Does Microsoft have its own registry cleaner?

Answer Yes. Microsoft's registry cleaner is apart of its Windows Live OneCare safety scanner. According to the Windows Live website, the Windows Live OneCare clean up scanner will find and remove any inva... Read More »

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Does Vista have a registry cleaner?

There are a variety of registry cleaners that are compatible with Windows Vista, including jv16 Power Tools, Digeus, PC Tools, CleanMyPC and Registry Mechanic. To download versions of these cleaner... Read More »

Use c cleaner and registry cleaner have 200 something error?

you don't want to be messing about with the registry on less you no wat your at and most of the cleaners out there will make a mess of your registry and botch up your pc STAY AWAY FROM REG CLEANERS... Read More »

Does Microsoft have a free registry fix& clean?

Windows Live OneCare is Microsoft's safety scanner. OneCare is free and detects and removes viruses, while improving computer performance. Users have the option to run a full scan, or fix specific ... Read More »

Does Microsoft recommend registry cleaners?

Microsoft does not advocate using third-party registry cleaners. Microsoft recommends using its own software called Live OneCare Safety Scanner, which checks for viruses and cleans up junk files in... Read More »