From: rjdriver on 14 Mar 2010 10:05
"Boris Badenov" <boris(a)plotsylvanian.invalid> wrote in message
> rjdriver wrote:
>> Uniblu Redistry Booster is not free, but well worth it. I was amazed at
>> the speed difference. Didn't realize the registry was written to that
> Speed difference? Get off the drugs, dude.
I should have mentioned that I used it in conjunction with Uniblu's
Speed Up My PC, and noticed a difference after each program ran, but the
biggest difference was after the registry cleaner.
I should also mention that I have no connection to the company in any
I might as well also reveal that I first ran these programs with a
pirated serial # to see if they actually worked, since before I tried them,
I would have echoed the same sentiments as Fred, Tad, Toxic, Buffulo, Boris,
and just about everyone who has responded here. Only after seeing the
difference did I pay for them.
Before using these programs, my PC was already optimized in everyway I
knew how. No unneccessary start up programs, no unecessary services, temp
files frequently deleted - both Windows and Internet, defragged as needed,
scan disked on a regular basis, spyware trojan and virus scanned once a
week(almost always with nothing found). I am not a novice and have
practiced safe hex since I knew what it meant (many years now), and all I
can say is that after running these two utilities, programs open faster,
windows open quicker, menus pop up fatser, my Favorites come out so fast I
have to move my mouse more carefully to not overshoot the shortcut I'm
I did not expect this result, but was pleasantly surprised. I have
used these program for 6 weeks now, and they have not effected my system in
any way -- except to make it run more efficiently.
Other than this, I'm not sure how to respond to all the nay sayers,
except to say that I have been off the drugs for many years. Well, ok....I
do have an affinity for an occasional red wine.
From: Gary Woods on 14 Mar 2010 12:55
"T.H" <tinfolihat(a)nospamplease.com> wrote:
>Spelled incorrectly but a real word and proper usage.
Worse yet, a spelling flame when the OP made perfect sense makes me take
what the critic said with several large grains of salt, and occasional
forwarding to Dave Null.
Gary Woods AKA K2AHC- PGP key on request, or at home.earthlink.net/~garygarlic
Zone 5/6 in upstate New York, 1420' elevation. NY WO G
From: carl on 14 Mar 2010 16:21
On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 04:01:22 -0700, Boris Badenov
>Peter Foldes wrote:
>> Registry Cleaners does nothing to speed up your system. All it will do
>> is mess it up and at times to the point where you cannot boot.
>That is mostly true but the reg cleaner in CCleaner is quite safe and
>does not remove all invalid entries. I've used it many times and it has
>never 'effed things up on me yet. I use it to erase history info which
>is stored in the registry so it does have it's uses. Speeding up the PC
>is not my reason for using it.
CCleaner screwed my registry the very first time I ever tried it.
Luckily, I believe in backing up my registry with Erunt before ever
screwing with it. After another 'adventure' or two with registry
cleaners, I gave up on them. Their dangerous. I use the registry
along with Erunt. The only work I do on my registry is to manually
remove entries after I uninstall a program. Even this can get you
into trouble if you aren't very careful.
ALWAYS backup your registry with Erunt BEFORE modifying it in any way.
(Don't even bring up that joke of a Windows program, Windows Restore
From: smurf on 14 Mar 2010 17:31
> "Quilljar" <not(a)home .today> wrote in message
>> Is there a reliable free Windows 7 Registry cleaner?
> Uniblu Redistry Booster is not free, but well worth it. I was amazed
> at the speed difference. Didn't realize the registry was written to
> that often.
that must be an automated bot response
From: T.H on 14 Mar 2010 19:38
Gary Woods wrote:
> "T.H" <tinfolihat(a)nospamplease.com> wrote:
>> Spelled incorrectly but a real word and proper usage.
> Worse yet, a spelling flame when the OP made perfect sense makes me take
> what the critic said with several large grains of salt, and occasional
> forwarding to Dave Null.
> Gary Woods AKA K2AHC- PGP key on request, or at home.earthlink.net/~garygarlic
> Zone 5/6 in upstate New York, 1420' elevation. NY WO G
Incorrect. My reply was supportive to David. Did you read -and-
understand my reply, by the way?