CCleaner v2.26.1050

CCleaner is a freeware system optimization and privacy 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. But the best part is that it's fast (normally taking less than a second to run) and contains NO Spyware or Adware

- Added support to clean Windows DNS cache.
- Added vacuum SQLite databases for Firefox and Google Chrome.
- Added publisher and version to Uninstall tool.
- Added Taskbar jump list tasks for Windows 7.
- Added Taskbar Progress for Windows 7.
- Improved Exclude list registry keys addition functionality in 64bit Windows 7.
- Improved Registry Cleaner detection algorithm and 64-bit file system redirection.
- Improved "Save to text file" functionality in Cleaner screen.
- Improved system tray icon activation and tooltip.
- Improved Registry screen "fix selected issues" dialog usability by removing prompt.
- Further improved RECURSE and REMOVESELF functionality.
- Improved Uninstall screen detection algorithm.
- Improved memory usage to avoid GDI leaks.
- Fixed issue with Sticky Notes being detected as Missing startup item.
- Fixed "Edit" and "Remove" button availability on Include/Exclude screen.
- Fixed various GUI bugs.


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6 Comments

I agree. CCleaner is one of my favorite tool. BUT I also use COMODO System Cleaner (CSC). When you use BOTH CSC and CCleaner, your computer will run smoothly and fast.

Aletheia said,
I agree. CCleaner is one of my favorite tool. BUT I also use COMODO System Cleaner (CSC). When you use BOTH CSC and CCleaner, your computer will run smoothly and fast.

I would beg to differ about CSC... Just tried it after noticing your post about it, and to my shock, being that it's from Comodo, it's a POS! The registry scanner portion had default selected options that, had I gone ahead with the clean, half my software would have been crippled! It can't even detect internal Windows registry settings properly (it had selected native Windows service auto-runs for deletion)! And the Disk cleanup portion is a joke in comparison with CCleaner.

Folks, take my advice, if you're a Win 7 user, CCleaner + Windows Disk Cleaner is the BEST way to keep your system clean. KEEP AWAY from Comodo System-Cleaner, it's junk that will cause more harm than good, just like most registry "tools" currently available on the net!

Interesting.
I have both CCleaner & CSC installed in eee 1000HA and DELL Inspiron 6400. They both run Windows 7 Home Premium. I use default setting for CSC and I have not had any issues ... not even one. ALL my applications run fine without a single glitch and I have noticed Physical Memory Use BEFORE CSC was high but AFTER CSC it went down a lot.

But it is true that CCleaner is the safest cleaner available. And I would still recommend CSC however, based on my experience, but I am sorry that your experience was negative.

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