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  1. Thanks, but I still have some questions: 1.The example I mentioned above with picture (chrome version updated), it's safe to delete but not necessary, right? 2.What's a good timing/situation to run registry cleaner? 3.If I do not need to clean registry, then what about file cleaning? I only clean what I know exactly (I am still on Windows 7 though), because I don't want to have oversized temporarily files or tons of error reports generated several years ago. Recently I have read some articles indicate that we should not use file cleaning tools such as CCleaner, they said it
  2. Thanks for reply. I have been using CCleaner for years on windows 7, CCleaner never messes up my system (I do double check the registries before I delete them). I am surprised that you do not recommend using a registry cleaner regularly. I thought removing wrongly assigned or useless registries is always a good thing. I trust CCleaner, but do you mean even CCleaner has its risk of deleting important registries and cause problems? If that's true, I won't bother other tools that I am not familiar with. There is a scenario I encountered today: google chrome updated to 79.0.3945.79, the
  3. Hello, I have been using CCleaner for years, but I found that fixing "obsolete software registries" does not always work. CCleaner usually ignores some software I had completely uninstalled (even for years). I can still find a lot of obsolete registries there: "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\". For example, I tried to install 2 software and uninstalled them, run CCleaner to see what will happen with obsolete software registry. 1 of them is highlighted and I can choose to remove it, another is ignored (not being scanned). Any suggestion? Is this a bug?
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