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CCleaner Frree or paid for version?


compumac
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I have been using CCleaner (free version) for many years and because I relied on it for all of that time feel that I should upgrade to the paid-for version.

What are the benefits of upgrading CCleaner?

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Sea Urchin

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The program is exactly the same - but you can get technical support for the program with the Pro version.

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john bunyan

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I have used it for years in the free version and much appreciate it. For now I am staying with the free version. Together with free versions of Spywareblaster, Avira (Anti virus), SAS and MBAM and the W7 firewall I have had no problems for years, whereas I caught a virus in the days I had a paid for package!

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compumac

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Sea Urchin

That is how I read it, - support with the paid for version. I just thought that I might have missed something else.

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Sea Urchin

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There is also a Piriform Support Forum which can of course be used whichever version of CCleaner you are using - plus of course this PCA forum

Piriform Forum

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buteman

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Tune up utilities is very cheap and comes bundled with Avast.

http://store.v3.co.uk/p27533-tuneuputilities2012_avastproantivirus7

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