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Registry Trash Keys Finder

Posted on Tuesday, September 22 2009 @ 22:02:06 CEST by

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.

  • Added two new entries in Tools menu for x64 systems: "Open Regedit (32-bit)" and "Open Regedit (64-bit)"
  • Added search for Softwrap trial protection keys
  • The search for NULL keys was a little bit accelerated
  • The code used for WinLicense Registry keys and hidden files search was almost completely rewritten
  • Added Null keys' search in whole of HKEY_USERS Registry branch (not only in HKEY_USERS.Default as before)
  • The behavior of the results' list during its sorting, filling, deleting entries, etc was changed for more comfortable usage
  • Added additional routine for searching the trial keys created by "cracked" versions of ExeCryptor protector
  • Algorithmes of searching for leftovers of the protection engines EncryptPE, PCGuard and Obsidium (including the latest ones) are substantially improved
  • Added routine for searching obsolete entries in Uninstall and ARPCache (undocumented part of Registry) sections
  • Added code for "forced" deleting of Registry, which can't be deleted due to insufficient access rights, in case the key is locked by some application, driver, etc
  • Now one can use (!) prefix with /d command line option for Registry key forced deletion (FVO)*
  • Del-file: use (!) before Registry key path (it works in exactly the same way as it works with command line parameter /d=(!)), see samples in the help file (FVO)

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