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pookie

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Hi,

Any one any experience of this product: http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/ or is it case of best stay clear of messing with registry?

Thanks

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northumbria61

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I don't advise messing with the registry as you put it and I am not a big fan of Registry Cleaners. The only Registry Cleaner I would advise as being safe to use is contained within CCleaner which if you haven't already got it can be downloaded from here enter link description here Number 4 in list.

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john bunyan

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I fully agree with northumbria61

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Yes

Leave registry cleaners alone as they can often do more harm than good and even render a system unbootable.

CCleaners inbuilt registry toll is the only one I would ever recommend as it is completely safe - have been using it for years without any problems.

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Aitchbee

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I would recommend Winaso Registry Optimizer ...the free version will correct up to 10 errors at a time.

If you type in 'winaso' into the PCA search box, you will see previous posts on the 'pros & cons' of this utility.

I have used the free version for a number of years ... and I like it.

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Forum Editor

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I agree with all that has been said about CCleaner - its registry cleaner is 100% reliable in my experience.

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pookie

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all noted with many thanks

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