CCleaner 3.03.1366

CCleaner is a freeware system optimization, privacy and cleaning tool. It removes unused files from your system - allowing Windows to run faster and freeing up valuable hard disk space. It also cleans traces of your online activities such as your Internet history. Additionally it contains a fully featured registry cleaner. But the best part is that it's fast (normally taking less than a second to run) and contains NO Spyware or Adware! :)

Cleans the following:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera
  • Safari
  • Windows - Recycle Bin, Recent Documents, Temporary files and Log files.
  • Registry cleaner
  • Third-party applications
  • 100% Spyware FREE

Changelog:

  • Added K-Meleon browser support.
  • Added Rockmelt browser support.
  • Added Chrome Plus browser support.
  • Added Saved Password cleaning for all browsers.
  • Added cleaning for multiple profiles in Google Chrome.
  • Added Recent Search History cleaning for Safari.
  • Added cleaning for Adobe Acrobat 9.0 and 10.0, Shockwave 10 and 11, Daemon Tools, Compare It! and Microsoft Search Helper Extension.
  • Improved Autocomplete Form History cleaning for IE9.
  • Improved Saved Form Information cleaning for Chromium based browsers.
  • Improved Internet History cleaning for Opera.
  • Improved Internet Cache cleaning for Firefox.
  • Improved cleaning for Silverlight and Adobe Reader.
  • Improved Office 2003 and XP to prevent removal of autocorrect settings.
  • Improved Registry backup to address problems when saving values.
  • Added more Windows MRU cleaning rules.
  • Added Belarusian translation.
  • Many UI improvements and bug fixes.

Download: CCleaner 3.03.1366 | 2.8 MB (Freeware)
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16 Comments

I used it once, but I see no difference in overal computer performance.
For cleaning, I can say it 'works' but not sure why I would need this (even it's free) as I can clean the garbage my own since every browser have a nice UI to do this.

TrOjAn. said,
I used it once, but I see no difference in overal computer performance.
For cleaning, I can say it 'works' but not sure why I would need this (even it's free) as I can clean the garbage my own since every browser have a nice UI to do this.

That would be true if all this did was clean up after your web browser, but you seem to be overlooking the dozens of other applications and Windows temp file locations that this also cleans up with a single click.

There is a tool called 'disk cleanup' that does this task for me.
CCleaner also has some default things that they remove so be sure you check all options that will get erased.
Besides, this program should be called DCleaner in my case

TrOjAn. said,
There is a tool called 'disk cleanup' that does this task for me.
CCleaner also has some default things that they remove so be sure you check all options that will get erased.
Besides, this program should be called DCleaner in my case

Disk Cleanup does not clean up after any third party programs, and it's pretty terrible at what little it does do.

TRC said,

Disk Cleanup does not clean up after any third party programs, and it's pretty terrible at what little it does do.

What TRC said

Looks like there's no more slim (no toolbar) version available. That sucks but I guess it was only a matter of time. It actually offers Google Chrome now but I still hate stuff like that in installers.

Also a correction, this is version 3.03.1366

TRC said,
Looks like there's no more slim (no toolbar) version available. That sucks but I guess it was only a matter of time. It actually offers Google Chrome now but I still hate stuff like that in installers.

Also a correction, this is version 3.03.1366

Downloaded and installed. Found nothing about a toolbar.

Actually this is a good thing as it appears they scrapped the toolbar version, therefore no need for a 'lite' version. Yay for Piriform!

jdegree said,

Downloaded and installed. Found nothing about a toolbar.

Weird, I got a big screen asking me to install Google Chrome and had to uncheck it.

TRC said,
Looks like there's no more slim (no toolbar) version available. That sucks but I guess it was only a matter of time.
This is only temporary. The slim versions often aren't available right away, leading to fears that they have been discontinued, but they then turn up a short time later. I'm expecting this tradition to continue with this release.

SK said,
it appears they scrapped the toolbar version
This installer contains both an IE toolbar and Google Chrome. If your default browser is IE you will be offered the toolbar; if it is something else you will be offered Chrome (unless Chrome is already your default).

TRC said,

Weird, I got a big screen asking me to install Google Chrome and had to uncheck it.


Last I checked, chrome was a browser, not a toolbar.

Arkose said,

This installer contains both an IE toolbar and Google Chrome. If your default browser is IE you will be offered the toolbar; if it is something else you will be offered Chrome (unless Chrome is already your default).

I'm using Chrome as my default. No toolbars were offered during installation. Nor has either browser I use gained a new toolbar.

SK said,
I'm using Chrome as my default. No toolbars were offered during installation. Nor has either browser I use gained a new toolbar.

As I mentioned in parentheses you will not see either offer if Chrome is your default browser; I guess I should have been clearer about that. You also won't see an offer you opted out of in a previous install unless a certain number of days have passed since then (your last refusal is recorded in the registry).

Both offers are done through dedicated screens in the installer with checkboxes and screenshots and so forth. If you uncheck the boxes--or are not shown an offer screen at all--nothing will be installed.

I hope that clears things up a bit.

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