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Troubleshooting Tips Where Is Registry Cleaner In Windows 7?

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Following are some simple methods that you can use to locate the location of the registry cleaner in Windows 7.

 

 

  • Question

  • This is because the larger the registry, the slower the computer. Does my PC also have a simple communication driver error? I do not know what is this?

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  • where is the registry cleaner in windows 7

    On Thursday, April 15, 2010 1:11:55 PM 0000, C_Thakar wrote:

    The reason is that the more the recording is increased, the slower the PC will be.

    Sorry, but this is not correct. Registry size

    does not affect the speed of your computer.

    Registry cleaners are * all * snake oil. Cleaning

    Registration is optional and dangerous. Leave the registry alone and

    Do not use a registry cleaner. Despite what many think, and

    Which of the villageRegistry cleaning software vendors you are trying to convince

    unused registry entries won’t hurt you.

    Risk of serious problem caused by registry cleaner error

    Removing the entry you want is far beyond any potential benefit

    can have this.

    Read http://www.edbott.com/weblog/archives/000643.html

    Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop Experience) since 2003


    Ken Blake

    • Marked as a response by user Sean Zhu – Friday, April 23, 2010 01:15 AM

  • On Thursday, April 15, 2010 01:11:55 PM 0000 C_Thakar wrote:

    The reason is that the PC slows down the PC as the recording increases.

    Sorry, but this is not correct. Registry size

    does not affect the speed of your computer.

    Registry cleaners are * all * snake oil. Cleaning

    Registration is optional and dangerous. Leavethe registry alone and do not use a registry cleaner. Regardless of what many people think and what the registry cleaning software vendors try to convince you, unused registry entries will not harm you.

    Risk of serious problem caused by registry cleaner error

    Removing the entry you want far outweighs the potential benefit it can have.

    Read http://www.edbott.com/weblog/archives/000643.html

    Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop Experience) since 2003


    Ken Blake

    I agree with Ken. To free up space, you can try the following methods:

    Method 1: empty the temporary folder

    1. Click the Start button, click Run, type cleanmgr.exe (without quotes) and press ENTER.
    2. Click C: (or whatever drive Windows is installed on), then click OK.
    3. Check the boxes for “Temporary files” and “Temporary Internet files”.
    4. Click “OK”, then click “Yes” to confirm the deletion.

    Method 2. Reduce the size of the paging file or move the paging file to a different partition.

    1. Click Start, RunAdd “, enter sysdm.cpl (without quotes) and press Enter.
    2. On the” Advanced “tab in the” Performance “section, click the” Settings “button.
    3. On the” Advanced “tab in the” Virtual memory “click the” Change “button.
    4. You can manually set the paging file size.

    Method 3: disable hibernation

    1. Click Start, Run, type POWERCFG.CPL (without quotes) and press Enter.
    2. On the Hibernation tab, uncheck the box next to Enable Hibernation and click OK.

    Note. The pending state feature is no longer available after this process.

    You can also try the following tool:

    http://onecare.live.com/site/en-us/default.htm


    Sean Zhu, MSFT

    • Marked as a response by user Sean Zhu – Friday, April 23, 2010 01:15 AM