The Wizard Cleaner

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by bch, Oct 8, 2004.

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  1. bch

    bch Registered Member

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    Has anyone tried this freeware cleaning programme - The Wizard Cleaner? On the face of it, it looks good. I'm just a bit sceptical about any possible adware/spyware included given that its free. Not even asking for donations.
    http://wizcleaner.free.fr/index.php?section=1

    I've got other disk cleaners, registry cleaners etc, (far too many, in fact, you name it, I've probably got it)! This one erases folder streams in the windows registry in addition to all the usual functions.
     
  2. Weber

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    seems clean to me
     
  3. Don Killah

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    I'm the author, BOUKHMiS Kamel,no there ain't nothing like that kind of **** within my soft... why nowadays anybody finds it weird to deliver free stuff ?

    You can still throw your $50-150 to any dumb commercial if you want, it doesn't matter to me. However, any suggestions/ideas/bugs are welcomed...

    Have a nice day !
     
  4. snapdragin

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    Hi Don Killah, and welcome.

    Please understand that with all the rogue programs out there now that try and install spyware without the user's knowledge, people just want to double-check other member's opinions about a product they are unfamiliar with....and that's always a good way to go with any program one might want to try out the first time. ;)

    Regards,

    snap
     
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  5. Don Killah

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    Ok, i don't mind, it's true, last time i've checked my friends computer at its job, adaware find 256 adware/spyware !!!
     
  6. bch

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    Don Killah.

    I apologise for any offence caused by my question.
     
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