Which of these programs is better: Ccleaner or Reg Organizer wise ccleaner for a computer?
- DickLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
I'll stand behind CCleaner any day! I personally have been using it for years and have never had any issues with using it. I also recommend it to all of my clients as a great utility for helping keep my computer cleaned up. Here is what I use. I run CCleaner first and simply let it clean out what it finds. I run Advanced System Care second for additonal cleaning and tuning things up a bit. At least once a week I run a full scan using Norton Security Suite. I also recommend Norton and yes it's worth the money. A couple of other good helpers are Wise Registry Cleaner, and Smart Defrag ... and yes you can use Smart Defrag with an SSD!!!Source(s): 33 Years Computer Experience & IT Support
- spacemissingLv 71 year ago
I have used CCleaner Occasionally.
Less and less often now,
because clearing out what that type of program eliminates
causes more problems than keeping it all.
Defragging is probably a lot more useful,
and I just realized I haven't done that in ages.
- SouthpawLv 71 year ago
Glary Utilities by Glarysoft has had a good reputation for quite a while, free or paid for, worth a shufti I think;
The latest version of Ccleaner, which used to be reliable now has an "easy clean" facility or something similarly named which cleaned out things that I did not want it to do and as a result I would avoid it like the plague until they have updated it to actually work without ruining your Internet experience.
Earlier versions are OK though.
Don`t make much difference anyway, regards, Bob UK.
- Robert JLv 71 year ago
CCleaner (from Piriform), without any doubt.
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- EnigmaLv 61 year ago
CCleaner would be the better choice. Wise Care 365 has more options. I use both in the free version.
- Richard JLv 71 year ago
My personal preference is Malwarebytes
- Gordon BLv 61 year ago
Neither is really needed.
- Pete LLv 61 year ago
You don't need either of them!