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CCleaner 5.29 Released with Windows 10 Creators Update
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New version of the application now available for download
Apr 18, 2017 11:30 GMT  ·  By Bogdan Popa ·  Share:      
CCleaner has always been one of the top secure cleaning applications, and it’s no surprise that it still has so many users these days despite all the improvements that have been made to Windows and which threatened to make such software obsolete.

Every single update released for CCleaner brought more enhancements and new features, and today, version 5.29 goes live with support for the Windows 10 Creators Update.

Unofficially, CCleaner was already running pretty smoothly on systems updated to the Windows 10 Creators Update, but starting with this version, everything should run correctly because the app has been specifically optimized for this OS version.

Additionally, this new update includes updated Edge history and session cleaning, as well as Internet Explorer 10 and 11 cache cleaning. This means that if you’re already on Windows 10 and sticking with Microsoft’s browsers, no matter if you pick Edge or go back to Internet Explorer, the previous default, CCleaner has improvements in both cases.

Support for all Windows versions
CCleaner 5.29 also introduces a new scheduling option for the professional version (note that this one is not available free of charge, but with a fee), as well as updated Firefox history and cache cleaning. Mozilla Firefox is currently the world’s second most popular browser on the desktop, so this improvement should definitely come in handy to lots of users.

And last but not least, there are other GUI improvements, bug fixes, and updates for various languages, so CCleaner 5.29 is overall a very important update for Windows users.

If you want to get all of these on your system as well, just download CCleaner for Softpedia right now and install it on your PC. The app still supports the majority of Windows versions out there, so even if you haven’t already installed the Windows 10 Creators Update (or a previous Windows 10 version), there’s something for everyone in there to help keep computers in tip-top shape.
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