CleanSpace is powerful professional level software designed to completely rid your computer of all your electronic digital garbage and protect your online privacy. "Improving computer performance is one of the primary goals of our program," say its creators. Having used the professional version for the last month or so, we have no reason to doubt that statement.
The more you use your computer the more random garbage your computer collects. Your computer's garbage includes a lot of objects like cache, temporary files of various programs, internet cookie files, internet browsing history, logs, index.dat files, registry entries, and even Windows itself. Typically, these objects are scattered throughout your computer, more often than not, hidden system folders.
Over the years, this can clog up your system and slow Windows right down to a crawl, and wasting gigabytes of precious disk space in the process.
CleanSpace can safely and easily get rid of all that above junk with just a click of a button, enabling your Windows and all your other programs to run more efficiently. CleanSpace also makes sure that nobody will ever be able to track your past on-line activity. CleanSpace claims that all the deleted data is completely unrecoverable, so physically at least, your computer will stay secure, even if it gets hacked.
CleanSpace also does a really good job or removing all the browser cookies that websites use to track you online, which is nice.
According CleanSpace, once it's through with your machine, even special magnets and the FBI would not be able to restore deleted data.
The interface for CleanSpace is sleek, modern and user friendly. Installation is simple, and using the software is straightforward and easy to master. But you don't have to take our word for it. CleanSpace has received multiple industry awards, and is highly rated among security bloggers.
Overall, if you are looking to keep your history your history and not anyone elses, and clean up all the junk and unnecessary files on your computer, you could do a lot worse than CleanSpace.