It is short-stroking, it improves HDD's speed by 30% & lowers an access time (14ms to 9ms on mine). Not really used, since everyone else has SSD.
I do not need 1TB, but you can not buy 100GB anymore and 1TB costs the same like 500GB (still cheaper than SSD), so I just took an advantage of it.
Hands-down Wise Disk Cleaner is able to discover more junk files than vanilla CCleaner. Period. You will be using the Common Cleaner tab the most. Whereas Advanced Cleaner and Slimming System much less, or never.
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It's better to use this UI mode for clearer control. Scheduler can be disabled.
Wise disk cleaner is just like CCleaner, but even better! Been using CCleaner for years but when tried the wise disk cleaner, aside from doing what CCleaner can do, I'm impressed with "advanced cleaner" and "slimming system" features!
That moment when illumination reminds you, that keeping your system lean and light benefits in performance as well as security, use no more then you actually need, and is quite easy to keep cleaned up and performing.
My 2TB HHD partitioned... Maintenance done via built in Windows Disk Cleaner and Defrag done via CMD.
I don't recommend using either Registry Mechanic or NU these days, due to false positives in the registry cleaner.
In Australia, Symantec has been advertising a new 2018 version of NU. However, NU has not been updated since the start of last year and Symantec support, confirmed that there is no new version.
I remember the days when people would place ads on rentacoder, looking for someone to code them a clone of Registry Mechanic. The result would be a poorly coded registry cleaner, which had a similar look to Registry Mechanic, but a completely different scan engine.
If those choice is between those two, I choose Wise, especially the portable.
I like Privacy Eraser and PriviZer the best. I run Privacy Eraser automatically, nightly on all machines, and every 1-2 weeks, run a super deep PrivaZer cleanup. So far that combo has been working well for me.
It's very misleading, as the amount of junk found is shown in bytes, not megabytes. This makes it seem that it has found a lot more junk that it really has. You need to divide the amount shown by 1,000 to get the amount of junk in megabytes. I posted about it a few months ago. Q&A - Has anyone tried Clean Space?