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What is the best registry cleaner thingy?

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What is the best registry cleaner thingy?

I've tried Registry First Aid because I heard it is good. I don't like the interface so much though and it is too slow. http://www.thehotfix.net/forums_backup/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/aggressive.gif http://www.thehotfix.net/forums_backup/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/turned.gif

So, which one is the best?

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REGISTRY CLEANER I like: (and YES it work with VISTA RTM - should you have it!)

FREE: Abexo REGISTRY CLEANER http://www.abexo.com/registry-cleaner.htm

Easy - efficient - thorough (and includes BACKUP)

I also like FREEREGISTRY DEFRAG by iExpert Software

http://www.download.com/Free-Registry-Defrag/3000-2094_4-10618992.html?tag=lst-0-2

Easy - efficient - thorough compacting

I also use PERFECT DISK (Raxco) for disk defragmenting V8.0 (Build 48)

Although it has a 150 day trial (5 months) it is EASILY uninstallable and can be easily RE installed (after a quick manual reg clean) and

continued for another 5 months.....on and on

That's my 2 cents worth.

Cheers! :thumbsup2:

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I use Free Window Registry Repair. Finds errors that no other cleaner can!

http://www.regsofts.com/free_registry_repa...stry_repair.htm

Hmm........a little weird - I clicked a couple times to the same regsofts homepage & they just so happen to have the message below proudly dispayed............:wtf:

The Best Freeware Registry Repair Programs

- RegSeeker - A perfect companion for your Windows registry, registry search tool and registry cleaner.

- CCleaner - Removes junk files and scans for invalid references.

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Hmmmm. I had to reformat after using Tune Up 2007. Reg. Mechanic is good but with all programs be cautious what you are doing ;-)

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I always have used Regsupreme by Macecraft for years on my 3 XP install with no glitches anyone using this program with Vista without any problems, or what regcleaner are we using that is working good.

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I am using Iolo System Mechanic 7, works very well and has a lot of tools including a registry cleaner! It will do a lot of stuff, it also has a great defrag tool, and it has recovery software (recover deleted files), it has file cleaner (safely and completely removes deleted files) and a lot more! It does everything I need it to, and it works with Vista :D!

http://iolo.com/sm/7/pro/

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I use WinASO Registry Optimizer and jv16 PowerTools. jv16 PowerTools is excellent it provides for individual searching of registry,very helpfull when u need to manually delete specific entries of a particular software.Do give it a try small size also. www .macecraft .com

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Registry Mechanic is the one I used recently and it was quite good.

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^I used registry mechanic, then did CCleaner. CCleaner found some others. So about a week later I did CCleaner, reset my PC, then did Registry Mechanic. Registry Mechanic didn't find anything, which means CCleaner is better in every way to Registry mechanic. (Except in most ways, interface :P)

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to be honest I don't trust any 3rd party apps for my registry instead I use onecare Live PC Safety Scanner to see what need fixing on my computer you can find that here Here say what you want but so far my computer has been working fine.

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I use Registry Mechanic ;-) I do a lot of install /uninstall and many of them leaves crap on my pc. I found it Reg Mechanic always clean up the crap the others leave behind.

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