- Jul 30, 2004
Qbittorent is what I switched to.
Crap Cleaner is bloated these days, does it have any use anymore? I generally stopped using it a while ago.
CCleaner is still a good all-in-one tool for killing off autostarts (not just disabling, but fully deleting them), cleaning out old registry entries, managing browser plugins, purging scheduled tasks, and purging temporary/unnecessary files. The CC uninstaller allows you to get rid of certain Windows built-in UWP apps you normally have to Powershell away, too. It doesn't do anything that you can't do with other tools, but it combines quite a few useful functions into one program. As long as you disable the "smart" functionality it works basically just like it used to. It has definitely become bloated with stuff nobody wants/needs, although the program at least kept a small footprint and ensures you can ignore that stuff if you want.