Does Cclean Really Work? What You Need to Know About Cclean

Does Cclean really work? I was apprehensive and tentative at best when someone was telling me about the product. I had previously tried registry and system cleaners before, both shareware and freeware, and I found their performance to be adequate at best.

The internet is riddled with many online programmes as well as dynamic websites that do a scan on your computer’s registry. Some of them do not justify their price tags, and some just simply do not justify existence.

Cclean, in my opinion, presents itself as a simple solution to a complex landscape of market driven products and programmes. The download size – a mere 2.8 megabytes, was easy and fuss free – already earning brownie points over other websites that ‘piggy’ back on unnecessarily complex file storage websites.

I chose a pretty high end system which had been running for 6 months straight – inevitably, the lightning machine had began to stutter and chug, especially during start-up – so it would be a good test bed for Piriform’s new permutation.

The design is very well done, large fonts and easy to understand menu systems. Visually ergonomic, running through the icons and submenus presented very little problems – and so I zoomed into the ‘Registry’ menu first. Presenting 15 possible areas (which the user can choose) of registry hiccups, Cclean is one of the more comprehensive registry scans available. For this test I chose all, and the scan on a large capacity desktop with more than 80 programmes installed – took less than a few mere minutes. Cleaning took even less time – with adequate prompts for critical looking entries and embedded keys – ensuring a safe deletion.

And there is automatic registry backup which the user can place in a thumb drive or external drive.

Cleaning also took less than five minutes. Next I moved on to the applications and windows settings – over 30 different areas, including specific applications that Cclean can detect and scan. It even allows the user to choose which files and folders to protect from scanning, as well as customise which cookies to delete-or keep after a scan.

It may sound complicated, but everything is done neatly with the universal user in mind. It is one of the most fuss free programmes I have ever seen – with a learning curve that is just as quick as its scanning and cleaning capabilities.

Now for the ‘baited breath’ test. After cleaning and deactivating some of my start up programmes through its ‘Tools’ functions – I restarted the test system and timed the load time.

I can happily report that the lump of coal that was my windows load and start up was noticeably faster – in fact by more than a minute. In digital time – that is quite an achievement. Programmes were crisper and the mouse was more responsive during the initial load. I also had a niggling ‘rundll 32’ error – ‘cannot launch programme message’ every time the computer loaded – which was gone after Cclean’s efficient scan.

In all – Cclean works, because it does complicated and time consuming checks in mere minutes, carefully raking through system banks and the sensitive windows registry to speed up operating time.

Trace a Mobile Phone Number – Why Doesn’t White Pages Work? What Other Databases Should Be Used?

If you have ever wondered the reason for not getting telemarketers calling on your cell phone, that is because they’re considered personal information and it is not legal for telemarketers to call you. There are actually laws preventing them from calling your cell phones. It is for the same reason that mobile numbers are not published on public phone directories.

White Pages is not the right place for searching cell numbers

A lot of people would go to the white pages to trace a mobile number and just give up simply because they find out that wireless numbers are unlisted on the white pages. White pages is not the one and only phone directory in the USA. It only has residential land line numbers. The business numbers are listed on the yellow pages and neither one of them have mobile numbers.

There are other databases

However there are numerous databases maintained by different companies that offer to reverse search cell numbers on our behalf. You just find one of these, plug your number in, and within seconds, you get your results.

But which database do I choose?

If you have already done a little bit of research on this subject of reverse information lookups, you already know that there are various web services that do this. Different websites charge different prices although the information that you get back is not much different. Anyways you should not go with the most expensive service thinking that they may be the best. There are many other factors to consider such as accuracy of the information in their database, the frequency at which they update their database.

If you use an inaccurate and outdated database, you’re going to get the wrong phone owner.