Monday, February 16, 2009
For everyday use of our computers, our registry grows in size and the operating system's performance may be at risk. If problem arises, what would you do then? I usually don't have a poblem with this because I just tap my cousin to do the work. He manually remove leftover application entries after uninstalls and unnecessary start-up items. Personally, I don't dare for simple reasons that I am not skilled in cleaning Windows System Registry. I don't want to cause another problem and hard to troubleshoot. Anyway, if you are having a problem in your windows registry, I would like to refer you to repairregistry.org. Visit the site because it talks about windows registry, registry cleaners and gives you tips on how to edit windows registry.
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