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Windows 7: 1191 registry issues

29 Oct 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
1191 registry issues

For years i have used Auslogics registry cleaner,i use it every week.Today i used it and it found 10 issues that it backed up then cleaned.But i have just got WISE Registry cleaner,so today After using the usual Auslogic cleaner i ran the new wise reg cleaner for the first time,it found another 1191 issues,Has anyone had any experiance with the Wise reg cleaner ? 1191 issues seems rather a lot,i have done a full registry back up but im wondering if anyone has had the same kind of experiance & might save me a lot of time repairing my registry before it gets decimated by the wise cleaner

I had done a full backup of the registry,so i decided to go with the Wise cleaner result,& clicked the Clean button & all is the Wise reg cleaner must just be a more in depth cleaner.I used the defrag too & reduced the registry size by 21% so maybe the Wise one is just better

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29 Oct 2012   #2

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Win 10 Pro x64

I use the Auslogics one occasionally, if I were you I'd just get rid of the wise reg cleaner.
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29 Oct 2012   #3

Microsoft Windows 10 Professional / Windows 7 Professional

Stay away from registry cleaners/optimizers/etc
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29 Oct 2012   #4

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Stever1 View Post
After using the usual Auslogic cleaner i ran the new wise reg cleaner for the first time,it found another 1191 the Wise reg cleaner must just be a more in depth maybe the Wise one is just better
And brand X reg cleaner might find 2291 issues.

And you would then be asked to believe that brand X is better because it found more issues.

This is the same "logic" that causes people to buy a "300 watt stereo system" rather than a "200 watt stereo system".

If you accept the premise that more is better, you are the customer that advertisers can only dream of.
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