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Thread: Want program to delete e-visits

  1. #1
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    Feb 2009

    Want program to delete e-visits

    I am using Windows XP in my office. My work is completely based on internet and computer system. As a result, I have to visit and navigate many sites as well as internal folders. Therefore, there are so many temporary files generated eachday. Manually deleting all this files becomes time-consuming. This results the computer to slow down and hence performance is being affected. Hence, I need a program that will help me in deleting these e-visits. Can anybody suggest me about the same ? Any ideas...

  2. #2
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    Apr 2008

    Re: Want program to delete e-visits

    CCleaner is the ideal tool to erase all traces of your e-visits and file openings from your e-mails from your temporary folders. CCleaner (formerly Crap Cleaner) is a great utility that quietly cleans unused and temporary files from your system, without hampering your work.

    The inbuilt registry scanner removes old and unused entries, including file extensions, ActiveX Controls, uninstallers, shared DLLs, fonts, help files, application paths, icons, and invalid shortcuts.

    A useful system optimization and privacy tool, CCleaner enables your Windows to run faster and more efficiently, and also frees up valuable hard disk space. An extremely light download, CCleaner gets installed in less than a minute and you need not even restart the computer.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2008

    Re: Want program to delete e-visits

    • CCleaner is a free diagnostic tool for windows with a clean interface. Its fast scanning capacity is really helpful and you can choose which parts of your PC to clean and how to clean it too.
    • CCleaner is known to detect hidden corrupt files in a computer, even those you could never find in your hard disc using normal search and scan functions.
    • There is also a built-in registry scanner which identifies possible problems in the registry and fixes them. CCleaner can even back up your Registry before clean up, in case it accidentally removes a crucial component.
    • Rather than entering Control Panel to use the Add / Remove Programs option, simply choose the programs to be removed and CCleaner does the rest.

    • CCleaner includes an optional Yahoo toolbar that you may involutarily choose to install along with the program, if you are not cautious enough. Installing this toolbar could trigger alerts from certain anti-spyware.
    • Moreover, the registry scanning function of CCleaner is not deep enough and the software lacks a secure file shredder as well. Also, CCleaner does not support a large number of extraneous programs (as do some competitive utilities).

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