ME: I’ve got the keyboard to work in Duskers now, I solved the problem by running Iobit Advanced System Care free ...
Just for anyone coming across this: I work in IT, and strongly discourage the usage of reg "cleaners".
Think of it as rolling a d20 dice each time you use one of these, 1-3 = found something serious, speed increases (+5%)! 4-12 = found something with no immediate impact. (possibly adds long term instability) 13-17 = removes something that worsens system condition noticably (-10%) 18-20 = removes vital stuff that your system needs to function. (Re-install windows!)
Wanna roll the dice? Your choice.
Statistically, it's much more likely that it removes stuff that either doesn't do anything one way or the other (at all
), or hits something that should not have been removed. Modern OS are managing their registry automatically, and the biggest part of the registry is just a bunch of drawers with settings stored in them that are looked up directly, rather than scanned for. As such, leftover drawers after uninstalling a program just will be ignored and other programs still know exactly where to look for their stuff, regardless of percieved "clutter". Removing that clutter only pleases human OCD, at the constant risk of rolling a 20 or even "just" a 15.
As such, reg cleaners nowadays are mostly snake oil, making matters worse if they're not required to take care of very specific problems, just like you only do a chemo therapy to treat a specific issue with your body when you absolutely need to.