Registry Life 1.15 - What's New

Questions and comments regarding Reg Organizer, Registry Life and Autorun Organizer.
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Registry Life 1.15 - What's New

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Registry Life 1.15 has been released.

* The Registry Optimization function has been updated and improved.

* When closing the Registry Cleanup results window without saving changes
the program prompts to save them.

* Now it is possible to add items to the Registry Cleanup function Ignore
List directly from Settings.

* The algorithm of finding invalid entries in the registry parts related to
applications automatically started with Windows has been improved. Now
the program is able to detect more kinds of invalid entries in the above
registry parts.

* The registry cleanup function become more safely.

Download link:

http://www.chemtable.com/files/registry-life-setup.exe
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Re: Registry Life 1.15 Beta - What's New

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Does version 1.15 still look for invalid applications paths and prompt the user to upgrade to Registry Organizer when it finds them?

"I was happy with this program until today when I got the message: 'invalid application path in the settings" with a link to Registry Organizer.
I know you want to sell software, but now I have problems that I can't fix unless I use your software!
NOT GOOD.
I'm removing Registry Life 1.10.
Will version 1.0 take care of this for me?"
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Re: Registry Life 1.15 Beta - What's New

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Yes, version 1.15 shows this information. We'll consider adding a special command line parameter to disable such notifications if they are annoying you.
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Re: Registry Life 1.15 Beta - What's New

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Administrator wrote:Yes, version 1.15 shows this information. We'll consider adding a special command line parameter to disable such notifications if they are annoying you.
Yes, that would be great, unless it would offer to fix them without having to buy Registry Optimizer. :)
I know it's marketing thing, though. :(
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Re: Registry Life 1.15 Beta - What's New

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beck wrote:
Administrator wrote:Yes, version 1.15 shows this information. We'll consider adding a special command line parameter to disable such notifications if they are annoying you.
Yes, that would be great, unless it would offer to fix them without having to buy Registry Optimizer. :)
I know it's marketing thing, though. :(

If we'd add a special command line parameter, say "-NoUpgradeOffer", which disables such notifications, would it be useful for you?
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Re: Registry Life 1.15 Beta - What's New

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Administrator wrote:
beck wrote:
Administrator wrote:Yes, version 1.15 shows this information. We'll consider adding a special command line parameter to disable such notifications if they are annoying you.
Yes, that would be great, unless it would offer to fix them without having to buy Registry Optimizer. :)
I know it's marketing thing, though. :(

If we'd add a special command line parameter, say "-NoUpgradeOffer", which disables such notifications, would it be useful for you?
Yes, it would. However my feelings on this is, if a program (free or not) offers to find a problem, it should offer to fix it.
But, if this is disabled, it's like "out of site, out of mind" and if this is what you propose, so be it. I appreciate the consideration.
Strange though that jv power tools and ccleaner don't find this issue, or at least I don't know how to do it. jv power tools is a little hard to use.

Thank you.
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Re: Registry Life 1.15 Beta - What's New

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beck wrote:
Yes, it would. However my feelings on this is, if a program (free or not) offers to find a problem, it should offer to fix it.
But, if this is disabled, it's like "out of site, out of mind" and if this is what you propose, so be it. I appreciate the consideration.
Strange though that jv power tools and ccleaner don't find this issue, or at least I don't know how to do it. jv power tools is a little hard to use.

Thank you.
Okay, the next version 1.15 will have the undocumented command line parameter -NoBottomPanel that will disable the bottom panel. You may add this parameter to the Registry Life Desktop shortcut.