Is "Jetclean" bugged

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    7 Home Prem. 32 bit, c drive 74.4 space CPU 3.00 GHZ
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    Firstly thanks to Townsbg, for acknowledgement of lessons learned, I would have hated to see him hit the Lava, hands and legs are hard to come by.
    And Nurse SNICK for for wearing non squeak shoes running to the emergency room.
    The subject matter here is so simple it got completely lost, like folks say-It's the little things that count.

    Gentleman , in this case it was OK to judge the book by its title.
    Is Jet Clean Bugged ?
    Thats all I wanted to know, if yes I would delete it after 7-8 years of breath taking service.
    A word of advice to all of us, about a dept of psychology that gets forgotten all to often.
    it's small, so please read slowly, its like a small town, if you drive thru too fast you may not notice it.
    This subject now is "Philosopher's Disease" a long lost foundation of all mental illness and/or discomfort.
    A person conquers a subject of the world to a fine diamond brilliance, the glow of which enlarges their EGO to the point they think they know everything, like for-say how to perform kidneys transplants too.
    That egg is on everybody's face here, huge as an elephant especially the fella who said he had never seen jet clean and then gave a sermon on it. boy oh boy we humans
    Facts are Jet Clean is not,,,,,,,,,,,(but can be if toyed with) a Registry Cleaner, it does speed up the comp by optimizing
    the whole machine, what ever that means, But i do know how to use a clock, it does speed the comp up.

    As the thread Title asks,,,,I never learned if it is bugged and why my AV suddenly hated it.

    Mean while, I leave you with this question, what if we could come up with a program to optimize our friends.
    if it was bugged or not, I would still use it, on me first actually.
    This thread is over and I hope locked.

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  2. Posts : 1,744
    Windows 8.1 Industry Pro x64

    I don't know why you keep insisting that it isn't a registry cleaner. Sure it contains other components but it does clean the registry as evidenced by this screenshot. I just wanted to clarify this for anyone that comes along later so that they don't get incorrect information.

    Is "Jetclean" bugged-capture.png

    If you have all options selected it will clean your registry.
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