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Windows 7: Recommended Registry Cleaner for Win 7 64bit

02 Dec 2009   #11
senthil

windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

CC Cleaner is the best, if you want some more deeper use Comodo system cleaner its free as well!

download from here!
System Cleaner Tools - Disk Registry Cleaner Software | Comodo


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02 Dec 2009   #12
BillS22

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Thanks All.
Bill
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02 Dec 2009   #13
noyb

XP MCE .... XP Pro 64 .... W7 U x64
 
 

The only Reg Cleaner I would recommend using ... Is a Fresh install of Windows.
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02 Dec 2009   #14
tompc3

Win7 64bit Ultimate
 
 

I am currently using jv16 power tools to keep my registry tidy on my XP and Vista
64bit machines.. I will be trying this on my win 7 64bit machine tonight..

jv16 PowerTools - Registry Cleaner & Windows Utility Product | Macecraft Software
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02 Dec 2009   #15
RadioJoe

Windows 7 Pro 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cheeriokilla View Post
Although, I've heard some very good things about RegSeeker.
I've seriously hosed my system with that one. User beware!
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02 Dec 2009   #16
howiewho

win 7
 
 

I use regvac since xp, works on 7 . I haven't had any problems. Create a system restore point.
ccleaner cleans up temp files, I rarely use it because it erases history.cache
, password files, game history. Regvac is free but ask you to buy.
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02 Dec 2009   #17
Orpheous

XP Pro/Vista Ultimate (64)/Windows 7 Ultimate Signature Edition(64)
 
 

Read the quick guide to CCleaner
and the check boxes documentation page. Ifyou don't want it to clear your cache etc., you can just use the registry ccleaner by itself instead. I also find that the tools section generally loads faster than Windows' Programs and Features or Add/Remove Programs functions, and accesses the same uninstallers. The Startup section also appears less daunting than msconfig's for most users. I have it installed on a usb stick and use it regularly on older computers at work
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03 Dec 2009   #18
brother

Windows 7 premium
 
 

Hi, I use Auslogics Registry Cleaner.
It's free, works on Windows 7 64bit, and you can restore your last clean....but I've
never had to do that.
You can download it from here:
Free Registry Cleaner - Free Registry Repair and Cleanup from Auslogics
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03 Dec 2009   #19
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Have used CCleaner monthly for 7 years without a single issue, Disk and Registry

Likewise Auslogics free Defraggers, the state of the art, Disk and Registry

7 years too for Avast free Home AV, on over 100 machines without a single issue or virus.
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03 Dec 2009   #20
jimbo45

Linux CENTOS 7 / various Windows OS'es and servers
 
 

Hi all
Why on earth do people insist on using these tools -- eventually they only lead to tears.

If your registry needs "cleaning" then the ONLY safe solution is as a previous poster has pointed out is a WINDOWS NEW CLEAN INSTALL.

In any case if you follow these simple guidelines you should never have registry problems.

1) Before installing ANY software - Image your system (that's why I'd always keep an OS on a separate partition to the data etrc).

2) install the software.

3) if it doesn't work restore the image from the backup -- no messing about with "Un-installs" etc etc.

For people with more time etc I'd use a VIRTUAL machine, install and test on that if possible and then if OK install on your real machine --still of course taking a backup image BEFORE the install.

Taking these image dumps with decent imaging software such as ACRONIS (or even Windows 7 itself) doesn't take much extra time and saves a lot of problems.

How do you know if malware / spyware or worse isnn't added to the registry by these so called "cleaners". Avoid like the plague.

Cheers
jimbo
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