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Registry Trash Keys Finder 3.9.1.2

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Registry Trash Keys Finder (TrashReg) is an advanced Registry cleaning tool. The main function of RTKF is

to allow the removal of unnecessary keys from the Windows Registry. Many programs leave keys in the Registry,

even after programs removal using an uninstallation facility provided with the programs themselves. RTKF allows

you to decide whether to delete or leave the keys found.

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hakah

Thanks for sharing!

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Dodo

do you have full version?

Registration "hardware" dependent!

B)

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Ehsan

do you have full version?

Registration "hardware" dependent!

B)

no matter how is its registration!!

If you have the full installer, just upload it and there are some people out there who can take care of it!

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Picollo

love this program. too bad there isn't a general crack so everyone can use its full features

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munununu

it shows " Full version license verification failed" when I install the "full" version

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QHu91_IT

Help me solve this

Program search for many result key for many program like office, winrar, notepad - it still installed, and many key I don't know, it okay if I delete at all ?

Thank.

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tezza

Help me solve this

Program search for many result key for many program like office, winrar, notepad - it still installed, and many key I don't know, it okay if I delete at all ?

Thank.

There is an option to search for a key name on Google and backups are automatically created once you have deleted one or multiple entries, so you can restore them at any time.

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