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KCleaner 3.2.8< のgiveaway は 2017年10月21日
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10 (x32/x64)
Interesting name, KCleaner. One letter off of the great CCleaner. Mmmm wonder why? After CCleaner, the only other cleaner worth it's salt is Wise Care 365. Both are great. I'll try this software. Lets see if the gray clouds give way, the bluebirds start singing and Bambi comes out into the sunlit meadow to eat the fresh grass. If I can, I'll come back giving a update on my results. Thanks to GOTD and KCleaner. Good luck to everyone else.
perpetumMobile: Your English does you credit, and it's all the more impressive for being self-taught. Would that I was so fluent in a language not my own.
As you seem to have some unexplained dislike of CCleaner, and as your comment is heavily loaded with bias as well as misinformation, I hope you won't mind me setting the record straight:
(1) It's now 14 years since this software was released by its British developer. Contrary to what you say, it has always been free and is free now (as a simple check on its website would've confirmed to you, before you posted here.) CCleaner does offer a paid version but the features it incorporates are -- in my experience -- inessentials rather than fundamental improvements of the core product;
(2) CCleaner's creator set up his own London-based company, Piriform, to oversee and market both it and several other Windows utilities. During Piriform's days, CCleaner never "successfully infected" (your phrase, though I wonder why) a single PC. Had it done so, word would have spread very quickly amongst its global use base.
In July this year, Piriform was bought out by Avast. In September this year, Avast's security was breached by hackers such that a malicious payload was attached to CCleaner downloads from Avast's servers.
Please note that I have no connection with Piriform of yesteryear or Avast of today. I just feel that when misinformation is up-ticked on a thread as likely to be as widely read as this, then in fairness to all a correction is due.
In fact, the domain KCSoftware.com was registered February of 2004. CCleaner.com was registered May of 2004. Perhaps CCleaner is the one who is copying from KC! (I seriously doubt it, but this is just to point out what happens when we jump to conclusions.)
Jim C, About the name-I don't know,but ''maybe'' the software company name (KC Softwares) have something with this product name!?
About the ''great'' CCleaner-for several years that product is far from the best cleaning solution,and as I wrote here (in several occasions),this is the most used app for cleaning only because they are so long on the market,also CCleaner is not FREE despite so many opposite claims whenever some cleaning program is offered on GOTD.
And finally mine suspicion in Piriforms developers ability is confirmed.Great CCleaner successfully infected over 2.27 M users in just one day.On top of all they didn't detect malware by themselves-so much about their ability.Malicious, data-harvesting software had piggybacked on its installer program.Nobody can't predict how many users of CCleaner still have that malware on their machines.
About the KCleaner-I tried it before,and it's working.In this field there are so many options so I don't use it,as I'm sticking to applications which I prefer due their aggressiveness to cleaning.I'm using Wipe PRO for basic cleaning(I don't care if nobody didn't hear for Wipe,but I'm pleased with it's performance-and I never got infected with malware with Wipe).For deeper cleaning and maintenance my choice is Kerish Doctor,WinOptimizer,RegOrganizer and build in windows tools. My machines are running smoothly for years(without single system crash),so for now I don't want to change anything. As always-sorry for my English I learned it by myself.
Compared to the free BleachBit which i use, KCleaner doesn't feel any better.
I can't scroll the file list before the analysis is complete.
The list of items for cleaning is fixed, i can't add my own.
It wants to delete all my Flash game saves (*.sol files in the Macromedia folder). These are NOT cache!
It doesn't detect any of the browsers i use as portable apps in a fixed path - i can easily add rules for those in BleachBit.
It doesn't detect the normal installs of my browsers either.
Of all 12 buttons on its main wihdow, only "Clean", "Simulate" and "Check/Uncheck all" are useful to me.
If switch to "simple mode" after analysis, the program hangs for a long time, maxing my CPU - probably calculating how to hide each file in the list...
Overall - bad impression, not gonna use this.
Is the difference between Basic and Expert Mode that Expert Mode shows you the files it's going to delete?
Anyway, seems to work: found about 100MB, then Clean Master found 200MB, then Wise Care 320MB, then Advanced System Care 6MB (!), then Kerish Dr 190MB, and then KCleaner (again) found another 20MB... A case of you pays your money... or, rather, you don't pays your money... :D
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