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mvmarinello
Posted: September 2nd, 2010, 4:01am Report to Moderator
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My question regarding A1 cleaner is; What's the difference between the "Clean tracks" mode & the "A1 cleaner" mode? Should I routinely use each process? I got the impression when using one of the functions that it overlaps & is cleaning what's in the other mode also. Does that make sense? Is it 2 different processes?
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   I would recommend just using the Clean PC mode.
   Remove Tracks removes things that show what you did previously on your computer.  This is only necessary if people use your computer that are snoopy and you don't want them to know what you have been doing.  I don't recommend using it because it may remove some things that you don't want removed or make things on your computer more inconvenient.
   Clean PC and Remove Tracks do overlap in a few areas but they are two different processes.
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Posted: September 2nd, 2010, 4:29pm Report to Moderator
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Thank you very much.
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