How to enable Administrator rights for my User Account to run Max Registry Cleaner?

Max Registry Cleaner accesses your windows Registry to find invalid entries so it needs to have administrator rights. If you are getting a message "Currently logged in user does not have rights to access the registry....." then we would request you to change your rights.

Please log off, login as administrator and then change rights for this user as follows:

Go to Start--->Settings--->Control Panel---> double click User Accounts ---> click on that User ---> Properties ---> Group Membership--->in the drop down list for Others choose Administrators.

Now you can log off again and login as other user, you will be able to run Max Registry Cleaner successfully.

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