Windows only: CCleaner Enhancer updates the popular system cleaning utility with support for cleaning up after 270 more applications, so you can keep your system even more crap free.
Once you've downloaded and started the utility, your CCleaner installation will be updated with support for the extra applications—you'll be prompted to select the folder to install the rules in if you're using a portable version. You'll find the new rules on the Applications tab in CCleaner—readers should note that you won't actually see 270 new rules in the list, since you'll only see rules that actually apply to your system and installed applications.
CCleaner Enhancer is a free download for Windows only. If you're new to CCleaner, make sure to check out how to run CCleaner on a schedule to keep your PC crap-free automatically, or create a shortcut to run CCleaner silently.
Update: Looks like the web site died under the weight of Lifehacker's readers. Here's a mirror copy of the zipped download file.
Update 2: Looks like the application downloads updates from the web site, which is totally dead. Here's a copy of the updated winapp2.ini file from my test machine—you can put the INI file into your CCleaner install folder and the new definitions should show up.
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lundi 9 août 2010
CCleaner Enhancer Makes CCleaner Even Better, Now Cleans 270 New Apps [Downloads]