Registry Cleaners: Which one?

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  1. rakesh-the gilli

    rakesh-the gilli Member

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    Guys! I have heard a lot about registry cleaning which if negotiated can lead to performance issues,so I decided to get one and start cleaning up.So please tell which one is best(other than full system suites such as System Mechanic or any other)suited for Windows XP.I know some..
    1)Registry Mechanic
    2)Reg Cleaner
    3)Reg Clean
    4)Reg Fix
    5)Windows Registry Repair Pro
    6)CCleaner ...etc
    7)Any other if you know
    But I haven't tested anyone.So please tell me the best in this business to clean up Registry from this list or other than this if you guys have experienced.
     
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    ~Phenom~ The No.1 Stupid

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    tune up utlities and CCleaner will do fine.
     
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    go_gamez New Member

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    yup tune up utilities 2006 is the best....though it will give u a heart attack after the frst scan with some 1000s of registry and other problems...later on it will be smooth..
     
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    The registry cleaners in System Mechanic and Reg Cleaner works well.
     
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    ccleaner is a good freeware www.ccleaner.com
    but of the lot i find ace utilities, tune-up having good registry cleaners.
     
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    I'd suggest u use WinXP Manager. Though not free, u wont need any odr tool to tweak xp, registry, etc. after installing WinXP Manager
     
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    I think RegCleaner is the best free alternative :)

    and yeah...TU is also good :cool:
     
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    well i use the combination of system mechanic 5 and registry mech..
    it works fine for me...
     
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    @Rakesh, If you want to read about the Top10 Registry Cleaner reviews, then click here
     
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    System Mechanic 6.x pro is one of the best system tools program, it is one solution for all your requirements.
     
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    I use TweakNow Registry Cleaner for my XP x64
     
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    i use ccleaner
     
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    gary4gar GaurishSharma.com

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    ya as all say go for ccleaner
     
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