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djhightek2000 12-29-2008 02:28 PM

FCleaner
 
This is really not a Question being Posted but just information making everyone aware that's not aware of the all new System Cleaner and Tweaker called NCleaner. Before using this Software I was using C Cleaner in which I still have on my System but I found that NCleaner dose a much better job cleaning your System of old and junk Files as well as Browser Tacks. Unlike C Cleaner it has a Tab to be set to work with all the other Browsers on the Market such as Google Chrome. Not only do NCleaner allow you to Uninstall those hard to Uninstall Applications but it also have Tabs for Repairing and Updating them as well unlike C Cleaner. The best part about NCleaner is that it is Free and House System Tools such as System Restore and System Information within it's self for easy reach. It also keeps a Record of all the Junk that has been clean from your System since it was Installed. If you haven't tried NCleaner and plan to you will be as Amazed as I was on it's very first Run and every single Run after that.

lurkswithin 01-02-2009 03:04 AM

I usually don't reply to these types of posts. But I have used this Ncleaner and am still analyizing the various applications. Though I have not posted to any sites as to my findings this is what I wrote to some of my fellow techs that I have worked with for years.
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The program seems like an almost exact copy of Ccleaner when it starts up. But it is definately different.
I updated and ran Ccleaner on my test computer and it found some 150mb of files to be removed and some 46 registry files that needed to be taken care of as well. I then ran Ncleaner and was amazed that it found another 50mb of crap files that Ccleaner missed plus another 122 registry files that needed to be looked into. The crap files were standard .dat files and log files and in which 9 of them came back as system files and unremovable...no problem..I ear marked them for looking into later on!

The registry files got to me though...Mostly files that were supposedly removed from programs that I had removed months ago and have used Ccleaner and Registry mechanic quite a few times since removing the apps and programs that left those files. Ncleaner seems to have dug up these that Ccleanerand Registry Mechanic either marked to exclude or just didn't see them to remove them although I belive that some of them had or was reported to have been removed by Ccleaner.

There are some other applications included with the Ncleaner program.
1) A file uninstaller from boot....similar to Ccleaner and Remove-On-Boot
2) a start-up file program...see what programs is starting when your computer boots and the ability to stop it from doing so. and also what system files were starting up at the same time which showed some interesting winlogon apps starting that I was totally unaware of....I am looking into them
3)A tweaking application for optimizing the computers performance

Overall I am impressed with what I have seen so far. This is a free application for casual non-commercial use. I am still examining this program and the various applications that it uses so at this time am not indorsing it but making the suggestion that others might take a look at it as well.

bsitaram 02-12-2009 07:00 AM

nCleaner has too many complicated features.Newbies are to be very careful. User interface needs better appearance.

lurkswithin 02-12-2009 10:48 AM

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Originally Posted by bsitaram (Post 13936)
nCleaner has too many complicated features.Newbies are to be very careful. User interface needs better appearance.

You are absolutely right! One must be very careful as to what files are to be cleaned using the Ncleaner application...There are listing of some files that should not be made available to cleaning....I have contacted the designers and explained this to them and their response has not been seen as of yet!


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