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CCleaner is one of the most popular utility among our readers here at My Technology Guide. CCleaner helps you run your Windows PC smoother and faster. It removes temporary files and useless junks that accumulated in the Windows registry entries. It helps your PC to run smoother and faster like you just got it new. Here’s some good news for CCleaner fans who are testing Windows 10 or are getting ready to get it. You’ll be happy to know that the latest release of CCleaner adds support for Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.

CCleaner Android app is finally here for Android platform. Piriform, the parent software developer company behind the popular CCleaner application, has released CCleaner for Android as a beta test application. This means, you cannot download CCleaner Android app as a regular Android application until its available to everyone. But you don’t need to worry about that. If you want to test the app yourself, we will show an easy way to download CCleaner Android app on your device. CCleaner doesn’t needs an introduction as it’s a very popular Windows PC software to clean junk files from computers. If you are a Mac user, you can download the Apple OS X version of the app called as CCleaner for Mac.

As we were telling, CCleaner Android app is released as a “close” beta version for beta testers only. Interested users can become a beta tester and test the app on their own device. These users will help the company by sending them feedback about the app. These feedback will helping the developers improve CCleaner app before its released to the public. In this post, we will show how to become a beta tester of the app so that you can download CCleaner Android app from Google Play Store to your device. Later in this post, you will see our first hand CCleaner Android review to find out what you will be expecting from the beta version of the app. Let’s dive in to find out more about the CCleaner app for Android smartphones.

CCleaner 3.25, the latest build of Windows freeware cleaning tool has been released by Piriform. Over the years it has evolved, adding new features with each update. It started its journey as a temporary file cleaner for Windows. As new features are getting added with each new update, CCleaner is now more than just a temporary file cleaner. One of the most notable feature added to the latest version is Google Chrome Extension management in addition to other features along with a number of compatibility and cleaning improvements.

CCleaner is the most popular and trusted Windows cleaning tool. It is also our favorite tool for cleaning junk files off our PC. Piriform, the parent company has released CCleaner 3.20.1750 which brings in support for Windows 8 operating system. The updated CCleaner also brings several improvements over earlier versions. A new feature is now available that allows users to edit the context menu items.

Piriform, the developers of the popular Windows system cleanup software, CCleaner, has released a Mac version of it. CCleaner for Mac is a very good companion for OS X users and is nearly as full-featured as its Windows counterpart.

CCleaner for Mac is a freeware application that can clean up junk files that takes up a bit of disk space, from all corners of your Mac OS X as well as some popular web browsers with a single click. Further, it lets you uninstall apps from your Mac, repair permissions, erase free space and manage browser cookies.

BleachBit is an open source cross-platform system clean-up and privacy application for Windows and Linux operating system. Windows users do have the option of CCleaner, which recently got updated to support Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4. But what about Linux users who need to clean their Linux machine? Well, that’s where BleachBit comes in to fill the void. And the good thing about it is, it’s also available for Windows users alike.

BleachBit has added several new features to its latest version that make it an even better utility for removing unneeded/unnecessary files from your computer. On Linux systems, BleachBit can now remove swap files (in addition to swap devices). The Windows version has added the option to remove Windows Update uninstaller including hot fixes and Internet Explorer patches. It’s well worth checking out the full list of features.

CCleaner is one of the most popular Windows system maintenance program. Piriform, the developers of CCleaner has released a minor but very important update, CCleaner version 3.05. The update now includes full support for recently-released browsers, Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4.

The updated version of this app now has better registry scanning for unused file extensions, obsolete software references, and invalid BHOs. The improved registry cleaner now has trimmed out old Firewall entries and added a lot more third-party cleaning rules. You can view the full range of changes present in the latest version below.

If you are installing the application for the first time, you will get a dialog box (see screenshot below) asking you, if you want to Intelligently scan for cookies to keep. This function allows the application to keep your persistent login cookies for websites such as Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo Mail.

Square Privacy Cleaner (SPC) is a fast, powerful, and easy to use privacy protection tool from NoVirusThanks. It can help remove all the unwanted history data present on your computer. With just one click, SPC allows you to erase Windows traces, recent opened documents, prefetch files, clipboard cache, MRU lists, temp folders, junk files, making PC operation fast and smooth.

You can clean all Internet traces, like cookies, history and cache of popular web browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Google Chrome. You can also clean history of all third-party applications. Thus, using this app, it is possible to erase WinRAR history, WinZIP history, Java cache, Java logs, Java temporary folder, Media Player Classic history, Borland Delphi history, Microsoft Office history, and many more including Adobe Reader, Windows Media Player, MS Office, FlashGet, 7-Zip.

CleanAfterMe is a very useful portable system app by NirSoft that allows you to easily clean junk files and obsolete registry entries automatically created by the Windows operating system during your regular computer work. CleanAfterMe lets you clean cookies, history, cache files from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, passwords saved in Internet Explorer, history of file opened from various Microsoft Applications like Office, Windows Media Player, Direct3D apps, clean the ‘Recent’ folder, registry entries that keeps record of the last opened files, Windows temporary folder, Windows Event Logs, Recycle Bin, and more.

You can run the app from anywhere without any installation and without leaving any trace of it in the Windows Registry. You can also run this program from a USB flash drive, simply copy the executable file of CleanAfterMe (CleanAfterMe.exe) into the USB flash drive, and run it from there.

CCleaner is a very useful tool to clean temporary files and other junk data in the Windows operating system. CCEnhancer (formerly CCleaner Enhancer) updates the popular system cleaning utility with support for cleaning up after 450 more applications, so you can keep your system even more free of junk.

Once you’ve downloaded CCEnhancer, start the utility, and your CCleaner installation will be updated with support for the extra applications. If you want to update the portable version of CCleaner, you’ll be prompted to select the folder to install the rules in. Windows Vista and Windows 7 users need to run the program as administrators, as it otherwise fails to work properly. You’ll find the new rules on the Applications tab in CCleaner. You won’t actually find all 450 new rules in the list, since you’ll only see the rules that actually apply to your system.