From the “Choice of Law” paragraph of the Uniblue Registry Booster 2009 License Agreement: “This Licensing Agreement Will Be Governed By The Laws of Malta, Europe Excluding Any Conflict Of Rules Of Law”

That’s paragraph 11. The preamble to the Licensing Agreement says “it is advisable that You print or save a soft copy of this Licensing Agreement for record purposes.” Which I might have done if I could figure out how – I couldn’t even make my Firefox browser super copy the Licensing Agreement, no less print a “soft” copy.

In the CNET tech support forums, participants warn:

I installed “Registry Booster” and did not like it.

It only cleaned up 15 problems and they won’t clean up any more until I purchase it.

Every time I boot up they keep hasseling me to purchase the software.
There is NO UNINSTALL program for this software and no listing in the index or contents to uninstall it.

Beware… this is ZOMBIEWARE !
You can’t kill it.

and

I also got the free version of Registry Booster. It does not have an uninstall selection in the programs menu, as claimed in the FAQ on Uniblue’s website. I went to Add/Remove Programs, but it doesn’t seem to be listed there.

and numerous others made similar comments. Yet at its home page Uniblue claims to have a “five star user rating” from CNET. I’m thinking that might be five stars out of 100. Anyway, you’ve been warned!

2 thoughts on “From the “Choice of Law” paragraph of the Uniblue Registry Booster 2009 License Agreement: “This Licensing Agreement Will Be Governed By The Laws of Malta, Europe Excluding Any Conflict Of Rules Of Law”

  1. I had the usual problem. This white spanner on blue background suddenly appeared on my desktop, and one day a week or two later, when I was bored, I made the mistake of clicking on it to see what it was. Bad decision! Ever since, it’s been hassling me to buy it so as to fix the 70+ errors it claims to have found in my registry. My computer is maintained by AVG, ErrorFix and Spybot, so I suspect the problems are all of its own definition. I’ll be grateful to anyone who can tell me how to uninstall.

  2. Registry cleaner is intended to be a legitimate antispyware program.

    I know this is more than two years after you posted this entry but the blog entry comes up on google searches for anyone looking to delete Uniblue software. Registry booster should be in “add or remove programs” where you can uninstall it. If that doesn’t work, delete the Uniblue folder from the Registry. Just type “regedit” in the search box at the start menu and the Registry Editor will pop up. Click edit and then ‘find’ on the drop-down menu and type in Uniblue. It will show you the Uniblue folder and deleting it and all of the keys in it will get rid of RegistryBooster.

    Most of the ‘glitches’ it found on my computer were actually keys of legitimate antispyware programs that it detected as glitches, but it is a legitimate anti-spyware, software-repair program.

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