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sportskd2

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this application can be downloaded from its site or from downloads.com and it is amazing it can delete many things from your computer that take space up every time you connect to the internet or when you click anything on your computer and it also has a regristry cleaner which is great to detect regristry keys for things you delete :tazz: and takes up little space and is updated about once a month or even twice
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Graciebelle

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I thought it was great - at first. Then I would get the "you do not have cookies enabled, you need cookies enabled" messages from websites I visit frequently. Thought that was a bit strange, checked my settings - cookies enabled.

Then I went to Windows Update and got a message that I needed to be using a Windows operating system to access Windows Update. :tazz:

More and more little things were going wrong. I double and triple checked for viruses - none were found, then I googled C-Cleaner and read frightening accounts of computer malfunctions after using C-Cleaner.

I have since reformatted and reinstalled my system - with NO traces of C-Cleaner! ;)
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Hemal

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I use to use CCleaner too...but as ive found out from other members on this site, it can delete vital parts of registrys and screw up your computer in other ways...a safer choice is CleanUp! - google it for the site or try download.com as well

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