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I'd be very hesitant to use anything but ccleaner, cause some of these other cleaners such as slim cleaner can delete stuff that may mess some things up like on my machine!
 

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MRF71 said:
I'd be very hesitant to use anything but ccleaner, cause some of these other cleaners such as slim cleaner can delete stuff that may mess some things up like on my machine!
Or you can explore the program first and manually add your unwanted area to exclusion or ignore list before start cleaning. And don't forget to create a restore point first as well.
 
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ASC used to be great software but over time it's just become bloatware imho.
 
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Plexx

Any reasons for believing that one is better than another? any features that one has over the other etc?

Let's start comparing:)
 
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in ACS you can download and integrate in it their other maintenance softs.
 
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Neither. There are many, many issues with these sorts of cleaning clients.
Lists of issues:
  • Many of them run in the background, causing system lag and unresponsiveness, which is what these clients 'aim' to stop.
  • They can have unnecessary bundled items with them, such as toolbars or adware.
  • The programs themselves may be heavy on the system.
  • The programs could delete vital system files by accident
Personally, I would avoid any sort of heavy system cleaning client. Some, like CCleaner are okay as they avoid the registry and delete only items are temporary (like internet files).
 
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