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FMB

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How safe are the offered programs?

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KRONOS the First

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If I were you I would avoid them, all to often they will remove an important registry entry and cause more problems than they are supposed to be fixing.

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bluesbrother

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Some are safer than others. None are completly safe. The only one I would use is part of CCleaner

ccleaner download

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FMB

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Thanks Bluesbrother and Chronus your input is appreciated.

I am new to this forum but have figured out that there are many answers to many questions if you know where and how to find them.

I think I will shy away from the registry fixes until my grey matter has gained a bit more knowledge on the subject.

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morddwyd

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Used CCleaner for several years.

Never let me down so far, and always does a back up before cleaning.

I use it every time I uninstall.

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iscanut2

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I agree with everyone. Registry cleaners should be left alone apart from CCleaner which I have used for years now and very good. You should need no other.

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