I use CCleaner With Wise Disk Cleaner before running a manual on demand defrag with auslogics disk defrag pro. Once a week. Works like a charm.
I've used Clean Master for a 2 weeks, and it shouldn't provide any dangerous configuration; Its just a cleaning utility with bundled few tools like Password Protect the software.
That's a problem with all uninstallers which scan for leftovers. On occasion they find files or registry keys which are not part of the program that was uninstalled. If these get deleted it can cause problems.Revo Uninstaller screwed a computer I am fixing once. Nuked a few registries it shouldn't have touched in the first place, so I don't recommend based on my experience.
It was discontinued long ago, but can still be used if really want. I I made a batch file to set all the exe files in its program folder to run in Windows 7 compatability mode, and after doing so it works find under Windows 10 Technical Preview.Comodo Programs Manager discontinued? It doesn't support Windows 8 or later
1. CCleaner w/CCEnhancer; go light on CCEnhancer (or skip it)So my questions are:
- Which optimization software should I use?
- Can I use registry cleaner should I use and wich?
- Which defrag software should I use?
- Which uninstaller should I use?
- Do I need the optimization software use daily or weekly?
Tried soft organizer after knowing from this reply (sharing for information only) but seems not to be compatible with windows 10, ruined chrome profiles, chrome settings, had to set them up (it might have tried to remove extension or so), even removed chrome taskbar icon -_-1. CCleaner w/CCEnhancer; go light on CCEnhancer (or skip it)
2. CCleaner w/CCEnhancer only; others break apps--especially Auslogics
3. MyDefrag (free); optionally read about why it works the best and how to tune it to your needs, especially if you're a gamer
4. Soft Organizer (on giveaways on occasion)--no one else comes close
5. Monthly, after Patch Tuesday; turn off "auto" and "monitor" gimmicks