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Which is better at Cleaning your PC(Windows)

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man.with.a.plan

What are some options and what do you use??

I'm currently using the CCleaner free version. I tried IOBit but it made some irreversible changes that slowed my previous install of Win 10.

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The AchieVer

CCleaner should do a decent job, provided you check the appropriate boxes to perform the required work.

 

Further, don’t go overboard with cleaning.

 

Regards

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dac

CCleaner has always did a good job for me - have used it for several years - I just use the portable version so there is no install

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truemate

hey dont go to much behind these so called cleaners...or else u will end up in screwing your system...

just use CCleaner and PrivaZer ..Thats it

 

and if needed moooore ,than use ATF Cleaner by Atribune.. that tiny 50kb tool is good and safe.. works well on win 7.. i think even on win 8.. dont know abt win10

 

Using it from yrss

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man.with.a.plan

Thanks gonna stick to CCleaner... It's doing the job..

IOBit screwed my system and it's a bit heavy too..

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The AchieVer
1 minute ago, man.with.a.plan said:

Thanks gonna stick to CCleaner... It's doing the job..

IOBit screwed my system and it's a bit heavy too..

Go for portable version of CCleaner.

 

Regards

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man.with.a.plan
6 minutes ago, The AchieVer said:

Go for portable version of CCleaner.

 

Regards

Is the portable version officially available?..

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The AchieVer
2 minutes ago, man.with.a.plan said:

Is the portable version officially available?..

 

Download from this link:

 

https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/builds

 

Regards 

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DeLtA
28 minutes ago, truemate said:

hey dont go to much behind these so called cleaners...or else u will end up in screwing your system...

True 

 

9 minutes ago, man.with.a.plan said:

Is the portable version officially available?..

https://download.ccleaner.com/portable/ccsetup552.zip

 

License+ Branding DLL

Site: https://www.upload.ee
Sharecode: /files/9535567/License.rar.html

 

 

 

 

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Pete 12

Using CCleaner together with Ace Utilities..................good and safe (!) cleaning.......... !!:thumbsup:     

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Alpha1BA

CCleaner

System Ninja

BleachBit

Privazer

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straycat19
On 2/7/2019 at 9:42 AM, truemate said:

hey dont go to much behind these so called cleaners...or else u will end up in screwing your system...

just use CCleaner and PrivaZer ..Thats it

 

and if needed moooore ,than use ATF Cleaner by Atribune.. that tiny 50kb tool is good and safe.. works well on win 7.. i think even on win 8.. dont know abt win10

 

Using a ATF Cleaner, which was released in 2007 for Win XP and 2000 ONLY, isn't a smart move.   Neither is using programs that you have no clue of what is inside them.  A lot of cleaners clean worthless things that are recreated every time the computer is run, like the Prefetch that ATF is cleaning.  Even the developer said he was not running Prefetch because he wasn't sure of its usefulness.

 

The best cleaners in the world are those powershell or other scripts you write to clean things that you know need to be cleaned because you KNOW your operating system and where it stores those items.  I have scripts that run on every shutdown or startup that clean all the temp files, caches, and event logs.  Those are the items that I deem necessary to clean and to use one or more programs to do it is absolutely stupid.

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niosi

I always use cccleaner and I feel great, does its job without weighing the system and can be used in portable version

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Outstrip

CCleaner is decent.  If you want more out of it, use winapp2.ini method which is described here

 

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Skunk1966
On 2/8/2019 at 8:00 PM, straycat19 said:

I have scripts that run on every shutdown or startup that clean all the temp files, caches, and event logs.  Those are the items that I deem necessary to clean and to use one or more programs to do it is absolutely stupid.

can you post the scripts? I'm curious

 

My #1 software for cleaning is Privazer (donor version)

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kenzhin

I go with avast cleanup premium. Done cleaning so many times, still don't have problems. I just install the trial, after the trial expired. i just entered the key that is available on youtube, that's it. the subscription still valid up to 2043.

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ismail10messi1989

CCleaner for cleaning cookies, temp file etc... and Revo Uninstaller to neatly uninstall softwares

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napalm.neca

UnCleaner by Josh Cell is enough, and can be easily schedulled.

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ashish1989

Is there any automatic cleaner which works in background also and provides real time optimization.

I always used tuneup utilities in the past but using avg pc tuneup now, having no issues at all

But still want to try an alternative, if it is good

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jerx

I switching from ccleaner to bleachbit & stick with it 🤗

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