CCleaner 3.0 Adds 64-Bit Support, Secure Drive Eraser, HTML5 Cleanup and More
By on October 28th, 2010

ccleaner_logoOne of my favorite PC cleanup software; which was also part of my 35 Top Free Software List, has been updated to version 3.0 with several new and exciting features including 64-Bit Support, database cleanup, secure drive wiper among other features.

One of the most interesting features of this PC cleanup is that it now supports 64-bit systems natively which will result in improvised performance on compatible systems. In addition to that, it also has a new HTML5 database storage cleanup for the next-gen HTML specification. This new feature will allow them to cleanup temporary data which have been created by your browsers which support HTML5.

CCleaner 3.0 also adds a new secure drive wiper, which will securely erase the content of any drive without leaving any traces. If you use Internet Explorer 9 or , the new version includes better cleanup options along with support for clearing up files left behind by Microsoft Silverlight.

Oh and the best feature of all, the software now comes with a intelligent cookie retaining feature which will ensure that you do not have to login again to a site for which you have checked an option to keep you logged in for a while. In short,  CCleaner 3.0 will retain session cookies when you do a full cleanupgif. I tested this feature out and it works perfect with Google Chrome.

Want to know more? Head over to the announcement post or go straight up and download CCleaner 3.0.

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