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RegSeeker v2.0 BETA Build 4412

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The ultimate Registry and Cleaning tool for Windows is now available in version 2.0 with some new exclusive features !

RegSeeker includes a powerful registry cleaner and can display various informations like your startup entries, several histories

(protect your privacy!), installed applications and much more !

Try RegSeeker today and discover how you can clean and speed-up your PC !

Some of new features include:

? Vista and Windows 7 support

? Great option to filter the results (just enter your text near the magnify icon) !

? 2 new Startup entries : Drivers and Services (will display invalid ones in red. Note: won't list Microsoft ones).

? Clean your Temporary files with your own customized list !

? User customizable Open Files/Recent File list per application (See file : RecentFiles.txt) and more !

RegSeeker v2.0 BETA Build 4412 Released

Dec 08 2012

Whats New

? New:Include Windows Vista / 7 support (UAC compliant).

? New:Great option to filter the results (just enter your text near the magnify icon) !

You can now easily select all entries matching your filter for deletion !!

? New:Option Check for invalid service removed, replaced by 2 new entries : Drivers and Service (except Microsoft ones).

? Drivers/Services listed in Blue : no information available on file, user needs to check if valid.

? Drivers/Service listed in red : missing file for Driver/Service, eg. Invalid.

? New:User customizable list to clean Temporary files !

? New:User customizable Open Files/Recent File list per application (See file : RecentFiles.txt)

? Improved:Scan speed improved under Vista

? Improved:Add/Remove and Invalid application list

? Improved:Recent Open file / Old Start Menu list

? Improved:Speed and Safety for Registry cleaner results

? Other:You can now stop the scan by hitting the ESC key.

? Removed:Printing function

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These things are redundant, useless, and often do more harm than good.

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