No matter how hard you strive to keep your computer in a good shape, as time goes by, over and over again its hard disks get stuffed with garbage. Would someone please find a way to quickly take the garbage off the computer, recover the lost free space and not harm to the «good» software and the system? It seems your call has just been answered; give a try to SBMAV Disk Cleaner.
Since the softwares primary job is getting rid of trash on your hard drive, locating garbage and throwing it away is its most thought through and worked out functionality. With just a couple of mouse clicks, it will automatically find and get rid of no longer necessary temporary files and folders (including miscellaneous leftovers from long-gone applications), broken shortcuts, leading to non-existing files and folders. Just as easily you can use it to uninstall obsolete software and delete unnecessary cookies.
However, a lot more often its neither cookies nor shortcuts who take away the largest piece of available disk space; the name of the space hog is duplicates same files spread over a bunch of folders, hiding from your eye under different names. Thats the job where SBMAV Disk Cleaner demonstrates its power and intelligence: it searches through and evaluates suspicious files under different parameters, picking out obsolete backup copies and documents, and then wipes the unnecessary files off, not affecting your operating system at all.
Not to say that the software is obviously easy and friendly, such pow er behind a mouse click makes this utility valuable indeed.
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