Feigning normality since 1973
Microsoft broke my Windows
Filed in: Computers.
So I ran RegClean, a Microsoft product, to clean the Windows registry on my PC. It was so thorough that it also deleted a number of references to explorer.exe - resulting in My Computer and folders in general to lose the Open and Explore options on their context menu, and no longer open in explorer by default.
One would think that a piece of software purposely written by Microsoft for cleaning the registry would not do that sort of thing, wouldn't one?
But apparently one would be wrong. The odd thing is I'd run RegClean before with no problems.
Posted September 23, 2004 6:56 PM
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