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Plamenna

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Hello everyone

I have this 2 program and I cannot decide which is better to keep!
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Well, one looks to be free, and the other looks to be a paid program. So if I had to choose, possibly stick with the paid program. HOWEVER, those one stop shops for cleaning up your computer don't really do all that great, and really, they are unnecessary.

Take a look at this article by Artellos. Maintaining your Machine The recommendations can really improve speed and performance. This is all you really need to do every once in a while. It's all I do, and my computer is nice and speedy.
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Hi,
Thanks a lot for the replay.
For which program you are seeing this - "HOWEVER, those one stop shops for cleaning up your computer don't really do all that great, and really, they are unnecessary."
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I'm saying that about both of them. The best way to keep your computer clean and operating smoothly is in that guide I linked to, Maintaining Your Machine. Also, both of those programs have registry cleaners which you should stay away from. Messing with the registry is unnecessary, cleaning it up has a minimal to no impact on performance, regardless of what their advertising may say.
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My vote is a bit late, but I also agree with Ferrari: NEITHER
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