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System Ninja 3.0.4

System Ninja is a simple PC management and cleanup tool.

The program includes a Junk Scanner to quickly remove leftover temporary files, internet history, Windows logs and other hard drive clutter.

A Startup Manager displays programs configured to load when Windows starts, and potentially unnecessary Windows tasks. If you see something you don't like or need, then it can be removed in a couple of clicks.

The Process Manager displays running processes and allows you to close them at a click. This isn't particularly useful - Task Manager is considerably more informative and available all the time - but the module does at least link to "MalRun Destroyer", which scans RAM for running malware and closes and processes that it finds.

And a "More Tools" section includes options to do further scanning for junk files, display more information on your startup programs, or analyze a file, displaying MD5, SHA1, SHA256 hashes and other information. Most useful, though, is a link to CCEnhancer, which extends CCleaner with the ability to clean up after more than 270 new programs.

Note there's now a PRO version of System Ninja, for $14.95/year. The PRO version contains no adverts, automatic updates, priority support and more.

Version 3.0.4 brings:
    - Added Turkish translation
    - Added detection of OS architecture to System Analysis tool
    - Fixed issue with filesize sorting on Dutch systems
    - Fixed freeze when saving large log files
    - Redesigned scanning engine for better stability
    - Fixed potential crash in the ‘More Tools’ tab
    - Added more item descriptions to Startup Manager

Platforms: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 1.5
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: Shane Gowland
Date Added: {ts '2014-11-07 11:01:00'}


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