SMalik Posted August 3, 2011 Share Posted August 3, 2011 I have never heard of a subkey. do you mean a value ? I for one would prefer that CCleaner maintain its reputation as being safer than the common herd of registry cleaners and boosters. It would be harmful if Piriform developers incorporated a rudimentary REG.EXE so that Winapp2.ini users have enhanced unsupervised super-killer capabilities. I normally run CCleaner from a BAT script launched from a desktop short-cut. The script first wipes out all the foreign language subdirectories that come with every Xmarks update in Firefox profile. This script could also easily cause the merge of a previously exported and edited REG file with chosen non-zero default values. All under user control and user responsibility. Definition: A key in the Windows Registry can be thought of like a file folder. A key that sits within another key is called a "subkey". Source: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/termss/g/registy_subkey.htm Microsoft recognize the term 'Subkey'. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310516 You deserve a promotion from Power Member to some other higher grades. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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