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March 27, 2010
6:52 AM
phoenix_rising
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Locutus said: wait…

you mean Ashraf or me???  Surprised


 

Whichever of you incredibly talented, brilliant, name-your-superlative techies is up for the task (is my nose brown, or what?!). Wink

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March 27, 2010
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Hi!!

As far as I’m concerned I always use this combination of free tools to clean in depth the registry of my (old) PC and never had any problem afterwards:

 

- RegSeeker (only green registry keys must be deleted)

- Clean My Registry

- RegScrub

- Free Windows Registry Repair

-  EasyCleaner

- Ccleaner and/or Advanced System Care 3.5 Pro (I know a trick to get a free LIFETIME LICENSE of this nice program…LOL!! Wink)

 

Plus NTREGOPT  to defragment the Registry!

 

Then of course to finish the job you can also use TUNEUP UTILITIES 2008 or 2009, jv16 PowerTools 2009, WinOptimizer 2010 and/or WinUtilities pro, REGISTRY MECHANIC 8 etc…. but the FREE TOOLS mentioned above are enough for me to keep my system fit and healthy.

 

That said, I’ve recently stubled upon a pretty unknown but amazingly powerful FREE registry tool called “Eusing Free Registry Cleaner” that works great for me.

 

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Registry-Tweak/Eusing-Free-Registry-Cleaner.shtml

 

 

Give it a try!!

 

Cheers from Italy!

 

March 29, 2010
5:39 PM
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Jyo said:

 

I’ve come to believe that registry cleaning won’t significantly improve pc performance most of the time. What do other dottechies think?


 

I have had significant improvement in a pc’s performance (XP Pro) after running a registry cleaner.

 

In the PC’s defence, nothing had been done with the registry for probably 3+ years, but it was taking about 5 minutes to shut down and a little less time to boot up.

 

After running a registry cleaner (from memory, EasyCleaner … this was a few years ago) the PC’s speed at closing down and booting up really improved.  (I also think the PC ‘felt’ faster in it’s day-to-day use, but that is just my impression, no facts to back that up.)

 

I now run CCleaner about once a week and it doesn’t seem to be causing any problems.

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March 29, 2010
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 Hello everyone,

Here’s my 2 cents on the subject. Ever since the whole windows system thing started the rule was always do not mess with the registry. You go in there only if you absolutly have to, and when you go to the registry to solve an issue, it’s always last recourse ( or resort?…). Now, a nice clean and tidy registry does make a system stable, but as far as improving performance… I’ll repeat myself again by saying ” stable “.

So unless you are constantly adding and removing programs, there’s really no need to go and touch the registry.

So I think for a non-PowerUser, a registry clean once a month should suffice…

 

Again, just my two cents. ( Also I had the Registry’s little black book a while back!)

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March 29, 2010
7:54 PM
phoenix_rising
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giovanni said:

That said, I’ve recently stubled upon a pretty unknown but amazingly powerful FREE registry tool called “Eusing Free Registry Cleaner” that works great for me.

 


 

@ giovanni: This is a good program. I used to use it all the time. Somehow, in the past couple of OS reformats I overlooked reinstalling it. Same with EasyCleaner (which Grantwhy mentioned). But you have (both) rekindled my interest in going back and reacquainting myself with them. Many thanks!

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