Clean Space 2017
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With a very self-explicable name, Clean Space helps you recover storage space by removing unused data. Besides, these cleaning operations have a marked impact on preserving your privacy. It can scan most of the places where junk data is usually left behind, including system folders and those of various installed programs, such as Windows Media Player, Skype, Chrome, Firefox, WinRAR, Windows Map and Microsoft Edge.
The program is easy to use. In fact, it automatically launches a scan when you first run it. It does not take long to show you the total amount of space you can recover by cleaning. If you trust Clean Space, you can simply delete whatever supposedly useless data it has found. However, it is a better idea to take a look at the results, which are organized according to the programs that originated them. Then, you can decide whether you want to remove them or not. Regrettably, you will probably notice that some entries are marked “pro”, which means they are not available from the standard version.
Good news is that you can avoid the risks of deleting actually important data. In this regard, you may go to settings and enable automatically creating restore points. Likewise, you can create exclusion lists for those programs you do not want Clean Space to mess with. On the contrary, should you want any data to become permanently irrecoverable, you can enable secure deletion.
All in all, Clean Space certainly helps you get rid of unneeded data and thus recover precious disk space. Although it automatically detects the programs installed on your system, it is a shame that it does not let add custom folders. The product has a standard version, which is free, as well as a professional version offering a few more features.
- Automatically detects the programs installed on your system
- Lets you explore the results and make decisions about them
- Allows creating exclusion lists
- Supports secure deletion
- Can create restore points automatically
- Does not let you add custom folders