By thesurvivor190
Apr 8, 2010
  1. So guys, anybody else use CCleaner? I use it, but i would like to know if its good. you can check it out at and it will give you a download link.
    I personally like it: it cleans out your registry, temporary internet files, and anything else you dont need.
  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966   +70

    Yes, many of us use it and many of us find the Uninstall option under the Tool optionj to be more effective than the Windows one.
  3. thesurvivor190

    thesurvivor190 TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 68

    i have a question though. I use avg free 9.0 and every time i use ccleaner it deletes like 90000k of files. What could they be?
  4. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966   +70

    Temporary internet files, cookies, history, recently typed URL's and other items. Every time you go online these are created and can add up very quickly.

    AVG has nothing to do with it.
  5. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,383   +105

    IOBIT Advance System Care Pro 3.51 first choice
    Windows Optimizer 6 second
    Tune-up Utls 2010 third.

    I use all 3. I like the IOBIT better, The other two it's okay. Windows Opt 6 was available for free one day only with lifetime key license from Giveaway software site. Updates and everything. Tune-up Utls 2010 does have a complete status of of the system readiness.

    Ccleaner features are available in IOBIT Free and Pro.
  6. Alexexex

    Alexexex TS Enthusiast Posts: 106

    The registry tool isn't that great, I'd go with what tipstir said, IOBIT Advance System Care Pro is much better, even as an all in one tool. On first run for a fairly used computer it would turn up hundreds of registry results with Pro and even Free edition. Not to mention all the other system tools it includes.
  7. rislyy001

    rislyy001 TS Rookie

    I am used to use Master of optimization,it is good. Now I use a small program, only one click to clean my computer perfectly, it not need to install even. However, I forget its name here
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