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Freeware Mission – Best Free Registry Cleaner

by James 28 November 2008 5 Comments

Freeware Mission, 13th episode. My PC is running better than ever with only freeware programs installed. And I feel better myself, not having to spend a truckload of money on software. Today I’m going to pick the best free registry cleaner, but I must say I’m looking for a freeware program that actually does more than cleaning the registry.

 

I’ve been using Easy Cleaner for a few years now, but now I’ve given up on it. It didn’t develop as it should have. And more: you can’t download the latest version from the author’s website unless you pay around 20 dollars. That’s kinda weird, so I’m not going to use it anymore.

Fortunately I found a freeware program that does about the same thing better: it’s CCleaner. It cleans up the registry (it makes a backup first if you want to), removes temporary files associated with Windows and other applications, manages your start-up programs and has a very good uninstaller too, a lot faster than the one in Windows’ Control Panel.

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CCleaner is simply a great piece of freeware! You can download CCleaner from here, it’s free!

My Evaluation

10

Operating System

Windows All

Size

2.78 MB

Author

Piriform Ltd

Version Tested

v2.09.600

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  • Jonno said:

    Curious though, I run both CCleaner, and EasyCleaner (v.2.06), and I find that EasyCleaner finds ALOT more registry items than CCleaner. Like, before I found out about EasyCleaner, I ran CCleaner at least once a week. When I got EasyCleaner, it found (as I recall) 150 unneeded registry items. EasyCleaner also has alot more other features.

    But I am a hardcore Piriform fan, so I have to say that out of the two, I love CCleaner far more.

  • Rhionald said:

    There are other options for free registry cleaner. Try two or three the most popular to get yours.

  • xnibis said:

    Try jv16 PowerTools Lite – its free and got realy good registry cleaner.

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