Registry Defragers do they do anything ???



On Holidays
07-10-2005, 02:06 AM
Registry Defragers do they do anything ???


Not sure how big a registtery file is or how much its used in a usual
session of XP.

So would their be any benifit in defragging it ??

Thanks.

Ted Zieglar
07-10-2005, 02:06 AM
Here are the facts: Registry defraggers do nothing of value that XP doesn't
already do on its own, and they just might trash your system. Stay tuned for
the hype...
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Ted Zieglar
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"On Holidays" <abbyrow.com.uk> wrote in message
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> Registry Defragers do they do anything ???
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> Not sure how big a registtery file is or how much its used in a usual
> session of XP.
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> So would their be any benifit in defragging it ??
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> Thanks.
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Bruce Chambers
07-10-2005, 02:07 AM
On Holidays wrote:
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> Registry Defragers do they do anything ???
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Yes, but nothing useful. And they are potentially very dangerous.


> Not sure how big a registtery file is or how much its used in a usual
> session of XP.
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> So would their be any benifit in defragging it ??
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To date, no one has been able to prove that "defragging" the WinXP
registry does anything useful at all.



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Registry Defragers do they do anything ???