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Darrenkook

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I have been using Easy Cleaner for a while now (recommended by Pete C. )and love the unnecessary files and registy cleaner options. I just used the duplicate file option. It found several thousand files that totaled over 1.6 gig of hard drive space. I went back to read the info on it and the only thing it said was be very careful, this is recommended for beginners. My question is: is anyone familiar with this program and every used this option. Is it safe to delete these?? I know I could and have a good restore point I made a few days ago. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!

Edited by Darrenkook, 22 May 2005 - 03:07 PM.

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oday28

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Hi all,

I just installed Easy cleaner & found an ENORMOUS amount of duplicate
files on my computer. I just want to ask if anyone has had any problems
deleting these files? My computer is dangerously low on space, so I really
am wanting to go ahead & delete these files but I don't want to mess up
my computer. Does anyone know if these duplicate files are usually safe to delete?
These are over 3 billion bytes of duplicate files so it would take way too long to check each
one out :-)
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