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Jarhead0331:
Does anyone have any experience with or thoughts on this program?

I've done some googling and it appears to be safe and pretty effective...but, it also strikes me as a bit invasive. I'm curious if anyone has use it to help clean up registry and fix other windows errors.

Thanks.

solops:
Scary. The pros do this procedure, but I know not how.

W8taminute:
I don't know anything about this program but if you're looking to just clean up your registry and run some basic diagnostics on your OS I highly recommend CCleaner.

I've been using it for the past 8 or 9 years and it does a good job on cleaning up registries and letting you have better and more intuitive control over your start programs in the task manager.  CCleaner doesn't appear to be invasive either.

https://www.ccleaner.com/

SirAndrewD:
There's a free utility that fixes everything..

Go to Run and head to a C: in the DOS commands. 

From there type deltree *.*

I promise you won't have to worry about performance again! 




(don't actually do this)

88mmkwk:

--- Quote from: W8taminute on April 29, 2022, 07:14:05 AM ---I don't know anything about this program but if you're looking to just clean up your registry and run some basic diagnostics on your OS I highly recommend CCleaner.

I've been using it for the past 8 or 9 years and it does a good job on cleaning up registries and letting you have better and more intuitive control over your start programs in the task manager.  CCleaner doesn't appear to be invasive either.

https://www.ccleaner.com/

--- End quote ---

I'll drop in another plug for CCleaner.  I've taken time to go through the cookie management feature and save the cookies for web sites that I like/use/trust and then run CCleaner Clean function to delete all others.  By saving the list of sites I use, over time the excepted cookie list now reflects my web browsing habits and all other cookies, trackers and intrusive web garbage gets deleted every time I run CCleaner (at least weekly).  This keeps my system running fast and it hasn't dogged down over the years.... Highly recommended if you take time to build the list of accepted web sites in the cookie management function within CCleaner.....

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