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Offline bisonguy

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Remove "Useless" Files
« on: January 15, 2007, 12:35:37 am »,24149-order,1-page,1/description.html

Remove useless files from several applications, including Microsoft apps.
Somewhere under the layers of software detritus, your PC is vigorous and eager to work. CCleaner claims to search through several programs and remove useless files. Many cleaners scrub out just your browser cache or your temporary files folder, but CCleaner was developed to go several steps further. It cleans temporary files from a number of applications, including Adobe Acrobat, eMule, eTrust EZ Antivirus, Firefox, Google Toolbar, Kazaa, Nero, Netscape, Office XP, OpenOffice, Opera WinAce, Windows Media Player, WinRAR, and WinZip. An advanced Registry scanner removes old and unused entries, including file extensions, ActiveX Controls, uninstallers, shared DLLs, fonts, help files, application paths, icons, and invalid shortcuts.

Note: CCleaner includes an optional Yahoo toolbar that you may choose to install along with the program. Installing this toolbar may trigger alerts from some spyware programs. CCleaner's makers assert that CCleaner is spyware-free.

This file is freeware. However, if you donate a certain amount through the vendor's site, the vendor pledges to send you all new releases before they're available for download at the vendor site.

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Re: Remove "Useless" Files
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2007, 08:27:49 pm »
Very useful!  Now I dont have to go through all the programs separately to delete temp file etc.

Thanks for the find.

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Re: Remove "Useless" Files
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2007, 07:51:00 pm »
That really is a great way to clean up a lot of junk left by programs!


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