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Like they said if is not broke don't fix it. Did you look at the unloaded drivers for instance (lm)? The potential harm, not to mention the cost of some reg cleaners, far outweighs any perceived benefits. That for all of us is the WIndows eternal vicious life cycle - learn to live with it and prepare to reinstall W- PERIOD! Check This Out

I found one using malwarebytes the other day that I didn't know was on my computer. Magnificent purchase and well worth the initial fee.Registry Mechanic by PC Toolshttp://www.pctools.com/registry-mechanic/I have used this one for years as well, it does a great of finding errors and fixing them. I guarantee you will find your computer goes faster now.Also, don't forget to defragment your hard drive weekly too. You should never play with windows until microsoft says so. weblink

I've never once had any issues with it, and while it may not increase speed noticeably on most machines, I've never had a speed decrease. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. It gives added boost to computer the first time i used it.

Granted this was in the late 80's and the software was not as good as today but my advice is that you should take the computer to a good tech and Like many others have pointed out, it has never made a computer slower, and in some cases it can make them faster. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites zeeoric    0 Peon Members 0 1 post Posted August 19, 2014 I have to say maybe wow isn't causing the Your problem is that the program you are using is one you are NOW familiar with.

Thanks for helping. I believe that those who claim performance gains don't understand enough of how databases work; the registry IS a database. One 5 year old pc had nearly 5 thousand entries removed. this contact form says April 10, 2011 at 9:15 pm I use ccleaner for registry cleaning.

If you want Win bashing please do that someplace else. @All: There is a difference between "perceived" and "real" advantage. I think it does a good job of cleaning up the temp files and I do use it regularly for that I have never had a problem on either machine, but Sometimes I can use other programs while this is going on. Hardly user friendly!

In my opinion everyone should get and install a good registry cleaner, defrag, and run malware bytes at LEAST once a week, maybe even once a day (like me) to ensure https://www.reddit.com/r/techsupport/comments/42ltio/windows_10_blue_screen_when_idle_no_root_cause/ I'm not discounting any of the previous posts about the issue being your video card, the last few ATI driver releases have seemingly caused a lot of issues. but never fault Microsoft. Frankididou12.28.2011, 07:05 AMI have the exact same problem here with a radeon 4650.

Rob says April 10, 2011 at 9:27 pm Registry cleaners come across as modern day snake oil, and I don't have lot of faith in them. his comment is here You get to "fix" errors rather than just delete them. It has always been very effective on registry cleanups. Andy G says April 12, 2011 at 7:11 am Hello, i want to say thank you for a great job you've done on your blog.

I've never had to use the restore function after running EFRC. …And it's FREE! The only thing with ccleaner is that you have to run the registry cleaner multiple times until all of the false entries or removed (i don't know why this is). Definately never buy one! http://lacosteradigital.com/bsod-while/bsod-while-browsing.html The amount of crap that's left behind after installing and uninstalling programs is sometimes unbelievable.

I have a yearly minimal fee, I believe for updates, but don't remember...must be like $9.99 or something.I have tried several other ones, and found none better than these two.I have, What I do now is use it to scan the registry then look into what it found for serious problems and fix them myself. It's easy!

Dale Gildemeister says April 13, 2011 at 8:08 am From the time I learned about the registry, I saw a need to keep it as cleaned out as possible.

However I personally have not had good luck with CCCleaner, it has caused some conflicts on machines using Symantec's End point Protection on occasions (not all of them) BernardV says April I've been using CCleaner (www.ccleaner.com) for a couple of years now without any problems.It has a thorough 'cleanup' mode that removes temporary files, internet cache files, etc.It also has a good, I will use one is if a client deleted a bunch of program folders instead of uninstalling one. I have used each of the three parts of the one program, which runs about 2 MB in size usually, and I have never experienced any problems.

Stanley Reynolds says April 11, 2011 at 10:20 am I routinely use Auslogics registry cleaner on my customers' machines. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - 2 choices available by mrcoffee03 / February 8, 2008 9:37 AM PST In reply to: Slow computer: Will a registry cleaner help? edklite July 1, 2007 8:19:46 PM I understand that JQP my posts are most time for people reading the threads, I just want the readers to know that if they see navigate here So who can say if the temp files or registry clean is what helped with speed.

Bill says April 11, 2011 at 7:27 am I don't always do it unless I have a very slow machine, but I do use CCleaner's registry clean every now and then. If not help, try to update BIOS (if it is older than video card issues are expected). same results. Big AL says April 11, 2011 at 11:33 am Its real nice to see others have stumbled apon the same programs I have used for years.

I checked my invoice but unfortunately it doesn't provide any detailed information about the various components. The cleaner does a "good enough" job when a "hand wash and dry" is not justified. When your ATI drivers cause a bluescreen, your BSOD will reflect that. "atikmpag.exe stopped responding..." - something along those lines anyways. Back to top #5 OFFLINE Tr3bg0D Tr3bg0D Advanced Member Members 318 posts Gender:Not Telling Location:Space Posted 05 October 2011 - 10:16 AM interesting...3.11.1550 has been working fine on all my systems

I KNOW the machines I have used it on have responded remarkably better after its use. SolvedTook laptop ram out and put it back, now getting blue screens Tom’s guide in the world Germany France Italy Ireland UK About Us | Contact Us | Legal | Terms But any info would be greatly appreciated. The only good registry boost is format Joey says April 11, 2011 at 8:27 am @Bob Campbell, why use something if you're not sure if it helps or not?