Everything runs fine, thanks.
I like Revo. As I familiarize myself with its features I find more and more valuable.
I ran a junk file scan a couple of times yesterday.
It led me to find a program that I had had to disable when I first bought my laptop.
The laptop had been a demo machine and had this program called Microsoft Digital Experience.
It's a program used by stores to lock the computer into demonstration mode.
Of course 90% of the junk files are temp files, most of which can be deleted without affecting performance
of their associated programs. The jury is still out, however, on whether or not
one can simply delete them all without consequence. Some suggest not removing
temp files less than two weeks old (other than ones you know for certain are part of some recent install
that you want completely uninstalled).
That sound's like good advice. Gives you a margin for error.
Only Revo's Junk File scan doesn't display the date of the files it locates.
So I'd really like to see that feature added.
Anyway, I like Revo in that it is much less overwhelming and arduous to work with than CCleaner.
I use it in concert with Windows' uninstall programs.
First I run Revo to see what I want removed.
Then I give Windows the opportunity to prove its own self diagnostics and removal.
Then I rescan with Revo and would removing anything Windows missed with Revo.
Hey, I'm a conservative. So shoot me.