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misterfix
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Date Posted:12/22/2015 10:49 PMCopy HTML

Is bleach bit the equivalent of ccleaner?
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Re:cleaaners

Date Posted:12/23/2015 1:14 PMCopy HTML

I see no differences between the two for Windows system, but Bleach Bit was originally written and released for Linux systems and still supports Linux systems...I would not use it on a Windows system... 
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Date Posted:12/23/2015 7:07 PMCopy HTML

Thanks for answering.  I'm trying to rescue an Asus netbook.  I think it has an outdated version of Ubuntu on it, and I am trying several things on it.  
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