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The registry cleaner isn't really going to fix anything on Windows 10. You should not be cleaning the registry on Windows 10 either since it can cause issues.

Here's Microsoft's official statement about registry cleaners:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2563254/microsoft-support-policy-for-the-use-of-registry-cleaning-utilities

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I've been using CCleaner registry cleaner since Win 10 first arrived on the scene.  No issues as of yet and I service hundreds of computers in my business, both residential and commercial. It is fixing things unless you don't want your registry cleaned.

 

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25 minutes ago, Don1950 said:

I've been using CCleaner registry cleaner since Win 10 first arrived on the scene.  No issues as of yet and I service hundreds of computers in my business, both residential and commercial. It is fixing things unless you don't want your registry cleaned.

 

 

So is this with a business license ?

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My business customers have a license, my residential customers may have a paid or free copy.  I don't install it, I only recommend it and use it if it's already installed.  Personally I use the paid for copies.

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My experience is that on several occasions a malicious registry entry was eradicated by CCleaner.  Tested this prior to and after running a scan by one of the better known anti-malicious programs.  I consider this a fix, I also consider cleaning up any preventable problem before it becomes a problem to be a fix.

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