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TwistedMetal

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  1. All I use is Firefox, my wife is an IE fan. For some reason, some sites she goes to. Do not work right on IE 10 and we have IE 11 just around the corner too. I will try out Chrome once they release a stable version with the new engine.


  2. I will probably get it, just going to wait to see if Microsoft sends me anything. I have been doing a lot of closed testing stuff on it. I heard I was supposed to get a big discount on it, but then again it is Microsoft...


  3. The winapp2.ini file is just fine to have. We have been in discussion for some time now about winapp2.ini. The large file of the winapp2.ini was slowing down the performance of CCleaner. So, I removed the actual file. It's probably best to just make a new winapp2.ini and put in the entries that you only need.


  4. Sorry to ruin it guys. I got the message too. He/she/it or whatever is gone. I don't know if she is hot or not, so I didn't reply.

     

    Here is a hint: Next time send a pic if you are going to spam pms. If you are hot I might let it slide. ;)

     

    Ok, maybe not...


  5. 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.

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