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I am currently running Wise Registry Cleaner and am very happy with the results. I am about to download and install Wise Care 365 with a view to upgrading to the Pro. version. First, however, I would like to know whether the product is safe as far as SSDs are concerned. Is there anything I need to avoid doing? I have three hard drives on my PC, two of which are SSDs.

Also, do I have to uninstall Wise Registry Cleaner before installing 365?

Thanks in advance

0liver

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I decided to uninstall WRC and replaced it with Wise Care 365. Sadly, after running my first clean-up, I found that I had lost all my Firefox bookmarks except for Most Visited. Forunately, I have just done a Windows 7 reinstall, so I only lost half-a-dozen bookmarks. Where did I go wrong? Can I prevent this happening in future?

Any advice appreciated.

0liver

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Hello. Thanks for the reply. My Firefox is version 31.0. Fortunately, I managed to recover my bookmarks via the Firefox library feature.

I realize that SSDs are not suited to defragging, but had the impression that this didn't apply to registry defrag. Is this the case?

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Hello Oliver,

 

It is perfectly OK to defrag the registry on an SSD (with regard to wear and tear). The process is explained here:

 

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/registry-defrag-good-or-bad

 

Please be advised that the above information does not condone the routine use of any registry defragger; however, if you are so inclined, Wise Registry Cleaner is the best of the bunch IMHO.

 

 

Best regards,

 

UCanFixit

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