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Is it safe to run C Cleaner?


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mistacles

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Hi.

Is it safe to run C Cleaner on (Windows and Applications)??
I click Analize but am leary when it comes to clicking on
(Run Cleaner).
Does it make a backup file ?

I scan for issues and click on (fix selected issues) because
I know it makes a backup file.


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*Shrugs* Apparently, no - it doesn't make a backup copy of those. Although, I just downloaded and installed that program myself, and did a scan and delete. Nothing wrong with my PC so far, so I'll assume that it is perfectly safe to use.
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I have used it many times. And have also cleaned it may times even though it doesn't make backups it just deletes temporary files so you dont backups and my computer is fine for the past few months after I used CCleaner!
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starjax

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ccleaner has been known to cause problems on older systems like windows 98. If your just waning to clean up temp files and so on I would highly recomend cleanup!

http://www.geekstogo...tion=show&id=49
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Thanks for the replys.
I am going to try C Cleaner. I have used Cleanup a couple of times with no ill
effects. I will see which one I like better.

Thanks :tazz:
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