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To answer the question, can you sort through the registry yourself and remove the errors?
The short answer is no. You'll see why in the second. This is the registry editor here for Windows and this is what the registry actually looks like, it’s a whole bunch of like folders, its look like in key under. So if you use—if you double click you can see all these folders here, if you go onto anyone of these, you can see subfolders and then under that more subfolders. So, once you click to one of the lower parts you can see all these keys over here.
So, actually knowing what you're looking for is something that you would need to be very advanced at Windows to know and even people who are advanced Windows who don’t bother even know trying to do this stuff, because it’s just not worth it. it is so much easier to just do a scan with a popular software. So, the one I use is RegCure and this will actually scan all of these things here for you’re automatically. And you can get a copy of this if your interested, go to bestregistryclaim.com and you can get a special version and run a free scan of your machine from here and then you'll see how many errors it actually picks up and the different types of errors which would just take you years to actually workout all those for yourself. So, give this a go and you'll find stocks of others on your machine which you didn’t have—which you had no idea about.