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Quickly identify and repair missing and invalid references in Windows registry with free Error Cleaner

One of the inherent problems with the Windows Registry is the number of obsolete entries it will accumulate over the life of the system. These obsolete entries will create performance impact on the registry which in turn will impact the overall performance of the system. To solve these problems, there are several tools available for scanning the registry to fix and correct errors, one such free tool is Free Error Cleaner which will identify and repair Windows registry errors quickly.

Free Error Cleaner is a free tool for Windows Vista, XP and 2003 which scans for missing and invalid references in Windows registry by using a high-performance error identification algorithm and it will repair them instantly.

Moreover, an automatic backup of your registry is created every time you use Free Error Cleaner. You can restore any items any time for peace of mind.

Free Error Cleaner requires a registration key which will be available free from the official website.


  1. Hi..
    it seems to be a rogue, please take a look at WOT

  2. Confirmed it's a Rogue, both PREVX 3.0 and MalwareBytes' Antimalware detected it

  3. @Leofelix,
    Thanks for this valuable information.
    I recommend users to check this link before downloading the program.
    [Before publishing this post I tested it with Virustotal, but couldn't find any problem.]


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