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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
6.2 MB
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Downloads:
1909
Platform:
Win 2003/XP/Vista/7
Publisher:
CyberDefender Corp(more)
Publisher's Descriptions

Over time the Windows database known as "Registry"in which Windows and other applications store information can begin to hold data that is no longer valid. This invalid data eventually begins to clutter your Registry, slows down Windows, and can cause many other problems.

CyberDefender Registry Cleaner will clean up and streamline your Registry by finding and removing these invalid data references. Depending on the quantity of errors that are corrected, your machine's performance can dramatically improve.



You can download CyberDefender Registry Cleaner free here.
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