Re: finding Registry Clean
Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 22:25:30 -0700
> See "PC Magazine" dated May 24, 2005 article '2005 Utility Guide'
> sub-article 'Utility Suites' on page 100 for a review of various and
> recommended registry cleaners. (None are free.)
> "squazeedle" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>Supposedly there's a Registry Clean function in Windows XP. Can anybody
>>me how to find it and use it? I'm testing Registry Mechanic, but I'd like
>>save the $20 they're asking.
See http://www.hoverdesk.net/freeware.htm for Regseeker. Use it
at your own risk. Even if you don't use the cleaner, it has many
other utilities you may find useful.
- Re: finding Registry Clean
... recommended registry cleaners. ... > Supposedly there's a Registry Clean function in Windows XP. ...
- NewestShareware.com Issue #89
... FileBoss for Windows ... Program Homepage/Download url ... In general users make a program execute at window startup by ... Adding programs to the Registry and WIN.INI file protects the program. ...
- Re: Windows XP home login/off
... How to Perform an In-Place Upgrade of Windows XP ... Click on How To Run a Repair Install ... registry has worked the 5 or 6 times I have seen this problem. ... The script will stop and ask you to hit enter to continue to load SCSI ...
- RE: Networking and DOS attacks
... Windows has found 55 Critical System Errors... ... Install Repair Registry Pro. ... I have tracked all of these UDP port hits since 2001. ...
- Re: OT: Win 7 comments
... I had to edit the Registry. ... This is right up there with repairing permissions, ... That's odd, consider how some of you guys bring the same habits to Windows, ... I will wait for some apps to crash. ...