I previously covered CCleaner when I first started this website. I still think this is a great tool and the in lieu of writing about Advanced SystemCare this evening, I felt it would be good to remind readers of or introduce them to CCleaner. CCleaner’s purpose is to clean your computer of temporary files, junk files, and invalid file references. CCleaner is highly recommended by Windows Forums members and I suggest, after making a system restore point, that’s you tried this program out to see just how much you can improve your PC.
Each system clean program will look for different files and I run several programs throughout the week. I decided to give CCleaner a go again and here are my results:
- The first thing you’ll want to do is create a system restore point
- Download CCleaner here
- Install the program. Note: I decided to opt out of the Yahoo toolbar. We’re trying to get rid of junk here–not add more.
- Analyze your drive to see how much space you can save
- Click Run Cleaner watch the space on your hard drive increase
I am still impressed with the CCleaner and recommend it to all mintywhite readers.
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