Windows 10: Should I delete this folder in the Registry
Should I delete this folder in the Registry
I have uninstalled Setpoint with Advanced Uninstaller but though it supposedly cleans up the Registry afterwards, it actually doesn't.
While in the Registry, I typed "Setpoint" under Find and it brings me to this particular Folder. In it, I see several things regarding Setpoint. My questions is, should I delete just the material in this Folder or should I delete the whole Folder. I'll give a screenshot of what I mean. Hopefully this helps.
I would install CCleaner and use it's registry cleaning function:
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I have CCleaner aboard but should I delete that Folder or should I just delete the stuff in it?
I would say you could delete the folder.
Thank you for your assistance. It is much appreciated.
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