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Use decluterer for my computer ?

Apr 6, 2018 8:49AM PDT

Hi all, I seek for computer care advices. Seems use software like iobit advanced system care can delete or alterate essentials files / files arborescence in computer.

Okay then I wonder how to manage my computer system ?

Use a decluterer or this kind of software is okay or there is some warns to know ?

thank you for your reading,
Kind regard,
Armand

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Automated apps like you listed
Apr 6, 2018 8:55AM PDT

Are good news for companies and folk that get paid to fix what they break. I have yet to write nice about these. Except for the default settings for CCleaner.

What else would you need for such today?

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Okay so you advice to do what to maintain my computer ?
Apr 6, 2018 9:36AM PDT

Thank ou for your kind answer,

So you advice to do what to maintain my computer ?

Kind regard,
Armand

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So far no apps for me.
Apr 6, 2018 10:01AM PDT
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thank
Apr 6, 2018 10:29AM PDT

Thank you for the advices.

Kind regard

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Declutter
Apr 6, 2018 11:20AM PDT

Ccleaner.
The windows built in disk cleanup.

After that you go to manual mode and look at what's installed.

If it's not needed uninstall it.

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