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KCleaner – An efficient, automatic hard drive cleaner

KCleaner is an easy to use, efficient hard drive cleaner with fully automatic cleaning feature. Automatic cleaning may be the first feature in its kind, which works in background, so that you don't have to care about when to launch it.

And also, KCleaner has a secure deletion method, which ensures your security by making deleted files unrecoverable by any known mean.

You can operate it in three modes-Expert mode, normal mode and automatic mode. In expert mode, you can control any file deletion done by KCleaner. In automatic mode, it automatically cleaned in the background according to the time interval you set.

Features includes
  • Detects and cleans temporary and useless files (cache, unused setup files, etc)
  • Automatic mode working in background
  • Secured file deletion method
  • Expert mode : let users control any file deletion done by KCleaner/li>
  • Internationalization support.
You can download KCleaner from here


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