Cleaning the system of junk files is a thing we all have to do in order to squeeze every last drop of performance out of Windows, so Quick Clean may sound like a very appealing tool.
It's worth mentioning from the very beginning that this isn't at all an application aimed at professional users and the built-in tools perfectly proves you this.
The minimal interface lets you either run the disk cleanup utility or “Clean More Junk Files”, with each feature aimed at different formats of unnecessary data.
You don't need to be a computer guru to use this program because it only asks you to choose the drive to scan, while it then takes care of everything. The “Clean more junk files” takes care of some special formats, including TMP, TEMP, CHK, FTG, DIZ, CNT and others.
However, it's very important to know that Quick Clean doesn't remove formats such as BAK, LOG, PF or THUMBS.DB, so other software solutions are needed if you want to get rid of these items.
On the good side, the cleaning process is fast and doesn't affect system performance, but administrator privileges are required on Windows 7 workstations.
All things considered, this is one basic piece of software that performs only a minimal cleaning task. Obviously, advanced users are the ones that may be disappointed because it doesn't even allow you to select the areas to clean or the items to be removed.
A help file is missing completely, but chances are that you don't even need one since everything's so simple.