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  1. That is a pretty crappy review. RegSeeker is not good at all, it can very easily cripple our system. In my opinion (I have used many reg cleaners), I use Registry Mechanic and CCleaner. CCleaner only finds the basic invalid entries and Registry Mechanic will do the deep clean. There is not 1 registry cleaner that will find every invalid entry on your system. It's just that them two programs are the safest for me to use.

     

    Plus, sometimes Windows will just rewrite the delete the entry anyways.


  2. Lang-.dll list

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  3. What about a GUI for the Winapp2.ini

     

    Users can add programs, edit settings, etc. in a much easier way.

     

     

    BTW, can the Winapp2.ini be included in the regular CCleaner version updates?

     

    I suggested having a GUI for it a long long time ago. As far as it be included, I doubt it since it is user based entries, and not made by the author.


  4. Applog is a program in Windows 98 and Windows Me used to improve the performance of your computer. It has two functions. The first is to save files to your hard drive in the order they will be needed most. The other is to load files into memory for a program before the program requests them. This is similar to the way Speed Start works. Here are more details on the process:

     

    Applog keeps track of how you use your computer, as follows:

     

    * Which programs you run most often, and how many times you run them

    * Which files are loaded by those programs

    * In what order those files are loaded

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