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Old October 19th, 2014, 03:43 PM
Ned Seagoon Ned Seagoon is offline
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But Jintan's wealth of experience suggests that his opinion is the one a wise person would follow.

Backs to Murf's original post, I agree with him, what does it matter if there are a few unnecessary entries within the registry? Computers are great at searching for records, if there are some there that are not needed, they will be skipped over when searching.

It's just like going into the local library and looking for a book by Shakespeare, if you come across one by Jonson, you skip right past it, and keep looking for Shakespeare.

If there is any chance of the application trashing the computer, and little chance of a significant improvement in performance, why take the risk?
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