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Stopzilla Kills PC-Cleaner


Toppack

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I had read that PC-Cleaner (or CCleaner) was fairly good program, so thought I would check it out.

But as soon as I got it installed, Stopzilla, the Security program I use on my testing system, called PC-Cleaner a Rogue-Virus and completely Deleted it. :shock:

So I guess I'll continue to use ASC. :-D

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Hi Toppack,

 

FYI.

CCleaner is nothing to do with PC-Cleaner and a very good program. I have never had a problem for the compatibility issue with any program.

Have been using it for a very long time and IMHO it is a good companion to all IObit softwares. ;-)

 

Cheers

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Hi Toppack,

 

FYI.

CCleaner is nothing to do with PC-Cleaner and a very good program. I have never had a problem for the compatibility issue with any program.

;-)

 

Cheers

 

What, I don't understand?

The .exe file that installs PC-Cleaner is ccleaner.exe.

So, they must be the same thing?

Or was I somehow looking at the wrong file?

I can't recheck it, since it has all been deleted.

 

Stopzilla certainly didn't Like it, since it thought it was a Virus.

But Stopzilla does tend to Block more Unknowns, than most Security programs do.

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Are we talking about the same CCleaner from Piriform?

 

The setup file for PC Cleaner is ReimageRepair.exe

 

Cheers.

Well, now I'm not sure what I downloaded?

I did a search for 'ccleaner' and a website for PC-cleaner came up, which I downloaded, and I think the file was named ccleaner.exe, but not sure. :shock:

Of course, that made me think they were the same thing. :roll:

 

I'll just have to try that again sometime, on a computer that does not have Stopzilla, and pay more attention to what is actually downloaded. :lol:

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Thanks,

I had just looked at the Links Enoskype provided,

but so far I have Not found a 'Trial' version of CCleaner to download?

I don't pay for utility software until I've had a chance to check-it-out, to compare it to other similar available programs, though.

 

So, it was defintely PC-cleaner that I tried to Install.

 

Since IObit's utilities seem to be doing everything I need, for now,

I doubt that I will be trying CCleaner, unless I can find a Trial or Beta version.

 

EDIT:

CCleaner is free!:lol:

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Free

 

Have been using it for a very long time and IMHO it is a good companion to all IObit softwares. ;-)

Same for me :smile:

 

Thanks,

I had just looked at the Links Enoskype provided,

but so far I have Not found a 'Trial' version of CCleaner to download?

CCleaner has always had a free version it's just that it has become confusing on their website.

 

http://forums.iobit.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=7741&stc=1&d=1307501935

 

Also, go slow with the install and untick any Google Chrome installs etc that you don't want.

 

All the best, woz of oz

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hi all

yes cc- Cleaner well been using this from there first one thy put out and its as far as I know free.well put it this way I never had any nags say otherwise.

 

is it good ,I think So If you Just use this,its very good .and as the above mentioned Worth a install.And yes just go slow installing it ,unpick what you do not want as extras,

Mr bean

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There is also a slim version! Wihout any extras. FOR FAST INSTALLATION. :mrgreen:

 

CCleaner Slim 3.07.1457 . :-P

 

NOTE:

The download link I have provided in my previus post is a setup file download link from FileHippo with extras available and the link in Toppack's post (EDIT:) is a diect download link of the same setup file. 8:)

 

Cheers.

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I Got It!

Thanks Guys!

 

I Like It!

It has a Lot more capabilities and Options than I expected.

 

I really like the ability to right click on a single item, after Analyze, to remove it, without deleting everything in list.

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