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FCleaner – System Cleaner for Windows

FCleaner is a free program (similar to CCleaner, NCleaner and KCleaner) for cleaning and optimizing your Windows computer. It removes unused files, browser history, cookies and tweaks your system to run it faster.

Fcleaner is very easy to use like Ccleaner. You can erase all the traces of your online activities, obsolete and unused files in just one click.

FCleaner also includes a Start up manager and an uninstaller utility, which allows controlling and removing an application easily. Moreover, from the tools section you can call some Windows functions such as Scheduled task, System restore, Security centre, etc in just one click.

Installation is simple; just follow the screen instruction to finish the installation. And it doesn’t include any third party applications (like Yahoo tool bar in Ccleaner). Fcleaner is free and could not find any Spyware or Adware while testing.

At first looks this little app shows pretty good power with packs of many tweaking utilities. FCleaner supports Windows XP and Vista/ File size: 1.1Mb / Download it from official site.


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