Solved What registry cleaner is considered to be the best?

August 6, 2013 at 09:18:00
Specs: Windows 64, 2.7 ghz 6.00
I used to use PC Cleaner Pro and was satisfied how fast it determined what needed to be 'cleaned' and the 'fix' was easy. I would have continued using it, but upon ordering their updated version, I didn't realize or notice the cost was only for six months until printing the receipt, so I cancelled. At this time, I have nothing.

I'm now searching for a new registry cleaner but there are so many to choose and just about each one claims they are the best. Some have a list and each registry cleaner is rated from the top brand on down. Positive reviews have been read but what about others who don't feel that way, making it more difficult to wonder as well as choose.

It would be appreciated if someone uses an excellent and reliable registry cleaner that does the job, provides the name and the cost much of this would be helpful. If I receive a number of these, then I might be able to choose from the most recommended brand. So far, I've considered GeekTech Tool Box and RegZooka. I have W7 Thanks!


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August 6, 2013 at 09:31:02
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There is no best registry cleaner because all of them are a waste of time and space. They don't do anything useful despite their assertions that they "fix" errors.

All a "safe" registry cleaner will do is remove redundant entries. Any that claim to do anything more is snake oil. Sooner or later they will remove something that is needed causing more problems than they are worth.

Any registry errors that do occur are best fixed using Windows System Restore or reinstalling the application that the error refers to.

The best safe registry cleaner is the one that comes with CCleaner and it is free.

http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

Stuart

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#2
August 6, 2013 at 09:33:17
I personally do not recommend using a registry cleaner, I've seen more headaches / problems than anything else with them. But this thread had more info.. http://www.computing.net/answers/wi...

www.standby-it.com


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#3
August 6, 2013 at 10:24:44
Thanks for the advice. I will check it out

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August 6, 2013 at 15:52:49
That's looks familiar, as I have clicked on so many sites for a registry cleaner but I'll check that as well. Thanks

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