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Guide on computer cleaning software
We always use antivirus in our system to protect from viruses and hackers. But some users don't use pc cleaner tool to clean up your computer disk space.

Yes, PC cleaning is also a must part while using the PC. If we don't care about this then our system will be getting slow by the time.

Actually our systems save some unwanted files during run any software like Microsoft Office, internet browser, and other software. Most of the dangerous files are stored during surfing the internet or playing games online.

So this is the mandatory task for the clean up the junk files and optimizes your PC performance.

Full guide on best computer cleaning software for windows but now telling you 10 best PC cleaners:

1. ITL Windows Optimizer
2. Piriform CCleaner
3. CleanMyPC
4. Norton Utilities Premium
5. Glary Utilities
6. Ashampoo WinOptimizer
7. Wise Care 365
8. Avast Clean Up
9. Clean Master for PC
10. Storage Sense

Also, you can reduce the boot time of your pc and clear disk space, unwanted Windows registry, browsing cache, history and temporary internet files using above mentioned pc cleaner software.


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