pctools registry mechanic

  chotto yakuza 20:07 03 Nov 05

i tried registry mechanic but it slows down the machine and does not work properlyas freeware,after cleaning it asks for money to finish the job.rgds chotto yakuza

  VoG II 20:10 03 Nov 05

Try JV16 PowerTools click here

  JYPX 14:38 04 Nov 05

I guess from your question that you do not have the current issue of the magazine (pc advisor). Even without the cover disc it is well worth £3.50! However, more to the point the cover cd includes the full version of Registry Mechanic 4.

  swanson2 14:53 04 Nov 05

The one I use is RegSeeker.

It is freely available to download and works fine for me.

  Tel 01:28 05 Nov 05

I have used RM3 and 4 both from cover disks without problems. It is a great programme

  GaT7 02:20 05 Nov 05

v5 is out click here. G

  joseph K 13:03 05 Nov 05

When I used to use Microsoft I always found the latest version of registry mechanic to be great. Perhaps you'd like to try regDoctor as well/instead of - thant isn't bad either.

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