Skip to comments.Does anyone know of a good pc registry cleaner?
Posted on 03/26/2010 12:20:20 PM PDT by Dem Guard
I was using MaxSecure's Max Registry Cleaner until I got this global warming support email from them today. Their gone from my home. Any others worth using?
(Their disgusting email) This Saturday, the symbols of our civilization, iconic buildings and landmarks from all over the world, will stand in darkness, to help bring to light one of the biggest challenges of our generation-- Climate Change.
The 'Earth Hour' that began as a show of solidarity against climate change has today become a global movement. On March 27 at 8.30pm, switch off your lights to support action against climate change.
Call for a climate deal that keeps global warming below two degrees and pledge to reduce your own carbon footprint. You can urge your employer, employees, club and your community to do the same that is the essence of mass action by ordinary people and its cumulative power cannot be overstated. We need to keep global warming as far below 2°C degrees as possible to avoid dangerous runaway climate change. Internationally, we need world leaders to deliver a fair, effective and binding new climate deal.
This year over a billion people from over 90 countries and 900 cities will come together to mark the Earth Hour. Max Secure Software, once again, has pledged its support to the worlds largest global climate change event.
On Saturday - March 27, 2010, Max Secure Software would switch off all lights in its offices between 8.30 PM and 9.30 PM - the designated 'Earth Hour'.
Join the 'Earth Hour' by switching off all lights this Saturday - 8.30 PM - 9.30 PM. Just for one hour.
Max Secure Software, www.maxpcsecure.com
Not a good idea to show your customers your political bias
I think I will delete them too
Malwarebytz is excellent
Yes, what he said, it is here:
no such thing
format and reinstall
in fact... I think I will download it to my other computers using my other email addresses then delete them and tell why!
(not that I would encourage EVERYONE ELSE HERE to do something like that)
Sophos has a free root kit cleaner.
CCleaner.com has a registry cleaner as well. It is also free.
Yes - boot an Ubuntu cdrom and type “dd if=/dev/null of=/dev/hda”
Now - don’t REALLY do this - it’ll wipe your disk, which from us Linux bigots would be your first step to redemption.
I use Glary Registry Cleaner...it’s free-ware.
No kidding. Mine was up for renewal in 10 days and I just sent them an email telling them why I won’t be doing that.
Good one! I hadn’t thought of that connection.
i use ccleaner as well
Try Gentoo or Slackware Linux.
...quickly running away, you know someone was going to say it eventually. :-)
I'll defer to the serious answers elsethread.
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