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| AVG Clear v19.6.4546.0
AVG Clear v19.6.4546.04 AVG Clear deletes all files associated with your AVG product, including registry items, installation files, and user files. Only use this if your AVG uninstall or repair has failed repeatedly. Click here to visit the author's website.
|748||Aug 09, 2019
| Clear and reset Print Spooler
Clear and reset Print Spooler A simple batch file that will clear and reset the Print Spooler in Windows. Click here to visit the author's website.
|1,980||Dec 01, 2018
| Clear Disk Info v126.96.36.199
Clear Disk Info v188.8.131.52 Clear Disk Info is a free software program that provides a clear view of health related information about connected storage devices. Keeping an eye on storage devices is essential when you work with computer systems. A storage device failure could lead to data loss or corruption of system files that prevent certain functionality or the system from booting at all. This tools supports S.M.A.R.T. monitoring, NVMe health log and USB connected devices. Unlike most tools of the same kind, Clear Disk Info displays the information in a human readable, user friendly way. Application interface Even though it is not visible in the picture below, the right pane list has a fourth column showing a description of each item. The list of disks is displayed in the left pane, where you can have a quick insight on the health and statistics from all your disks. The right pane contains information on the selected disk. The first disk (disk 0) is selected by default. To view information about a different disk, just select it in the left pane. Whenever you need more options, press the menu button at the top right side of the UI. Overview of Clear Disk Info Clear Disk Info is a storage device diagnosis utility. It displays some basic information about the selected disk, and also S.M.A.R.T./health information. Clear Disk Info supports hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and also the most recent NVMe SSDs. The main reason why we created Clear Disk Info is that most existing tools of this kind display the S.M.A.R.T. attributes in a raw way, and in order for us to understand them we have to go digging over the internet. And even after that, in most cases we're not sure if the relevant data is the Raw Value or the Current value, ...
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