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CCleaner Updated to Version 3.05 With Full Support for IE9 and Firefox 4


Piriform just released new version of CCleaner (v.3.05) with full support for Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) and Firefox 4.0. This popular Windows cleaning tool has also improved its registry cleaning function to trim out old Firewall entries and added a lot more third-party cleaning rules.


Following are the new changes:
  • Added support for Internet Explorer 9.
  • Added support for Firefox 4.0.
  • Added Internet Explorer Cached Feeds cleaning.
  • Added Internet Explorer Add-ons Statistics cleaning.
  • Added iTunes cookie management.
  • Added Opera cleaning for saved/opened directories paths.
  • Improved Firefox/Mozilla Saved Password cleaning.
  • Improved Intelligent cookie keeping functionality.
  • Improved Registry cleaning for Obsolete Software.
  • Improved Registry cleaning for Unused File Extensions.
  • Added Registry cleaner for Windows Services.
  • Added cleaning for obsolete Firewall Rules.
  • Added detection of invalid Browser Helper Objects.
  • Added cleaning for Adobe Air, Advanced Searchbar, Steam, Xfire, Skype, AOL Instant Messenger, Camfrog Video Chat, Miranda Instant Messenger, Pidgin, Yahoo Messenger, ooVoo, TeamSpeak, Ventrilo Client, Ventrilo Server, FrostWire, uTorrent, Shareaza, iMesh, BearShare, DC++ and Ares.

More details here.

You can download CCleaner at here. Portable edition can be downloaded at here.

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