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    LANGALIST By Fred Langa Hard-to-remove “stealth DLLs” and other leftover components of a previous software installation can break Windows Update. Here
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      I was under the impression that CCleaner was no longer–since about 6 – 8 months ago–recommended as a good/trustworthy registry cleaner.  True or not true?  If true, surely you can recommend a product that is a good replacement for that software.


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      We (at AskWoody) tend not to recommend registry cleaners because they can do bad things if you are not careful. Cleaning up the disk with the Windows tools is generally enough.

      cheers, Paul

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