Wise Disk Cleaner 8.23.583
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8 (32-Bit/64-Bit)
Software Product Description
Speed up your computer and save hard drive space by removing junk and temporary files.Wise Disk Cleaner is a free system cleaner that removes unnecessary files to speed up your computer and save hard disk space. The program features an intuitive interface to easily remove Windows junk files, Recent Documents, Temporary files, and Log files. It also removes junks files created by web browsing such as temporary files, history, cookies and autocomplete form history.
The program includes a wizard feature for beginners to automatically clean your system with minimal effort. An advanced interface is also available for experienced users to target specific files and perform advanced cleaning tasks.
Unlike other similar system cleaners, Wise Disk Cleaner also includes advanced features that remove wallpapers, files no longer needed by Windows such as ample pictures, sample music, sample videos, help files, installer baseline cache, and more.
As a bonus, Wise Disk Cleaner features a disk defrag function to further improve your system´s performance and free up hard drive space.
Reviewer: -mweizer Review Date: 2014-01-03
Average Rating (12 Votes )
Pros: Wise is one of the more generous freeware offering companies and on website many are also portable ;as well as, .exe installable. This download offering is the .exe ( the portable, .zip, is 2.6mb (6.06mb extracted) For me, the best part is the Advanced Cleaner tab. It selects items by extensions (note the Advanced Settings text button , lower right, to customize selections. Has helpful right-click options.
Cons: Common Cleaner tab: This ,apparently, only does the Internet Explorer browser. I tried adding the Winapp2 to the portable folder, but no effect. No individual size breakdown , but at least has category/subgroup size.
Other Thoughts: Rodger (previous poster),
please , do tell us, with our eyebrows still raised, what, primarily, was deleted to get 2gb back?!
Was that under the Slimming System tab?
Stuff of that magnitude often is from the Microsoft Windows security /updates installer copies/(un)installers.
Maybe a couple of video games?
The Settings: General: has 'auto get news letter', 'show auto clean notice' and 'check for updates weekly' set as defaults.
Can also select 'Secure delete" (not sure how many overwrites)
Auto Run tab can create One-click desktop icon
Has Exclusion tab
Has clean Scheduler
The Disk Defrag is ok but I didn't care for its Optimizer algorithm
I give the whole a 3.5