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No it wouldn't. You never should clean everything listed on the registry analysis. If you've not experienced issues doing this in the past, it just dumb luck and at some point it will break something.

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Using ccleaner and various registry cleaners for  years, never had a problem..ever.

Incorporate an automatic back up feature. ccleaner already backups manually.

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Rubbish

Stuff happens

Just because a registry backup file is successfully created (assuming that Windows is in a good mood)

is no guarantee that Windows will be able to correctly restore the backup when it is realized that the system has been damaged by an excessive purge of the registry.

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Backup doesn't always fix. It's your PC I don't really care if you mess it up by cleaning without looking (I do like how, after I stated,not having a break is a matter of "yet", you still tried to say it ;) )

 

Your suggestion has been made a multitude of times throughout ccleaner's history. While I highly object to it, personally, and feel it will not ever be added, I will repeat my rote but true statement; all suggestions are read by the developers, they do often add viable and popular suggestions; so even if regular visitors here, such as myself, may dislike a suggestion does not mean it won't make it in the program (ahem drive wiper & duplicate finder)

 

Edit: ninja'd by @Alan_B

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plus you may run the reg cleaner many times, over many months before a 'corruption' makes itself known, then it's a guessing game as to which reg backup file to use, then it has to be retrofitted with other changes since that backup, it all gets messy quickly.

 

-1 to the 1-click suggestion

+1 to making reg backups automated (or a user controlled option)

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