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Old 07. Aug 2018, 03:16 PM   #52 (permalink)
deya
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Yes, no problem. It's HDCleaner, you've probably come across it. I use the 64 bit portable version.

It has more to it than CCleaner, more tools etc, but I'm not sure whether that's a good thing

It's good, but I've found it to be a bit buggy at times - sometimes slow to load, occasional crash so it won't be for everyone and, obviously, requires some learning. But it hasn't caused any real problems for me so far - although I haven't used any part of it concerning the registry. As I said, it's just something I've been trying. It's developed by Kurt Zimmermann Software.

But just to be clear; CCleaner, despite its current faults, is still the better option for those who may read this but can't put right the havoc programs like these can cause if used incorrectly. I can't stress that enough, and more often than not it's best to stick with what you know
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