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What are User Shell Folders in the Registry?

User Shell folders and related errors in the Registry

Registry Reviver finds a lot of errors related to the current user of the PC (the person who is logged in when the scan runs). It scans environment variables, personal program groups, desktop settings, network connections, printers, and application preferences. Any wayward registry entries associated with these settings and preferences get added to the list of User Shell folders and cleaned out.

If you have multiple users on your PC, it may be worthwhile to run Registry Reviver while logged in to each account, with that person’s permission, of course.

This is the final Registry Error Insight. Click the tag at the bottom of the post to read through them all and discover how thoroughly Registry Reviver keeps your registry free of errors.

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