Wise Disk Cleaner 7.22.479

Wise Disk Cleaner is a free disk utility designed to help you keep your disk clean by deleting any unnecessary files. Usually, these unnecessary, or junk files appear as a result of program's incomplete uninstalls, or Temporary Internet Files. It is best if these files are wiped out from time to time, since they may, at some point, use a considerable amount of space on your drives. Wise Disk Cleaner, with its intuitive and easy to use interface, helps you quickly wipe out all the junk files. Using the program is indeed easy. It also works fast when both scanning for files and deleting files. The new Wise Disk Cleaner has more advantages: improved performance, better interface and scans/cleans more thoroughly. Wise Disk Cleaner supports Windows XP/Vista /7/8 (All Editions, including 32-bit and 64-bit) and server 2000, 2003 and 2008.

The first Slimming System software
Wise Disk Cleaner is the first system slimming tool, which will help you to remove Windows useless files that you don't need, such as Korean IME, Windows Sample music, videos, pictures, Installers and Uninstallers of Updates Patches etc.

Wise Disk Cleaner is absolutely Free with no software or adware bundled in. Everybody should have this one on their computer. Freeware at its best.

Download: Wise Disk Cleaner 7.22.479 | Portable | 2.3 MB (Freeware)
View: Wise Disk Cleaner Website

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Copernic said,
Yep, it's a very good tool to have on your computer, it found more hidden junk files on my hard drive than CCleaner.

Its ability to delete more "junk" doesn't make it better. The real question is, is it safe to delete? I just ran it's "advanced cleaner", and anything with a ~ in the file name is considered safe to delete. Nope! This program would have destroyed a few of my old DOS games as well.

I have a rule of thumb, don't trust any "junk cleaner" which scans by file extension. I trust CCleaner because it only scans specific folders and keeps its business out of places it doesn't belong.

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