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  1. #1
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    Find delete empty registry keys

    hi,

    My registry application searches around 50 empty registry keys. But there is no action about them. what is these empty registry keys and how i can delete them.please explain me .
    thank you.

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    Re: Find delete empty registry keys

    Empty registry keys are of no value in the registry and they just add up to the size of the registry.One of the most common reason of empty keys are the placeholders left behind after you uninstall various applications from computer.so they are not harmful no need to worry .

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    Re: Find delete empty registry keys

    You can delete manually by using regedit in run but manual deletion is not safe for computer as that can damage the registry due to small mistake.So to delete the empty registry in a safe way use registry cleaner to repair your registry safely .

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    Re: Find delete empty registry keys

    Registry Winner is another best solution for this problem which can delete the empty registry keys effectively. It will fix the computer errors and optimize the system speed. this software is impressive to fix any registry error and optimize the computers performance.

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