EasyCleaner

by Toni Arts

A program that searches through the Windows registry for entries that are pointing nowhere

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Toni Arts

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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EasyCleaner is a small, useful program that can find and remove invalid registry branches, broken shortcuts, unnecessary and repetitive files. Performing these operations will allow you to get more free space and speed up the work of your computer. Because changing the registry may have some negative consequences, you can back up your registry entries.

With EasyCleaner you will be able to clear disks of all kinds of unnecessary files, such as backups, temporary, duplicate files. In addition, you will have access to various useful information about the disk space used.

- Search and delete damaged and invalid registry data, which will increase the speed of the computer up to 20%!

- Search and delete duplicate files - helps to increase free disk space.

- Search and delete various unnecessary files (temporary files, backups, broken shortcuts).

- Friendly and flexibly configurable program interface.

- Provides useful information about disk space usage.

- Use of extremely small amount of system resources in the process of work.

- An extensive compendium of reference information that looks at all the details of the program in detail.

- The application is translated into Russian, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and many other languages.

William
EasyCleaner as the name suggests allows you to get rid of unwanted and unused files to free up space on your hard drives. It gives you a simple view of how your drive space is currently being used and also gives you the option to back up important registry files.
Kai
I love this product because it cleans up the space on my computer. I no longer have duplicates of programs or files. This also allows my computer to run faster and quicker. The program is also easy to use, even for someone like me who isn't exactly the smartest with computers.