CCleaner It is one of the most popular applications for deleting cache and junk files on computers. Although it’s not very common these days, it got a useful update.
CCleaner announced this week that the tool can now properly detect files from applications installed through the Microsoft Store. In a blog post, the company said, “CCleaner is a restrictive and forward-thinking cleaner, which is why we’ve officially added the latest Microsoft Store apps. This is in addition to more than 500 cleanup definitions for common programs, browsers, games and Windows features.
Starting with CCleaner v6.02, the app can now delete cache files and leftover files from Microsoft Store versions of Firefox, VLC Media Player, Discord, Netflix, iCloud, Disney+, Telegram Desktop and other popular apps. Most of these apps have built-in menus to empty the cache and automatically delete unwanted ones over time, but CCleaner bills itself as a one-click solution for any software on your computer.
The company noted that Discord quickly fills up drives, saying it “stores a lot of cache files in various folders, including GPU cache, icons, and other data.” Second, You can delete this data manuallyBut CCleaner can handle it with fewer clicks.
CCleaner is available Download from the official website There is a paid version of the app, but the custom cleaning feature that scans Microsoft Store apps doesn’t seem to require it. Windows Private Disk Cleanup Tool It can also erase some cached data on your computer.
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