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ATTENTION: Registry defragmentation requires...

 
   
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  ATTENTION: Registry defragmentation requires that no programs are running during the registry analysis.

Please save all your work and close running programs before proceeding.

Please also disable your antivirus program for the duration of the analysis. Firewalls do not usually need to be disabled.

After you have closed all other programs, click OK to continue. 

 
Typical location
  C:\Program Files\WinUtilities\

 
Issued By
  ToolRegDefrag.exe

 
OS
  Windows XP

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  warning 

   
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  YL Computing, Inc.    
 
   
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