Temp File Cleaner
Removing an application most of the times leaves behind residue files that after some time can affect the overall performance of your computer. Luckily, there are various applications that can be used to have so-called junk files removed. Temp File Cleaner is one of them and promises to make your computer as good as new.
Make the interface suit your style
Running it brings up a rather decent interface with nothing out of the ordinary. Truth be told, you need some time to get acquainted with button arrangement and functionality. However, you can choose to modify the color theme to make it suit your style.
Choose cleaning operations to be performed
On the feature side, the application comes equipped with only what the name suggests. An upper toolbar is home to major features, requiring you to select either a whole drive to be cleaned or choose custom components.
A large variety of target locations
Most web browsers used nowadays can be selected for the cleaning process along with system related options. All of them can be chosen, each with custom settings such as user temp, root temp, recycle bin, logs, memory dumps, prefetch, cookies, downloads history, cache and several others.
View and save post-process info
There are two processes that can be put in motion, analyze and execute. However, the overall design is pretty poor, leaving you confused most of the times with post-process info difficult to detect. You get access to a log, but you must access it manually to view result and there is nothing to inform you when the task is completed.
The log can be sent to file in case circumstances require it. Additionally, you can set the application to auto analyze your hard disk drive on startup, which is the only available scheduling possibility.
All in all, Temp File Cleaner doesn't fully live up to expectations, but seeing how it is constantly being updated, there is still room for improvement. It may not be the best of its kind but manages to get available tasks done well, even though it might get you confused along the way.