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Reg Cure

by jam4201 / April 20, 2007 1:24 AM PDT

Has anyone ever used RegCure?If anyone who has, can you please tell me about it. Thanks

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In general
by jackson dougless / April 20, 2007 1:31 AM PDT
In reply to: Reg Cure

Registry maintenance programs are unnecessary. Unlike earlier versions of Windows, XP's registry is pretty robust, and not so easily damaged. It also has little effect on system performance, contrary to all manner of reports otherwise, most of which are put out by companies/people that make/sell registry maintenance programs.

About the only sort of thing you ever need to clear out of the registry, are malware related items, which any malware removal program will be able to handle just fine. Further, if you adopt an "Anything but Internet Explorer" browser policy, your risk of a malware problem will take a dramatic nose dive.

I wouldn't waste my time or money with any of those programs. Even free is too expensive.

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RegCure
by jam4201 / April 20, 2007 1:42 AM PDT
In reply to: In general

Thanks so much Jackson.l Guess I won't bother downloading it..:o)

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RegCure
by BobH / April 20, 2007 12:18 PM PDT
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I totally agree with the above comments. Do not download RegCure as I learned the hard way that it deletes some registry keys for Microsoft Office 2003 and is hell to get things back in order. It is a known problem and yet no one seems to want to fix it. I have used Registry Mechanic due to a real problem and had no problems with it, but I just did a reinstall of XP Pro and have not put any registry cleaner on the system nor do I intend to.

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