Free Tools to keep Computer Clean

Remember the first day you bought your new computer when everything ran smooth, every function worked fine, responsive to our needs without any issues. This perfection doesn’t lasts too long and as the time passes,conditions starts becoming bad to worse. Its the time when they need proper cleaning and maintenance.

To maintain your windows, here are few cleaning utilities suggested By me to run your Windows like the first run.

TuneUp Utilities : optimizes the performance of your computer, fixes problems, and allows you to customize the system easily to your needs.

Defraggler :to defrag your entire hard drive, or individual files – unique in the industry. This compact and portable Windows application supports NTFS and FAT32 file systems

RegSeeker :is a handy tool for managing several popular registry items and searching the registry by keyword. It offers quick access to Startup Entries, Uninstall Information, Color Schemes, History items (URLs, Recent Documents etc) and IE Favorites. The program also includes a registry cleaning feature that finds invalid and unused registry entries, allowing you to delete them. RegSeeker can automatically create a backup before deleting any registry entries.

Bleachbit :It is open source and is basically responsible for the cleaning of files, with a fairly long list of programs. Besides the most common browsers, clean traces of Google Earth, Flash, Java, Second Life Viewer, Skype, and Vuze. Runs on Windows and Linux.

Ccleaner :It is free, and has a portable as well as installation version. It is one of the best known, very intuitive to use, quick to analyze the system, not just clean the files, but it repairs the registry and even has an uninstall utility to manage and what programs are initiated with the system. It is my personal favorite, so we recommend twice.

COMODO System Cleaner : Also free, installable and portable versions available. Performs cleaning files, registry items and privacy, as well as a manager of programs that run automatically and a tool to make changes to the system. Doesn’t work well on Windows 7 but Portable one will do the job.

FCleaner :Does an excellent job at finding junk files, up to 15% more than Bleachbit. Also has an uninstaller, program manager for booting, and shortcuts to system tools. Free installable and portable.

Glary Utilities :Free portable. Along with the basic features (such as problems with search files, the registry or shortcuts broken), brings a few more features, like search for malware, optimize memory, encrypt files and analyze the use of disk space, among others.

nCleaner : Besides cleaning up files, provides a monitor of the system tools to modify the system, reducing space, program manager at startup, and support for many extensions that handle more specific tasks, like cleaning behind ACDSee, ICQ, Incredimail, Kazaa or Winamp.

Would you recommend some that is not listed?


I started this tech blog back in 2011 as a place to write down processes I took to fix my client systems and network. Now I write some tips and tricks to help others with the tech issues that one might encounter.

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