What is a good registry program??
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Posted Yesterday, 03:48 PM
Edited by Kelsenellenelvian, Yesterday, 03:49 PM.
Posted Today, 07:39 AM
I find good results on x64 systems with Auslogics, but just don't click on any of the "System Scan" or "Upgrade" links. As a utility it cleans well, but not too abrasively.. Then I just use Ccleaner. I always backup the changes it makes first.
Never, EVER, EVER user RegSeeker. Albeit terrific in the 2000/XP days when you wanted to search out that last remaining remnant of a program, you cah seriously damage an x64 system since it doesn't understand the ree underneath Wow6432Node.
I also use NT RegOpt as a registry compressor. There have been times where I've noticed a slight improvement, but not often. For the most part, I wonder if registry cleaners bring about THAT much improvement over and above the risk you take with such apps.
Edited by JodyThornton, Today, 07:39 AM.
Posted Today, 11:37 AM
I've been extremely impressed by Registry Workshop.
What is a good registry program?
It's not a cleaner and fixer, but an editor. You can do anything you wish you could with Regedit, and it manages all that while being small, fast and portable.
Registry cleaning and defragmenting is useful after a purge of many unneeded applications have been performed, such as if you have received a used computer. I know of no automatic cleaner. I sometimes go through with a registry cleaner, to get its opinion. If I see there Nero, I am reminded that I still have traces of it. Then I clean them out all of it's progids using Regedit (and now Workshop) manually.
Edited by j7n, Today, 11:42 AM.
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