i used to clean just browsers and small stuff, but i will check rest
You're welcome....CCleaner has some valuable tools besides just cleaning. Explore them. For instance, check out what
is in Windows Startups and Tasks on your computer. If you have System Restore enabled...which you should...then you likely
have many restore points that can be removed. CCleaner will remove all but the last one.
A contrarian's position here: Restore points do not take up much space at all, relatively speaking, and I've had way more than one occasion where the most recent one won't work but one of the restore points one or more further back in time behind it will. Unless you're desperate for space if you're using System Restore it's best to have a couple of older restore points in your back pocket, particularly since these do not change anything but the operating system. Any user files you've created are untouched by a System Restore.
yes i do prefer keeping restore points just in case.
i have other programs and games temp files which are a lot more huge but i dont wish to delete all of them, but cleaning more than 7 GB today was really great i had almost 2 GB free in C now i have more than 10 GB. i was just scared at first to try deleting temp files so i wont delete anything important.
Edited by mamerala, 04 February 2018 - 05:06 PM.