System Ninja 2.1 Available

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  1. Dermot7

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    Standard settings...

    System Ninja temp file scan = 497MB files to be removed
    CCleaner temp file scan = 364MB files to be removed

    Deleted files with System Ninja and ran CCleaner again.
    CCleaner found: 0.46MB temp files to be removed.

    Good program, seems to delete all the thumbnail cache, files from browsers in the appdata folder etc. Checked all the files and their location and type, all were safe to delete.
     
  3. J_L

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    I use Wise Disk Cleaner instead.
     
  4. Noob

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    Lets give it a try, looks interesting :D
     
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    Try it Noob and tell us how it is :D
     
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    Looks very promising! I'm going to give it a try. I like their policy of not even putting any third party toolbar as an optional install. Sounds like they really care about quality. Thanks for the post Dermot7!
     
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    Disk Cleaners should be judged by their Safety; not by the data Size they remove.
    I've seen Nothing BUT wrecked Systems
    whose Owners' had used Aggressive Cleaning Tools...

    Is System Ninja as SAFE as CCleaner has been?
     
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    It removed what CCleaner would have removed, but removed additional files, mainly thumbnail.db files located in every folder, more temp files in the appdata folder.

    From what I can tell, seems very safe. Analyze your system, and without removing any files, see what it finds.

    Has an option to just search and clean on a per folder basis. That's a good feature.
     
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