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Registry CleanUp Suite 5 Full Version License Key for Free

Registry CleanUP 5 Suite  is a reliable windows registry cleaner software that eliminated quickly and conveniently useless and obsolete registry key from your Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. In addition to registry cleaner, Registry CleanUP 5 Suite also contains a registry defragmenter, a start-up manager and a registry editor. The start-up manager is able to isolate individual programs when Windows starts. With this function you have a direct impact on the programs that load at start-up.

The Starter-Edition of Registry CleanUP 5 is available as a freeware, with limited features. To grab to the full version, you will need to enter a license key. Follow below simply steps to get a free  license key of Registry CleanUP 5 Suite Full Version:

1. Go to the registration page here or here, enter your first name (vorname), last name (Nachname) and email address (E-Mail-Adresse) in the appropriate field, and then click on the “Absenden” button.

2. Check the inbox of the e-mail you registered with, you will find an email from with your confirmation link. Click on the confirmation link to receive your free license key (by doing this you also subscribe to the “Load Street newsletter” services).

3. Download Registry CleanUP 5 Suite from this link and install it. Note: It is a good habit to always take a backup copy of all important data/registry before attempting to change the system registry settings.

4. Launch Registry CleanUP 5 Suite, navigate to “Options” -> “Convert to full version”. Enter the free license key and click on the “Activate” button to upgrade to the full version.

Registry CleanUp Suite 5  is not the latest version because the developer has released Registry CleanUp Suite 6 some time ago. But this does not mean in any way that Registry CleanUp Suite 5 is useless or obsolete. The features available are still current and compatible with the needs of a regular user.

Updated [May 18, 2013]: This is not a new promo but lasts for a long time (I shared it on Mar 28, 2012). It is still working and many of you may need it. I change the date published for this post to make it up.

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