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YourCleaner- Windows System Cleaner and Registry Optimizer

YourCleaner is a free, tiny application (633Kb, V1.4) for optimizing and cleaning Windows Vista and XP operating systems. With tools such as FileCleaner, Registry Optimizer and AutoRun controller, Your Cleaner makes Windows run faster and free-up some hard disk space. It removes unused and unnecessary files from the computer and fixes most of the registry problems.

Your Cleaner has very intuitive interface and has some additional functions (you can add or remove additional file extensions, for example .temp, .bak or additional files and folders for deleting.) that enhances its usage. Moreover, there is an option to select whole or individual drives for scanning and can be back up registry files for restoring, if anything went wrong.

Your Cleaner completely removes traces of your online activities like temporary Internet Files, Cookies, History, Auto complete Form, Saved Passwords, Saved URLs in address bar of all major browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera, Firefox and Safari.


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