This excellent freeware utility makes the potentially daunting prospect of cleaning your Windows Registry safe and simple. The interface is spare and straightforward, and most users will probably only need the Scan and Remove buttons.
The settings are configured for immediate use, although you may exclude some Registry branches and references to removable drives from the scan. The default Beginner mode only displays items marked safe to remove, and the Expert mode makes clear which ones aren't. In case something goes wrong after deletion, you can quickly restore the removed keys.
In our tests, the utility found and removed hundreds of junk entries in minutes, making it a worthy download for almost any home user, especially those who are less technically inclined.
When applications fail to remove their own Registry entries when uninstalled, TweakNow RegCleaner will help you get rid of them. To keep your computer at top performance, it is recommended you periodically clean your Windows Registry to prevent slowdowns. TweakNow RegCleaner has been designed to do this. It has been made to quickly remove unwanted registry items accurately.
December 05, 2015
Version: TweakNow RegCleaner 7.3.1
I can find nothing good about this sneaky garbage.
I am careful about where I browse and especially what I download. This junk installed itself without my knowledge or permission when I went to google.com and clicked on the ookla speedtest, as I had just installed a new cable modem and wanted to try and check its performance. ( that's how it got on my pc, as best as I can figure out, going by the day and time it appeared).
I only became aware of it when it sent up a false warning popup that there was a problem with the "registry" in my "Edge" browser on my pc with Windows 10 Pro x64. I immediately went and uninstalled it when I found it in my programs list, then I did a full scan with Malwarebytes to remove what was still remaining.
This kind of sneaky sh** pisses me off to no end.