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Computerized Investing > November 3, 2012

CCleaner 3.24

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by CI Staff

CCleaner is a completely free and effective program for ridding your PC of unused and unwanted files that slow it down. The software is fast, contains no spyware or adware and has been the trusted choice of many for years. In addition to removing unused files, such as Windows Log Files, CCleaner can also clean up a user’s browser and the computer’s registry. The currently supported browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari.

With other programs, users often find that more was deleted than they expected and wanted. CCleaner gives you the flexibility to choose what type of information you want to delete and keep. For instance, if you like that the browser saves your passwords so you do not have to keep re-typing them, CCleaner allows you to uncheck “Saved Passwords” so you will not lose them.

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