Hi Wolfie, to be fair, I have tried PrivaZer, and find it does the job it says. Except, feel it is best to untick the Registry clean part as a precaution. I can't make up my mind on its accuracy, as after each test run it shows, identical free space it has created. Time of using it, should tell if it is better or worse than CCleaner, as the latter did give me trouble after running it. As you say, it is free but has a version for donors, amount left for your choice. I personally, feel it would be to early to pass on recommending it. In the short time of use, it has been updated twice, is this a point in thinking about using it or not?
CCleaner seems to update at least once a week or maybe I am imagining that?. I really don't know which of the cleaners does a better job than the other, like you said, time will tell after you use it for a while?.
Don't forget the MS onboard tools. That said, how effective is disk cleaner????????.
Hi all, to clean up any or all old files that your system collects and stores, use "Disk Clean-up", a simple way to clear your computer of unnecessary files: Open Windows Start Menu by pressing the Windows symbol ( ) on your keyboard and type the word "disk", you will then be presented with...
make a mental note of what @davehc said about "Storage" too (in my other thread about disk clean), I keep forgetting it is there myself but it has an auto switch but be careful what you tick in the boxes, I very seldom empty my downloads folder for example!.
Settings > System > Storage (See also the 2nd pic below).
Click on "Configure Storage Sense or run it now" and you get more options!.