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Hi,

When we install an application, new registry entries will be created. These entries should automatically be deleted when we uninstall the application. Unfortunately, it does not always work that way. Sometimes, you will find that some applications fail to remove their own registry entries. These entries then become obsolete.
Over time, the Windows Registry begins to hold data that are invalid and obsolete. This invalid data eventually accumulates in the Registry, slowing Windows down, compromising PC performance and causing other problems.
So, to keep your computer in top performance, it is recommended that you periodically clean your Windows registry.

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