Knowing about CCleaner and its work on operating system

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Is  'CCleaner' is necessary for my computer?What does it do for my operating system?

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Knowing about CCleaner and its work on operating system

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Every computer must have a cleaner software. CCleaner is a tool for cleaning your registries and more. It can remove unused files that will let your computer to run faster and can free some space. It can also clean your browsing history and this is very safe and it doesn't have any spyware or adware. It only takes a second to perform the process when using this tool.

CCleaner can clean the following:

– Temporary internet files

– Browsing history

– Cookies

– Super Cookies

– Autocomplete form

– index.dat files

– Recycle Bin

– Recent Documents

– Log files

-Clipboard

– DNS cache

– And a lot more…

It can also remove temp files and recent file lists (MRUs) from many programs such as Windows Media Player, eMule, Google Toolbar, Microsoft Office, Nero, Adobe Acrobat, WinRAR, WinAce, WinZip and many more…
 
 
Answered By 0 points N/A #157546

Knowing about CCleaner and its work on operating system

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Yes it is necessary for you computer. CCleaner is a simple tool to keep computer run fast and safe, it is designed to optimize the computer by eradicating unessential and unused files. The deletion of these unnecessary files increases hard drive space improves computer's ability to manage resources and helps computer run faster.

Besides cleaning the hard drive, CCleaner also cleans registry and make computer's privacy even better by deleting user history, cookies, temporary files and all traces of Internet browsing history.

CCleaner can do many useful things with your computer, you can almost never do you reinstall the operating system. This software contains numerous levels of verification, so you can be sure not to delete any information needed to operating system.

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