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Windows 10: System 32 config folder...what’s safe to delete?

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  1.    2 Days Ago #21

    Agreed. It's not worth it as have been said before. Better leave registry alone. As for AVAST, I am not saying it's a bad AV. In fact, I am testing it right now on 1803.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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       2 Days Ago #22

    Defragging the registry is a "feel good" operation that has no effect at all on performance.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


 
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