CCleaner now lets you uninstall Windows Store apps

CCleaner now lets you uninstall Windows Store apps

CCleaner now lets you uninstall Windows Store apps

CCleaner now lets you uninstall Windows Store apps

 

The latest version of CCleaner now lets you uninstall Windows Store apps, so you can now delete some of those annoying stock Windows 10 apps. It will also allow users to more easily detect and configure start up items and programs. 

  

Release notes

v5.11.5408 (26 Oct 2015)

  • - Added Windows Store apps to Uninstall tool (Windows 8, 8.1 and 10).
    - Improved Google Chrome Download History cleaning.
    - Improve Firefox 41 cleaning. 
    - Optimized Start-up Items detection routine.
    - Improved keyboard navigation and shortcuts. 
    - Added Microsoft Office 2016 and Camtasia Studio 8.0 cleaning.
    - Updated various translations.
    - Minor GUI Improvements.
    - Minor bug fixes.

CCleaner now lets you uninstall Windows Store apps  

 

You can download the latest version of CCleaner by following this link to Piriform

 

You can join the discussion on CCleaner's ability to uninstall Windows 10, 8 and 8.1 apps on the OC3D Forums

 

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26-10-2015, 19:05:46

The_Mard


OH SNAP! But seriously, it could be handy on computers with older hardware regain a little more responsiveness if some are constantly running in the background so that is awesome of Piriform.

If you've never heard of Piriform folks? I highly recommend your check out their stuff... CCleaner even used to be called Crap Cleaner but I think he took out the first word to make it sound a little less intense.

I also love speccy by Piriform. It's great for helping people figure out what their hardware specs are if they have no idea and it has such a small footprint.

Recuva is a deleted file recovery system that can work at times. Of course, for free you can't expect it to work as good as the ridiculously expensive ones.

Deraggler has lost a bit of momentum though ever since Windows 7 when Microsoft seriously revamped the defragmentation program that is bundled with Windows. I used to always use Defraggler back in the Windows XP and Vista days though.Quote

26-10-2015, 19:10:40

Mizdimma
Will have to update it then, and thanks for mention the deraggler, does it take as long as the xp defragger?Quote

26-10-2015, 20:56:36

The_Mard
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Originally Posted by Mizdimma View Post
Will have to update it then, and thanks for mention the deraggler, does it take as long as the xp defragger?
The main thing I loved about Defraggler in the XP days was it scaled very well depending on CPU usage, so it could even be used while playing games with only slight hiccups at the most... unlike the stock XP defrag program that would sap all your CPU away from your games and you off. I think it was faster than the stock defrag program. I remember Diskepper was another good one but did nag you to buy the full version... but dang was it faster than stock.

Defraggler is 100% free just like anything from Piriform were it only asks if you want a paid version for customer service or business use plus a few bonus automated functions.Quote

26-10-2015, 22:03:24

Legacy-ZA
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Originally Posted by Mizdimma View Post
Will have to update it then, and thanks for mention the deraggler, does it take as long as the xp defragger?
Defraggler takes ages and doesn't do such a good job, if anything; my HDD access / load speeds were worse. >.>

If you want a friendly UI and one that does the job very well and without taking 1 week (I am not kidding) download Smart Defrag. You can download it here at their home page: http://www.iobit.com/en/iobitsmartdefrag.php

*Edit*

It's also free.Quote

26-10-2015, 22:45:13

NeverBackDown
Just updated, indeed works! GUI looks more inline with W10 now too, small but nice changesQuote
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