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Posted By On November 12, 2008 @ 9:54 PM In System Tune-Up Help | No Comments
A problem most Windows users face is unnecessary files residing in cryptic folders on their hard drive. You know, files like your Internet browsing cache, files left behind by games you play and so on. Those not only slow down your system’s performance, but they also occupy valuable disk space. You wouldn’t let rats and rodents infest your house, would you? Then why let those files corrupt your system?! Well, with Atomic Cleaner, a small utility that takes care of all of the above, you no longer will. Atomic Cleaner allows you to perform such maintenance with just a few clicks and instantly, you’ll see an improvement in your system speed. It also removes traces of Internet activity to make your system more secure. Let’s check it out!
The installation of Atomic Cleaner is much like any other Windows software and you shouldn’t have any trouble getting it set up. Once you have it installed, go ahead and open it up and you’ll see this simple screen:
On the left, you have your options and on the right, you have their explanations. There are several programs available that can help you get rid of your cache and Internet history, but Atomic Cleaner wins out, because it also has a “gamer cleanup” option. Honestly, most gamers aren’t even aware that while playing a game, a lot of temporary files are created on their system. More so, they’re left behind even after you uninstall the game.
So, all you have to do is select the option you want and the cleanup will begin. While Atomic Cleaner is working, it gives you additional information, as you can see in the screenshots below:
The time taken to clean up depends on the amount of “garbage” you have residing on your computer, but once it’s finished, it gives you an overall report of how the cleaning went. You can then take pride in your newly “spick and span” computer!
Check Atomic Cleaner out for yourself right here. Enjoy!
~ Yogesh Bakshi
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