Over the period of time we install and uninstall so many tools or create (automatically created by internet browsers) cookies and other temp files that our system becomes slow. It is therefore required to delete all the temp and useless files that are occupying space in our machine so that we can free up the space. There are many tools to get this done and CCleaner is one such famous and powerful tool.
Well everyone knows about CCleaner but here is another yet powerful disk cleaner called KCleaner which has its own advantages over CCleaner. KCleaner is an automatic and secured disk cleaner that can clean or wipe out your disk for the useless stuffs thereby vacating some memory. KCleaner is designed to be the most efficient Hard Disk cleaner, tracking every useless byte in order to give you all the resources you may need for your documents, music, pictures, movies and other stuffs.
Note: During installation KCleaner might want to install some other packages, you can deny those to avoid any other tool installation.
When you run KCleaner, it opens up in Normal mode, easy enough for anyone to understand. The Normal mode has got two modes, Manual and Automatic. So when in Manual mode, you can click the Analyze button to scan your system for the clutter and then press the Clean button to delete them all. Whereas in the Automatic mode, every process will be taken care by the tool itself, moreover you can schedule it to run in the background and forget about any useless memory space consumed.
You can also make the tool open in the Expert mode, which will give you detailed information about the items scanned and then select which one to delete and which not. There is one major advantage of using KCleaner over other tools that while deleting the files and other stuffs, you can choose to delete them permanently too (in non-recoverable form). The tool has got some deletion algorithms which you can configure in the settings option of the tool.
If the tool had impressed you, then it is worth a try. It runs great on all Windows both 32 and 64 bit versions.