CCleaner: New Version
As you may recall, last week, one of our freelance writers wrote an article about the CCleaner program (you can read that article here to learn all about CCleaner and what it does). After it was featured in the newsletter, I received several e-mails from all of you telling me how much you love that program. You told me that you really appreciated us putting that article in the newsletter and you praised on how helpful it really was. Well, if you liked that, I have a feeling you’re going to love what I have for you today!
A new version of CCleaner has just been released! Yes, you heard me right. Version 1.41.544 is now available for download and as I’m sure you know, with every new version comes an array of new features. And let me tell you, CCleaner does not disappoint! Thanks to Pelican56 from our message board, I am able to give you a run down of those new features right now. To begin, there have been a lot of changes made for those of you who use Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Vista. The IE 7 history cleaning in Vista has been fixed, there is no longer any trouble with the clipboard cleaning and there is now some Safari Web browser cleaning available as well.
There have also been upgrades made to the file system access, there are now updated translations, there’s an updated installer engine, stability improvements and other minor bugs have been fixed. Now, if that doesn’t get you excited about using the new version of CCleaner, I don’t know what will! If you’re ready to download and start using the new version right away, you can do so from this Web site. You then have three choices. You can download the Standard Build of CCleaner with its toolbar, the Basic version without the toolbar or the Slim version, which comes without the toolbar and it’s in English only. Either one you choose, you can now clean up your computer with all the fixins. Enjoy!