CCleaner 4.00 available for download

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 FREE!

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

What's new in this version:

  • New improved graphics and icon.
  • Improved internal architecture for better performance.
  • New Duplicate File Finder tool.
  • New System and Browser Monitoring (Pro Version).
  • Optimized and improved Registry Cleaning.
  • Added cleaning for Avast Antivirus 8, Adobe Photoshop CS6, Samsung Kies and Real Player 16.
  • Improved Drive Wiper performance.
  • Optimized Startup item detection algorithm.
  • Optimized 64-bit builds on Windows 7 and 8.
  • Many performance improvements and bug fixes.

Download: CCleaner 4.00.4064 | 4.0 MB (Freeware)
View: CCleaner Website

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Feedly plans to launch Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 apps

Next Story

Microsoft is working on three adverts to rebrand the company

20 Comments

Commenting is disabled on this article.

Yay, pointless UI changes that serve no purpose but to annoy long time users, just like the last time this happened!

Now with an extra 500KB added to the program's executable!

The change to clean, white based design isn't something I agree with; white is an eyesore. Making everything uniform is not good design; things need separators and different colors to give focus as to what's different. Sick of all this white based uniformity re-design crap going around lately.

Looks like I'm sticking with 3.28 for a while, what a shame.

The best way to install/update such apps would be to extract the executable with the help of something like 7zip. Remove the unnecessary files, locals, etc & then place it into the "programs folder".

This would prevent the installer dropping/installing bundled applications on your system.

For CCleaner try using "save settings to INI file" and the application would retain the config during updates made in such ways. Note can make the necessary customizations through the options tab, at the application's "first run".

DAOWAce said,
Yay, pointless UI changes that serve no purpose but to annoy long time users, just like the last time this happened!

Now with an extra 500KB added to the program's executable!

The change to clean, white based design isn't something I agree with; white is an eyesore. Making everything uniform is not good design; things need separators and different colors to give focus as to what's different. Sick of all this white based uniformity re-design crap going around lately.

Looks like I'm sticking with 3.28 for a while, what a shame.


You stop using a program because the design is slightly different? Get real man.
And the 500kb, oh no! Now a 5bucks 64gb usb stick won't have enough space for it!

DAOWAce said,
Yay, pointless UI changes that serve no purpose but to annoy long time users, just like the last time this happened!

Now with an extra 500KB added to the program's executable!

The change to clean, white based design isn't something I agree with; white is an eyesore. Making everything uniform is not good design; things need separators and different colors to give focus as to what's different. Sick of all this white based uniformity re-design crap going around lately.

Looks like I'm sticking with 3.28 for a while, what a shame.

The hell are you even talking about? Your post is practically screaming "I haven't actually installed this yet."

The UI is barely different at all from the previous version. I notice no extra white space. In fact, the only change I can detect is the primary icon. I'd like to meet these "long time users" that are annoyed by such trivial changes in an application you aren't even supposed to be running all that frequently.

Is this able to clean all temp files and cache folders for ALL users yet, rather than just for the user the program is run under?

Cryton said,
Is this able to clean all temp files and cache folders for ALL users yet, rather than just for the user the program is run under?

Isn't that a CCleaner pro only feature?