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NOTE: Please read this entire posting, and make sure you really and truly understand it, before doing anything which this posting recommends doing.
NOTE: If REVO found no files/folders, then you will be taken straight to the screen showing any registry items which it found; or if there are even none of those, then you will be taken to a screen saying that REVO found nothing else and that it's done. But I'll assume that it found some files/folders...
NOTE: RegSeeker is pretty cool, but it was definitely written for Windows XP, not Vista. If one is running Vista, then RegSeeker can be extraordinarily useful in terms of its registry seeking and manipulation capabilities, but may or may not be particularly useful -- especially with regard to its tweaks -- on Windows Vista. Whenever I recommend RegSeeker, it is only for its registry seeking (and editing or deletion, etc.) capabilities, and not for anything else... especially on Vista. There are other tools that do the other things which RegSeeker also does, and which does them better. So I am officially saying, right here and now, for the record (so that no one accuses me of recommending something here that later goofed-up their machine), that one should only use RegSeeker as a registry seeker, and nothing else. On XP, it's other features might be okay; but don't fiddle with them for sure, on Vista... just to be safe... and even if it turns out that they woudn't hurt Vista after all. Just be safe and don't use RegSeeker on Vista for anything other than what I'm about to describe herein as the way to use it.
NOTE: XPero's "Take Control" utility can also help with what's described in the preceding paragraph. Personally, I prefer the right-click thing... but if you'd rather do it with XPero's utility, then fine. It's your shot to call. Usually, on the off chance that XPero's "Take Control" utility doesn't do it, the right-click thing will... hence the reason that I usually just go with that. But, again, it's entirely at your option.
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