Why does a second run of the program still find a few dozen invalid entries?
I have run Registry First Aid many times it continues to find the same items and never seems to reduce the number of problems. Why?
Why some other registry cleaners find more invalid registry entries than Registry First Aid?
Why does Registry First Aid initially show entries as "Delete Entry" and then change to "Leave the entry without change"?
Why doesn't Registry First Aid recognize all my removable drives in the "excluded" list?
Why doesn't Registry First Aid scan HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT hive? Is there a reason for this?
My copy of Registry First Aid finds everything, shows what to correct but when I tell it to correct the items it does nothing. What is wrong?
Why does Registry First Aid seem to get stuck at certain percentages completed and can stay there for quite a while?
Why does the progress bar not appear during the scanning?
Why do some found keys have the "Leave the entry (no permission to modify)" label. How do I handle this?
What is registry "defragmentation" and what is "compaction"?
Why some registry files in defragmentation window show negative compression ratio?
Some of non-selected items marked as Entry is OK. Why then they listed with RFA?