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ScanX - A Registry Cleaner

, 29 Jan 2012
C#/WPF - ScanX: Creating a commercial quality Registry cleaner.
Prize winner in Competition "Best C# article of December 2011"

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About the Author

John Underhill (Steppenwolfe)
Network Administrator vtdev.com
Canada Canada
Network and programming specialist. Started in C, and have learned about 14 languages since then. Cisco programmer, and lately writing a lot of C# and WPF code, (learning Java too). If I can dream it up, I can probably put it to code. My software company, (VTDev), is on the verge of releasing a couple of very cool things.. keep you posted.

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