Discussion in 'War Room' started by superboy123, May 10, 2012.
Which one is you think good.
Haven't heard of jetcleaner but will give it a try. I usually use ccleaner + ccenhancer and diskmax.
I've never heard of JetClean, I'm giving it a test run. Turns out there is a paid version that unlocks Registry Defrag, Internet Booster and Auto-Clean, Auto-Update features,
I've managed to obtain a trial key for PRO so I can test all of its features fully.
I personally preffer Tuneup Utilities. CCCleaner and Glary are my second pick. Recently there was a promo where you could get jetclean for free.
CCCleaner I think is safer.
CCleaner is enough.
I agree with WinAndLinux on this one, unless it offers something that I really need JetClean (or any other cleaner) won't replace CCleaner on my PC.
I had a quick look at JetClean and my personal oppinion is that CCleaner cleans more temporary/junk files, especially if you consider the CCEnhancer tool provided by a third party. So I think it does this main job better. Although I am not a big fan of reg cleaning, CCleaner is considered safe. JetClean seems to be OK too and has the advantage of creating backups automatically (I wish CCleaner did this too). Both apps offer the ability to clean startup items but both pale in comparison to Autoruns. Both apps offer an unistaller and the one in JetClean is better organized, but there are other tools that can do this task better than both. I have no need for RAM Clean and Performance Booster but for some people these might come in handy.
My choice will have to be CCleaner. Have always used it and works like a treat. Never heard of Jetclean till today. If it does the same thing as CCleaner what's the point of changing?
For being most used product and known for being safe I would choose CCleaner.
Well like other cleaning utilities application they will differ on the database but does same function to clean and speed up as possible.
Totally agree, every other cleaner that free up more space than CCleaner misses with many user preferences, settings and causes some type of system corruption. CCleaner safely cleans up without causing any problems.
Check out some of the user reviews about JetClean on Cnet Download.com - http://download.cnet.com/JetClean/3000-18512_4-75627788.html
Many users claim it messed up their system.
That would be the main reason to stick with CCleaner.
I have never heard of Jetclean either.
I just used Wise Disk Cleaner, it can delete some useless files (like Windows' chinese/korean files/fonts)that CCleaner can't. It work well for the moment.
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