Registry cleaner?

By steelth
Mar 11, 2012
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  1. fimbles

    fimbles TS Evangelist Posts: 1,146   +192

    Using regedit and trying to identify what specific registy entry corresponds with what particular program is a disaster waiting to happen for the novice user.

    I have used many registry cleaners over the years and have never ended up with a "door stop" for a pc.

    Orphans and duplicates may be harmless, but they take up space and hard drives cost money.

    And yes, Auslogics gives you a performance benchmark before and after registry defragmentation. The diffrence can be a couple of seconds boot time.
  2. Doctor John

    Doctor John TS Enthusiast Posts: 204   +15

    I totally agree, Fimbles - also, logically if your system has to read a bunch of disused/orphaned entries, it must take a finite amount of time & power (ok, it could just be milliseconds, I haven't checked!)

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