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Re: Removing TOR from Registry

as far as I know it deletes the keys that are left over by any program that is not installed anymore and other "old"stuff.
I cant promise anything ofcourse ;)

Ringo Kamens schreef:
I'm not sure if regmechanic does these keys specifically because I
don't know which keys we're talking about and I don't have experience
with regmechanic, but it might.

On 1/3/07, Job <Job2@xxxxxxx> wrote:
cant you just use a program like registry mechanic? it deletes unused
keys in the registry right?

Vincent BTinternet schreef: > No disrespect to TOR users and all those who put in all the hard work > to make a reliable program (free more importantly) that innocent > people can use and I myself have enjoyed the privileges of trying to > browse anonymously as an extra security feature but once again I am > having to remove Tor and not look back for a while cos it does get in > the way of some of my other installed applications. > & > I use Windows not Linux which Tor appears to be better suited. > > I have just recently solved a problem after my pc became corrupted and > I found privoxy blocking ads from my FTP client - I needed the latest > Macromedia Flash player. > > Is there a command I can run in the command prompts to completely > clear TOR from my system or registry safely? > > I reiterate, this is temporary and I do intend reusing TOR again > sometime in the future again. > > Vincent.