So it has always puzzled me why their tiny applications (Process Explorer, TCPView, Diskmon, TDImon, etc), while not requiring installation, store settings in the Registry. These entries will remain even after deleting the applications, unless users manually search for and remove them.
It is all the more puzzling as they are clearly aware of this issue: Registry Junk: A Windows Fact of Life.Sysinternals and all Windows developers: please, if you are listening, be so kind as to consider:
/windows | Nov 04, 2005
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