Microsoft RegClean v4.1a



Release Date: January 23, 2002.
RegClean analyzes Windows Registry keys that are stored in a common location in the Windows Registry. It finds keys that contain erroneous values, and after recording those entries in an UNDO.REG file, it removes them from the Windows Registry. Any items which RegCleans removes from the registry will be stored in an 'Undo' file.


RegClean analyzes Windows Registry keys that are stored in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT in the Windows Registry. It finds keys that contain erroneous values, and after recording those entries in an Undo.reg file, it removes them from the Windows Registry.

In order to start the cleaning process, the program first performs a system scan and provides you with information on the number of keys or values checked and the problems found.

You can browse through the entries identified as problems and get more data on them: learn if the file or folder could not be found, if the key is not needed, get the location of the registry key, the value type and name.

It is very possible that RegClean will not correct a problem that you have encountered. RegClean will leave any entries in the registry that it does not understand or that could possibly be correct.




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