CCleaner vs SlimCleaner

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  1. ian82

    ian82 MDL Expert

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  2. cpithave

    cpithave MDL Novice

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    i am use CCleaner
     
  3. Humphrey

    Humphrey MDL Expert

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  4. shaggah

    shaggah Guest

    Don't know anything about SlimCleaner, have been using CCleaner and CCEnhancer for a while and pleased with it.
     
  5. BigW

    BigW MDL Member

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    Well how to put this. If your aim is that you "clean" of your windows in a way you have to do a reinstall than you are dead on the mark.

    Unless you realy know what you are cleaning exaclty and how it efects every other aspect of your windows than you may can use such tool properly. If your only contribution to the cleaning process is that you click on a button like "select all" then you are activly destroying your windows!

    I know from experience on supporting normal consumer pc that such "cleaning tools" do more harm than good. The standard settings are very good for an average Joe PC-user and some small settings which are in some cases right to do you can do without such "cleaning tools".

    Beside from malware such "tools" can destroy your system quickier than you can say "clean"! There should be on every atempt to "clean" a big fat warning sign "This ain't a toy! You will destroy your system very thouroughly if you don't know what you are dooing! Click on yes to destroy your system."
     
  6. ian82

    ian82 MDL Expert

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    with that said, I'm gonna stick to CCleaner FTW then

    thanks man
     
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  7. leojohnpc

    leojohnpc MDL Novice

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    y;)eah ccleaner is better than slim cleaner for me!
     
  8. grafikvictor

    grafikvictor MDL Novice

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    CCleaner still my favorite ;)
     
  9. WIKIMACK

    WIKIMACK MDL Expert

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    HI

    Uncleaner by Josh Cell is better.

    WIKI
     
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  10. Hadron-Curious

    Hadron-Curious MDL Guru

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    I am using Ccleaner and it suits the purpose it is meant for.
     
  11. M0rriss0n

    M0rriss0n MDL Senior Member

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    Ccleaner
    Privazer
    JetClean
    GlaryUtilities
    SystemNinja
    Uncleaner
    Cleanmgr sagerun

    But why is there not a program that can do that all in once?
    The Ultimate Cleaner would be awesome!
     
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  12. EFA11

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    would be interesting to see how it works if there was.

    Currently the only AIO cleaner is format c: /q lol
     
  13. stonne

    stonne MDL Novice

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    I do like Uncleaner and CCleaner. Both do a wonderful Job and serve my purpose perfectly. Never tried all the above listed though.
     
  14. pjoter

    pjoter MDL Novice

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    Pro tip for CCleaner, create a "ccleaner.ini" in the program folder to make it portable, it will save settings into that.
     
  15. mackphx

    mackphx MDL Junior Member

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    Uncleaner by Josh Cell is good and fast, though I also use ccleaner. The ccenhancer add on is a must to get the most out of ccleaner.
     
  16. Dark Knight

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    #16 Dark Knight, Nov 16, 2014
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  17. KristyGreen

    KristyGreen MDL Novice

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    currrently using CCleaner, it's more professional
     
  18. paris

    paris MDL Novice

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    I use CC Cleaner . Serves the purpose for me.
     
  19. mysteriously

    mysteriously MDL Member

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