Discussion in 'polls' started by PJC, Dec 12, 2012.
CCEnhancer with CCleaner
I use CCleaner with Winapp2.ini downloaded periodically from the Piriform forums -http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=32310&st=0- Which is what CCEnhancer does iirc.
I second what JimboW said.
CCleaner alone. Why? Because i´m afraid to erase something important (when working in other person computer), i think that the benefit doesn't pay for the risk.
Updates both CCleaner and WinApp2.ini, to your location. Works like a charm.
Though Norton (SONAR) may detect the Updater.exe in the Temp files and CCleaner+ will crash.
I use CCEnhancer with CC, although I think AlexC makes a valid point.
Computer security always comes down to a matter of "who do you trust".
CCleaner alone. CCEnhancer only adds like 5 seconds to my startup of my CCleaner....nothing really useful it adds
Alone. CCleaner itself already has several areas it can optionally clean that could cause problems. CCEnhancer just adds even more.
I've used CCleaner with CCEnhancer in my desktop (Not laptop) for more than a year and i have not experienced any problems at all.
I just use CCleaner alone. I do not use CCleaner to clean any usage data - only temp files and browser cache (not cookies though), so this would be useless to me.
I've found CCEnhancer more convenient...
CCEnhancer updates rules automatically by just running the .exe.
CCleaner alone, with manual review of winapp2.ini. I like to keep things as simple as possible when possible.
CCenhancer Great app!
As for me - sometimes with CCEnhancer, sometimes without, but CCleaner is a must.
Who knows are there any tests whether it worth to add the CCEnhancer?
just ccleaner. Simply the best!
Hmm, I've just voted and was surprised to see that I'm the first to vote. So the poll must be added just recently.
In my IT role within the Government Agency I am involved with, we always use CCleaner only.
Do you use the Business or the Pro version of CCleaner within the Government Agency?
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