can anybody tell me the best registry cleaner software which cannot effect the function of our system?
Some of these companies annoy me. They advertise "get a month's free trial" then you download it, scan, and find only some of the problems will be fixed.
They say to remove all problems you need to register (which means paying around $29.95).
Now, clearly I don't have a problem with someone charging for their service, particularly if it's good. But, to claim that they give a free trial, then to only do part of the job, is something I think is dishonest.
The one above, for example, caught loads of problems, but would only remove a relatively small number of issues (unless/until I registered and paid).
That I don't like.
I think it works, yes. I'm sure some people will pay out for the product if they feel they have a need of it.Would you say that is a good web selling technique that works?
Also, did you finally make the purchase and if yes, would you recommend?