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Asked by CarynFitz on 2008-10-23

Once you run a scan should you "fix all" or go through each individual line? Will "fix all" really FIX ALL issues in the registry?

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CarynFitz
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2008-11-01
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2008-11-01
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2008-11-01
Nick (ub3rst4r) said : #1

Windows registry cleaners are created to remove redundant or unwanted items from the registry. Even though they are made to clean the registry, they come without a warranty. If you go on google and search "free registry cleaner" and compare the results and scanners to little registry cleaner, they will not have the exact results. This is because they all use different code and different algorithims. I have researched this and found some give too many results, which can be dangerous because if too many keys are removed from the registry, windows wont run. So basically, "fixing all" wont fix all of the issues in the registry...

CarynFitz (ksfa459) said : #2

Thanks, NIck, this answered my question!

Caryn