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I know that geekstogo.com recommends atf cleaner but in ccleaner under windows do you think it is safe to run the advanced part? Then I need some ways to clear some space off my computer.


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Actually, GTG no longer recommends any Registry cleaner because of the problems that have had to be fixed after a cleanup. This site is dedicated to fixing problems, not helping create them. :)
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Using ATF cleaner or CCleaner will most likely not get you enough space.

Uninstalling programs you do not use as well as removing data/pictures, etc to offline styorage would be better.
Also adding another hard drive (if desktop), or using a external USB storage device.
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