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Demo (Free to try)
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2834
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Windows (All Versions)
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Publisher's Descriptions
The RegDefense application was designed to restore your computer to help it run like new. RegDefense prevents PC slow downs and crashes by cleaning up registry files and errors.

It also repairs DLL’s and general system slow downs that cause computer frustrations. RegDefense scans your computer and finds the problems with your computer and then fixes them so your computer runs like it did when you first took it out of the box.

You can download RegDefense free here.
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We do not allow the inclusion of any RegDefense serial, keygen or crack and we disclaim any liability for the inappropriate use of RegDefense.
FindMySoft advises that RegDefense should be only used in accordance with the rules of intellectual property and the existing Criminal Code.
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