CCleaner 3.0 Gains a Drive Wiping Tool, Better 64-bit Support

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COMMANDER_COOK

I like scheduling it to run with the /AUTO switch.

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mothrpe

native 64-bit programs on my windows 7 64-bit make me all warm and fuzzy inside

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BlazePC

Hats off to these Piriform guys.  Ever since Norton lost it's way on this type of utility there's really been no other solution out there that does what it does and at relatively low risk.  Registry Booster was promising back in the day but that cluster turned into a real hack-job pretty quickly. 

Keep up the good work guys, even if you are under appreciated.

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lunchbox73

Is that screenshot from your rig Paul? Nice specs.

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Paul_Lilly

That's a screenie from my notebook, an Asus G73Jh-A1.

-Paul Lilly

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Blues22475

...wiping feature looks really promising. I've been looking for a way to wipe drives securely while in an OS as opposed to a DOS wiping utility (such as Boot & Nuke).

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