Maintain privacy and keep your system running smoother by deleting your computer activity. Remove internet history (IE, Opera and Firefox), recent file lists (including Office), empty out temporary folders to regain disk space.
Such files may include those created by internet activity, installation programs or by applications for storing temporary data. After time these files build up, wasting disk space and this can impede disk drive performance, lead to superfluous disk fragmentation, and even cause some applications to function improperly. Deleting these files is usually safe and can recover megabytes of disk space.
Some of the symptoms of not deleting unnecessary/temporary files can include:
Wasted disk space which can impede drive performance.
Superfluous fragmentation of hard disks.
Some applications may begin to function improperly (including lock up and fatal errors)
Lost internet and network connections.
The program is fully configurable, allowing you to control what is deleted. Files and folders can be either sent to the recycle bin, deleted or wiped for added security.
Recycling enables you to recover files/folders which the program deleted.
Deleting means the files are not sent to the recycle bin, but still may be recovered using specialised software programs.
Wiping files provides security by firstly erasing the contents of the file and then deleting it, so even if the file is recovered the contents are useless.
Some files might not be deleted if they are be being used by Windows or other applications. In this instance, they are classed as "locked" and the program will to attempt to delete them when the system is next restarted (if you tell it to).
The program can detect many areas which can be cleaned, and it can be easily configured to protect or delete specific files and folders.
The program can remove files created when surfing the internet using popular web browsers such as Internet Explorer (version 4 and above) or a web browser which uses the Internet Explorer engine (such as Crazy Browser). It will also work with Mozilla Firefox (tested on 2.0 or above), and Opera version 3 to 9.
Such files include cookies (files placed on your hard disk by web sites you have visited), cache (pages of sites you have visited, and any images from those sites), history (a history of all the sites you have visited) and much more. Not only does this cleaning up protect your privacy from others, but it also restores disk space and can speed up browsing web sites.