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TuneUp Utilities 2008 on win 98se?

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TuneUp Utilities 2008 is no long support win 98. Neverthless I try it on my win 98 se and find that some functions act fine (registry cleaner for example) and some not (1 click maintenance). Is there a way to make it all worked well?

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  • 7 months later...

Jv16 Powertools (macecraft.com) gets rid of register problems and useless files a LOT more effectively. It cleans out cache memory. It will speed up your computer. I've used it for months. It's easy to use and doesn't crash your win 98 system.

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No need of updates when old versions run OK, being your OS the same. In many cases new versions are not good for Windows 98 SE users even being compatible: I've had myself some bad experiences with software "for Windows 98", which sabotaged my computer. Well, I suspect maybe it is a way to "convince" you to buy a new machine without spending a cent in ads. I always seek the best version for my needs, no matter if I find it to be the oldest one. Good old versions are also Easy Cleaner 2.0, BoostSpeed 3 and SpeedStartup. A very good freeware new registry cleaner is Glary Registry Repair 2.8.

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A very good freeware new registry cleaner is Glary Registry Repair 2.8.

I would respectfully disagree with that suggestion. I tried this program, liked it well enough, but after I ran Spybot, it found the following malware ...


FlashDollars.RegistryRepair: [sBI $9FE4E5EC]

Program directory

Use this program with caution! I immediately deleted it after Spybot S&D detected this malware.

You could try RegSeeker 1.55 as an alternative. I use it every day and it works quite well without any glitches or crashes.

Edited by etalmar
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