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Windows 7: Recommended Registry Cleaner for Win 7 64bit

04 Feb 2010   #71
madtownidiot

 

The most effective means of keeping your registry clean is to figure out exactly what applications you want to use, reinstall windows, re-adding those applications in order of frequency of use, then don't change anything.


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04 Feb 2010   #72
reghakr

Windows 7 Pro & Vista Home Premium
 
 

One of the biggest piles of sh*t 've ever heard.

I customize my machine tothe max

Don't add Anything..............what a joke

What percentage of users to you think follow that rule.

Your name suits you.

Sorry, had to get that off my chest.
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04 Feb 2010   #73
madtownidiot

 

Has it ever occurred to you that in a business environment it's necessary to configure machines so they don't slow down over time in order to minimize costs, and that's how it's done.
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04 Feb 2010   #74
pparks1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by reghakr View Post
I customize my machine tothe max

Don't add Anything..............what a joke

What percentage of users to you think follow that rule.
I certainly follow that rule. I try to keep my machines as clean as possible...and I would be willing to bet that a lot of guys on this forum also take efforts to keep their installs neat and tidy. And for those who don't, I'd bet quite a number of them format and reinstall on a fairly regularly basis.

When I play around with new apps I often
1). do it in a VM
2). use the Try and Decide feature of Acronis True Image 2010. Thus, when I am done playing, I just snap back to the way my machine was....unless the app is really something that I want and then I commit the changes to disc. But more often than not, I'm disappointed with newer apps and trash them rather than keep them.
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06 Feb 2010   #75
CapnCrunch

Win7 x64
 
 

C'mon guys......this thread is specifically for a reg cleaner that works effectively with Win7.......if I wanted to reinstall Win7 everytime I wanted to clean the reg or go through all the trouble of VM'ing an app before deciding to keep it I wouldn't have even looked or posted here for that matter.The major part of the population are not going to reinstall windows to keep their reg clean and are not looking here for business purposes.For you purests posting here......try to make suggestions about what reg cleaner to use rather than recommend things that the average user is NOT going to do.Again...thanks to all who posted suggestions on Win7 reg cleaners that work.
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06 Feb 2010   #76
Udidwht

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

I use both Ccleaner and Advance System Care. Never had an issue with either of them. The important thing to remember is to use the back up feature when running either program.
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06 Feb 2010   #77
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Udidwht View Post
I use both Ccleaner and Advance System Care. Never had an issue with either of them. The important thing to remember is to use the back up feature when running either program.
Iobit advanced system care is a really good one i was using on XP.

But be aware when cleaning the system services to don't disable registry keys you might think useless. Could be quite a pain crashing down the machine.
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06 Feb 2010   #78
madtownidiot

 

The point being, people who actually know what they're doing don't have to go looking for registry cleaners.
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06 Feb 2010   #79
win7clutz

Windows 7 Ultimate (64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by madtownidiot View Post
The point being, people who actually know what they're doing don't have to go looking for registry cleaners.
Another incredibly asinine statement, don't stop now you're on a roll!
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06 Feb 2010   #80
madtownidiot

 

Really? If you already have all the programs, applications and media you need, installed on a clean HDD, running an OS with no factory bloatware , and you have never uninstalled anything, why would you need to clean the registry?
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