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Iron Cleaner Speed Ups Chrome, Chromium and SRWare Iron Browsers

It is usual that after few months of using, our browser becomes very slow. This is due to old data it stores in its profile. All browsers have made available options to clean all old data from its history and cache, and there are several third party tools like CCleaner to do the same job. Iron Cleaner is a portable browser-cleaning tool specially designed for Google Chrome, Chromium and SRWare Iron browsers.

Iron Cleaner is not just clean the history, cache and cookies; it will clean all files that are related to previous browsing sessions just with a click. After cleaning, your browser will behave as it has just been installed, but with all your settings and private data.

Iron Cleaner is a portable tool (no installation needed). Just run it and click “Option” button. From the popup window, choose your browser - SRWare Iron, Chromium or Google Chrome. Then Click Start button, that’s all.

From the option window, you can also delete all your saved data, passwords, settings and extensions to make it a fresh browser. For that, just select the items and click OK to save your settings.

Iron Cleaner can be downloaded from source here.


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