I don't use most of the features either, I hate auto maintenance tools.Earth said:Neither, I've used the Free versions but contained too many tools or I didn't need to use 70% of them.
For self-system maintenance I use;
+ Autoruns (TechNet)
+ CCleaner (Piriform)
+ IObit Uninstaller (IObit)
+ RegScanner (Nirisoft), including regedit.msc for manual deletion.
+ Search Everything (VoidTools)
Auslogics BoostSpeed is also a good product, but the main problem with it is all of the important strong features is already available as freeware in their stand-alone products, what is missing is available in other freeware products. So the only advantage is having all features in one product.technology said:what about Auslogics BoostSpeed vs both products ?
I totally agree! ASC is kinda tricky! You have to be careful because you could get certain instability and even blue screens with the registry deep cleaner! I did it myself and I started having blue screens and I use the "backup" feature it has and it said it restored my registry. But no it didn't resolved the issue. So I had to repair my OS. I got a free license for the pro version and NO THANK YOU I don't use it at all after that experience.CCleaner is better & just safer than both!
I agree, TuneUp Utilities is a good piece of software which can be very useful to some careful people ^^So I'm really up for Ccleaner I have used it for many years now and it works excellent. Never found a problem but besides that I used Tune-up Utilities 2014 and for me it works excellent as well never have a problem.