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Keep Your PC and Applications Running Like a New With CCEnhancer

The free system cleaning utility CCleaner for Windows does a great job of removing leftover and temporary junk file from your hard disk. I think this tool does not need a description; you may have already installed this to keep your PC and applications running at optimal performance.

However, CCleaner supports only a few applications for cleaning. You can add support for hundreds of additional applications with a small add-on tool called CCenhancer and make the cleaning program even more useful.

The new entries are integrated seamlessly into CCleaner and marked with an asterisk, so you can see which ones they are. It is very simple to use. Just download and it, then click ‘Download Latest’ button.

CCenhancer requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to work and can be downloaded latest version free at source here.


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