn't going to reap a big performance reward. The bigggie with registry maintenance is defragmenting the registry. It's like deleting some program files and/or a bunch of music off your hard drive, it will leave your hard drive fragmented. So, one must defrag.

I personally use and install Clean My PC 4.37 for that purpose. It has a registry cleaner AND a defragmenter to 'fix it up'.:)

Also, I stand by it since I have it installed on about 12 separate machines and it always resolves Windows performance issues. The fact is that the Windows registry does get messed, but that doesn't mean that re-installing Windows is the only option. I would die.

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