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Posted on 1998-09-09
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Hello
Can anyone tell me how to automatically/programmatically remove
all entries of programs I have deleted from registry ?.

On browsing through the registry on my computer I noticed a very
large number of appwizard generated programs which have all been
deleted still showing in the registry.

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Get RegClean from http://www.download.com/PC/Result/TitleDetail/0,4,0-41891,1000.html?st.dl.results.list.tdtl

It's written by Microsoft. (It apparently is having problems with Win98 though but it works fine on 95/NT)
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Yes, thanks this works.
But I actually intended to use only  MFC or API I had
no intention of downloading.
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