Registry cleaner

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by Sam Steinhauser, Nov 4, 2006.

  1. Sam Steinhauser

    toasale Guest

    Go ahead and run registry cleaner and defrager software and you WILL
    reformat. This is akin to Death and Taxes!
    toasale, Jan 31, 2007
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  2. Sam Steinhauser

    CriticalMass Guest

    You're totally wrong about that. WinXP is just as apt to develop a
    bloated registry as any of the legacy OSes.

    The biggest issue that leads to this condition has nothing to do with
    whether the current OSes are coded to maintain better internal hygiene
    or not. The problem is poorly and incompletely coded application
    uninstall routines, which often leave orphaned entries throughout the
    registry. Nothing but a decent registry cleaner is going to find and
    eliminate them.

    JV16 was rated as among the best registry cleaning apps based on its
    ability to find the most registry errors and fix them on the initial
    run. The competition kept finding more "errors" every time they were
    re-run, which shows they are not capable of doing the job properly.

    I've been using various registry cleaning apps for years, and have
    plenty of experience with them. Bad ones exist, and can do damage.
    JV16 is not one of them. Take that to the bank.
    CriticalMass, Feb 14, 2007
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