Do you have so few disk space available?
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.Why do you have 1,3 TB free space unallocated?
Bookmarked for future reference.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.
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Next steps required to achieve good System health:
ccleaner+ccenhancer + wise disk cleaner are the best free combo in the world which support automatic/scheduled cleanup. I schedule them to run every week on Sunday
ccleaner+ccenhancer is the best application-specific cleaner (AVs, pdf readers, browsers, tools...)
wise is the strong general, windows cleaner
Have you given thought to using built in cleaners of OS and browsers, it is what i do, and it is sufficient. I avoid 3rd party applications as much as possible.
I don't recommend using either Registry Mechanic or NU these days, due to false positives in the registry cleaner.Some of you have tried with norton utilities?, I understand that they bought the rights to PCtools and now they only develop their program Registry Mechanic specially for Norton
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.Recently I know this software and use it. It became uneasy because it detects quite a lot of garbage, but as of now there is no fault.
yes, it also adds some custom rules to clean up windows's filesCCEnhancer is mostly for cleaning up temporary files left by applications, is it not?