System and registry cleaners often report wildly differing results. The reason? Sales tactics, and no clear consensus of what it means to be clean.
Obviously, something has been left behind by the uninstall process. But do we even need to worry about it?
Registry cleaners are widely available. When do you need one? Why? What’s the best registry cleaner if you do? In general, a registry cleaner isn’t needed and when it is, shouldn’t be used frequently.