Windows Registry Checker

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  1. Intruder

    Intruder New Member

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    Hey guys help!

    MS used to bundle somthin as Regcleaner or so in 98
    wat abt those stuffs in the recent versions?
    Any idea?

    I need to varify some registy entries.. which is the best ware ?
    I want to think twice before i mess up :p

    Is there anything common that all uses .. reliable?
     
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    Use RegSeeker. and always backup your registry b4 editing it. i recommend doing some research baout registry b4 start playng wid it. Hail Satan.
     
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    One of the best Registry Editor/cleaner is RegCleaner(not from MS,it was Registry Cleaner in Windows).Best of all it's Free.
    Download it from here:-

    Ther also a software called RegSupreme,which is the BIG brother of RegCleaner(literally :wink: ),it's from the same author and it's very very good at cleaning Registry,but it's a commercial one.
    Also try jv16 Power Tools.

    Visit:-
    http://www.jv16.org/
     
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    Thanks

    I have used RegCleaner but it was long before
    was on a quest to find if htere is somthi better

    Thanks a lot for the support.
     
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    hmm
    ive used norton systemworks
    its one click tool or something like that was good
    and very convenient too
    now i use system mechanic ....
    its pretty good
    it stays till i find something better
    in conjunction with this i use cr@p cleaner .. tho this doesnt work on registries. but its a good small nifty proggy ;)
     
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