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    Default Tool to Auto Clean Windows

    Do you know of any free tool that I can install and set to automatically clean windows? ......like deleting Temp Inet files, auto fill entries, cookies etc when shutting down browser.
    Last edited by tashi; 2007-03-01 at 22:32. Reason: Edited topic title to remove the free word. (spammer magnet)

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    Take a look at the following:

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    Quote Originally Posted by md usa spybot fan View Post
    Take a look at the following:
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    Post One other alternate

    Quote Originally Posted by tperk100 View Post
    Thank you for your help!
    As an alternate you could use "Cleanup" by Steven Gould. I have been using this and am happy with it. Visit, download, pass the word around, and support.

    http://www.stevengould.org/software/cleanup/index.html

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    Another option would be CCleaner, which gives you the option to run automatically at startup.

    NOTE: Do not use the Issues section, unless you are comfortable with Windows registry.
    Last edited by reno250; 2007-02-09 at 09:10.

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    FYI /// I used this program and it came up with around 7 gig of stuff off my machine in the demo mode. I then ran it OUT of demo mode and it deleted 4 gig of stuff. I thought by deleting stuff from my IE options it was doing this. Guess not

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    I agree with reno250, CCleaner is a good choice

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    Yeah ccleaner is a good one to go for
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    I would also reccomend CCleaner. it's small, fast and cleans crap from loads of programs. If you're not to confident with computers leave all of the advanced section unchecked.
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