a good registry cleaner

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  1. twistedpain183

    twistedpain183 New Member

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    i was wondering if anyone knows a good cleaner for the registry something i can type in and then delete all references containing norton stuff. for some reason when i upgrade my norton stuff my computer acts all funky so i wana clean the registery without reformatting the entire pc. if someone has the name of a registery cleaner thats good please let me know! ;)

    thanks
     
  2. allnighter

    allnighter New Member

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    i reckon all registry cleaners create more problems than they are worth espesially if your a settings nut if you want to remove reg edits left behined by programs try find" your uninstaller" it is a neccesary programe if you often install and uninstall apps . sorry i dont remember where i found it "um the usuall places"
     
  3. >GSXR<mrbusa

    >GSXR<mrbusa MY BIKE vvv

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    regseeker 1.45 is the best that i know and i know many.it requires no install and has alot to offer.i have bneen using it for a couple of years or more and it has save my butt more than a few times.never just delete all that is found when you use the cleaner function.only delete what you know is uninstalled and not needed anymore.and then do a search for whatever your looking for.just run the app from your download destination and you are golden.
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Registry-Tweak/RegSeeker.shtml
     
  4. twistedpain183

    twistedpain183 New Member

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    thanks alot Regseeker did the trick! :rofl:
     
  5. >GSXR<mrbusa

    >GSXR<mrbusa MY BIKE vvv

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    no prob.
    have you considered changing antivirus apps.there are so many better apps for free.
     
  6. Neshi

    Neshi HH's cuddly Blue Bear

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    easy cleaner.. not only for registry, but for duplicate files, unneccesary files, startup etc. etc..
     
  7. Sandok

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    Crapcleaner is enough for me :p
     
  8. twistedpain183

    twistedpain183 New Member

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    no i havent norton hasnt let me down since 2005 so i stuck with it 2006 hasnt gone on sale for free yet with rebates... lmao :hmm:
     
  9. Shadow Lady

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    :D

    crapcleaner is quite up to the task, is the only one i use since the others have caused me troubles anyway
     

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