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Wouldn't it be great to clean up your fragmented registry after you 'clean' it up. Major performance boost.

I mean a registry defragmenter. It would also be cool to have a file scanner to find all of the duplicates.

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There is no Proof that registry Defrag does anything benificial.

CCLeaner is a Crap Cleaner. duplicates finder removers are many, and not all duplicates are Crap.

 

These ideas are not new and do not, IMHAEO, appeal to the purpose of CCLeaner

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There is no Proof that registry Defrag does anything benificial.

CCLeaner is a Crap Cleaner. duplicates finder removers are many, and not all duplicates are Crap.

 

These ideas are not new and do not, IMHAEO, appeal to the purpose of CCLeaner

 

"Unlike Registry Cleaners, defragmenting the registry can improve performance.

Paging and Registry file fragmentation can be one of the leading causes of

performance degradation related to file fragmentation in a system."

[Dr. Mark Russinovich /Windows Sysinternals]

 

http://home.comcast.net/~SupportCD/XPMyths.html

 

Since CCleaner includes a -Registry Cleaner-,

CCleaner needs a -Registry Defragmentation- Tool, too.

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Wouldn't it be great to clean up your fragmented registry after you 'clean' it up. Major performance boost.

 

Major performance boost?

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I'm inclined to respect the opinion from Windows Sysinternals and have used their Pagedefrag utility.

 

Interesting thing though ... even after years of editing the registry using regedit and cleaning it using CCleaner, Pagedefrag has always shown no fragmentation of my registry hives.

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exactly pagedefrag is an excellent utility..

you also could try ntregop..it eill compact registry to make it smaller and fastest.

I think you're missing my point ... PageDefrag has never had to defrag my registry because its analysis has always shown that there is no fragmentation.

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