Top 10 CCleaner Alternatives to Clean-Up Your PC

Computers and laptops become slow after some time. So, it becomes necessary to keep it up to date and delete the unnecessary files which take up a lot of space making the system slow. That’s where CCleaner comes in.

CCleaner is a useful programme that can clean your computer’s cache, history, and cookies, as well as optimise your Windows registry. The app also has a feature that deletes junk data such as browser cache and history. This makes the system fast.

But, since Piriform, the maker of CCleaner, has removed some features from its free services, many people are searching for alternatives to CCleaner. So, here we are.

In this article, we’ll mention the top 10 alternatives to CCleaner that you can use to free up and fasten your system.

10 Free CCleaner Alternatives to Clean up Your PC

With the new update, CCleaner has just gotten even less effective.

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Danville business owner teaches computer skills to those released from prison

Steve Barrow opened his computer repair and sales business on Franklin Turnpike nearly two years ago. But soon after starting up, he saw a need for teaching basic computer skills to those recently released from prison.

Barrow offers free one-on-one computer training at his store, Hammer Hill Computers, to help returning residents reenter society. Those who have been in jail or prison, especially after a lengthy sentence, will likely have trouble operating computers and navigating the Internet, Barrow said.

“If you’ve been in prison for 20 years, you’re not going to know Google,” he said during an interview at his business last week.

Barrow does not ask what his clients served time for. That’s beside the point.

“I don’t ask what they went in for,” he said. “It’s not my business.”

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On average, he spends a total of about four hours instructing two people a week.

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Computer Repair Service During ND Bookstore Transition | News and Updates | About | Office of




Computer repair service at the Notre Dame Bookstore Technology (Hammes) Hub will continue to be available to faculty, staff and students, but some service availability changes will begin prior to the management transition period (March 5 through March 13).

Normal service will continue to be available through Sunday, Feb. 27.

Computers can still be taken to the Technology Hub for service between Monday, Feb. 28 and Friday, March 4. Minor issues that can be repaired while the owner waits or overnight will be addressed during this time.

However, service for computers with complicated issues or those requiring warranty repairs may be delayed until the ND Bookstore reopens on Monday, March 14.

For those who must leave their computer at the Technology Hub for an extended time, contact your departmental IT support staff to discuss options to meet your needs while your computer is being repaired.

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Let Control Alt Delete handle your computer repair | Lifestyle

Control Alt Delete Computer Services’ new location is now officially open. For more than 21 years, Guy Martin has been servicing the Tehachapi and surrounding areas with computer repair services for both Windows and Mac.

Guy also offers audio conversion from tape media to digital, digitizing VHS, VHS-C, Beta, Super 8, and even 8mm reels to DVD’s. Guy also offers scanning and converting pictures and slides to digital format.

After leaving the United States Marine Corps, Guy started a career in the IT field with Waste Management as a system administrator. After 11 years with WM, he moved to Tehachapi and decided to try his hand at his own business servicing computers and networks. That’s when he met Chelly Kitzmiller, who introduced him to her husband, and owner of Radio Shack, Ted Kitzmiller. Ted offered Guy a space in Radio Shack to run his computer business out of, and that

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After 30 years, computer repair service still ‘about people’

WILBRAHAM – The small shop at 2785 Boston Rd. in Wilbraham is filled with shelving racks on which customers’ devices sit. There isn’t much space to move around in the small rooms, but the areas are used efficiently. Anywhere that isn’t taken up by electronic equipment is occupied by posters and models of various sci-fi franchises, mostly Star Wars.

“We’re all geeks,” said owner Aristeo Torres. The quirky nature of the shop belies the expertise of Torres, his partner Jan Macon and the five technicians that work under Torres’s tutelage at POST Computer Systems. The word POST in the business’s name is an acronym that stands for “power-on, self-test,” a diagnostic testing sequence that is used in computer repair.

POST Computer Systems began 30 years ago in Torres and Macon’s basement. Torres had the technological know-how, while Macon was the business manager. Since then, Torres has taught Macon about computers

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