Windows registry helplessly bloats over time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crowe View Post
    Because you consistently barge into threads to thrash closed source/preach open source with little to no regard for the original topic.
    "Consistantly" would imply you could provide one single other example of this, which you will not be able to do. That I have partaken in debates on the topic, when it was the topic, I admit.

    That one person's pompous is another person's shrewd is a reality I won't argue with.
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    Closed.. if anyone else wants to contribute to the conversation about registry bloat, just PM a mod who's online and we can open it up for you.

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