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islandcat

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Any of the free downloadable system clean up programs I have ever tried only tell me what needs to be done. Then if I buy the program I can fix it. Are there any available that actually complete the clean up.
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Facedown98

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Hi. What kind of cleanup are you looking for? Internet junk? I would suggest CCleaner. You can download that at www.ccleaner.com if you're looking for something else, let me know.
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Great I will try it. Just looking for something to do a better job then the defrag etc. that comes with Win98 as dont think it does a great job. Then I always see programs that say 'get your computer running better' etc. I am a clean up junky lol. Trying to get better at it and not delete stuff that I shouldnt. Thanks
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I agree ccleaner is the way forward!!!...
If you want to go further in depth there are other free programs but if you dont know what you need to keep and what you dont, They tend to get a little confusing, I dont have a fantastic amount of knowledge but I do know that ccleaner is simple and efective!!
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The only one i really trust these days is tuneup, its not free but its the best at what it does.
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tuneup does have a free trial period of 30 days.
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