- CCleaner Network
- Endpoint Health
- Cleaning Files
- Cleaning the Registry
- Using Tools
- Using Defraggler (CCleaner Network Professional)
- Changing What the Cleaner Cleans
- Typical Management Tasks
- Adding Custom Programs to Be Cleaned
- Configuring the Management Service
Auditing A Network, Group, or Endpoint
Before you clean (or defragment) a Network, Group, or Endpoint, we recommend that you run an audit (or analysis) to determine their health. This allows you to prioritize the actions you are going to carry out.
Auditing a Network, Group, or Endpoint
- In the Network Tree, right-click the Network, Group, or Endpoint.
- Point to CCleaner, and then select Analyze.
- If you are analyzing a Network or Group, CCleaner Network will display a confirmation dialog box, since the process can take some time. Select OK.
The clean score for Networks, Groups, and Endpoints can be found in the Health section of the right pane. If you have CCleaner Network Professional (which includes Defraggler), there will also be a number for fragmentation.