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FREE Zappit™ System Cleaner by Cloudeight
Works with Widows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 (32 and 64bit)

The Safe, Fun, Easy Way To Clean Your Computer
Powerful enough for advanced users too!


Zappit System Cleaner is FREE -- Download NOW


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1.  I can't get the automatic cleanup to work. When I type in my username it says it's not valid. What's wrong?

2.  I ran Zappit for the first time and after five minutes nothing happened. Why did it stop working?

3.  Does "Advanced Mode" remove files that will harm my Windows system if I remove them?

4.  Why would I want to keep my cookies? I thought all cookies were bad to keep.

5.  I cannot read part of the Zappit window.

6.  What is a File Mask?

7.  How do I uninstall Zappit?

8.  Some of my Favorites have cute little icons but after running Zappit, they are gone and replaced by a regular icon. What happened?

9.  I want to save some of my cookies so I don't have to log in to some sites all the time; can Zappit be set up this way?

10.  It appears to have removed my passwords; how can I prevent this?

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Question #1 -  I can't get the automatic cleanup to work. When I type in my username it says it's not valid. What's wrong?

If you're the only use on a Windows XP computer then Windows refers to you as 'Owner'. If it says 'Owner' in the username field - DO NOT CHANGE IT regardless of the name you use to logon to Windows. Zappit uses Windows Task Scheduler and the user name comes from your own Windows registry.

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Question #2 - I ran Zappit for the first time and after five minutes nothing happened. Why did it stop working?

If you are running Zappit for the first time, and have never cleaned your Windows system before, you may be in for a surprise. You may have gigabytes of junk files on your computer and it may take Zappit up to half an hour to give your system a thorough cleaning the first time you run it. You can do other tasks while Zappit is running, so let it finish. After the first time, if you run Zappit regularly, it will take Zappit only a few minutes or even a few moments  to completely clean your system. We suggest that you run Zappit every day.

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Question # 3 - Does "Advanced Mode" remove files that will harm my Windows system if I remove them?

No. Advanced Mode does not, by default, remove any important files. However, Advanced Mode does give you the option to include any folder for cleaning. So, if you choose a folder that contains important files, Zappit will remove them. So, if you're not sure, use the Safe Mode. If you're an advanced user you will find the Advanced Mode excellent for removing temp folders that belong to specific programs that are not normally cleaned by cleaner-type programs. Just be sure whatever folders you select don't contain important files. In any case, Zappit, by default, will create a Restore Point (Windows XP only) just in case you make a mistake.

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Question #4 - Why would I want to keep my cookies? I thought all cookies were bad to keep.

Cookies have earned an undeserved bad reputation. Some cookies can actually save you a lot of work. Let's say you have personalized your MSN Hotmail start page. You have selected your own city for Weather and your favorite colors, etc. This information is stored in a cookie (a tiny text file) which MSN Hotmail downloads to your hard drive. If you remove that particular cookie, you'll have to reset your preferences the next time you login to you MSN Hotmail page. Generally, though, cookies accumulate and some cookies can track you from page to page on the same site or groups of similar sites owned by the same company or co-operating companies. Generally you'll want to clear all cookies except in cases as shown above. Then you will only want to protect a single cookie and clean the rest.

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Question #5 -  I cannot read part of the Zappit window.

In cases where you have set your screen resolution to an unconventional size then you need to position the Zappit Window in the center of your screen. To move the Zappit window, right click anywhere on the very top edge of it. Your cursor turns into a cross. Grab the top edge with your cursor and center it on your screen. Conventional resolutions for monitors are: 800 x 600 pixels for 15 inch monitors and 1024 x 768 for 17 inch and 19 inch monitors.

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Question #6 - What is a File Mask?

File masks allow you to specify certain file types you want Zappit to remove. For instance, if you want Zappit to remove all Windows Prefetch files, you would create a file mask for the file extension .pf (Windows Prefetch file). When adding a file mask use the qualifying asterisk in front of the file extension (for example *.pf) so that all files with the extension .pf are remove regardless of the prefix. Zappit's File Mask feature is available only in Advanced Mode and is a feature advanced users will love.
 

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7.  How do I uninstall Zappit?

You can uninstall by either 1) Go to your Start Menu, Click Programs, and you will see Zappit on the list. Click the Zappit folder and choose "Uninstall Zappit", or 2) Go to Start Menu, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs. Find Zappit in the list, choose Uninstall. (Note: If you purchase Zappit, you do not need to uninstall the Trail. You will receive a registration key that will convert your trial to a full version.)

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8.  Some of my Favorites have cute little icons but after running Zappit, they are gone and replaced by
     a regular icon. What happened
?

Colorful icons are "temp files" called favicons which are stored on the computer as "links" not images. Once you clean your temp files out you clean these "links" out and all the "images" disappear; the page itself is not removed, just the colorful icon.  When you revisit those same sites you will once again have the images representing the icons. Having colorful "links to icons" is not a good reason to leave junk files on your computer. Junk files can and do effect system performance and can degrade your computers speed and other functions. Keeping your computer clean by removing temporary files and other junk files is a very important first step in good computer maintenance and having text links to "colorful icons" important enough to allow junk and temporary files to continue to build up on your computer.

For those of you who just love those colorful icons, you can set your own up so they do not store as a temp file. Follow our short tutorial on how to make Cloudie icon show up for your Members Page link and just use the same technique for other favorites you want to make a special icon for.  If you follow the tutorial you will be able to keep your system clean while still having colorful icons representing different Web sites. Click here to view our Cloudie icon tutorial. 

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9.  I want to save some of my cookies so I don't have to log in to some sites all the time; can Zappit be set up this way?

Zappit gives you the option to "save" cookies that you want to keep, such as preference cookies. Zappit's Cookies Dialog allows you to check the box next cookies that you do not want Zappit to remove. Cookies that are not selected by the user are removed by Zappit. Click here for more information about the Cookies Selection Dialog.

 

10.  It appears to have removed my passwords; how can I prevent this?

Zappit does not remove passwords from programs but it does remove Auto-Complete in your browser. If you have passwords in your browser, and you do not want to keep them private, click Advanced and uncheck "remove auto-complete" under Internet Explorer.

Zappit™ System Cleaner by Cloudeight
We Do Windows!

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General Cleanup Features

  • Safe Mode Cleaner: Deletes only "safe to remove" files, folders and settings such as cookies, temp files, recycle bin and more. Perfect for the beginner or intermediate user!  Just click "Start Cleanup" in Safe Mode, and Zappit will automatically clean!

  • Advanced Mode: Gives you full access to cleanup options and can remove a wider range of files, folders, and settings.  Cleans Windows Tracks such as clipboard data, temp folders, recent documents list, search history, run history and more!  Cleans Internet Tracks from Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox! Address bar history, cookies, offline web pages, and more options to choose from!  Cleans Program Files and even allows you to add custom tasks!

  • Set it and Forget it: Use the Schedule Wizard to perform system cleanup automatically. Set the time you want this done, and the tasks and features you want to use!

  • Increase your privacy by erasing your Internet tracks!


More then just a cleaner, Zappit offers many Bonus Features!

  • Sort your Favorites automatically or manually

  • Sort your Windows Start Menu alphabetically. Even sorts sub-folders in the start menu.

  • Control the programs that start up with windows using the Zappit Startup Manager

  • Removes junk, temporary, and other useless files that can clog up and slow down your computer

  • Fun, fast, and easy to use - Beginners will find it a snap to use. Advanced users will find Zappit's advanced setting provide powerful, customizable, program controls.

  • As with all Cloudeight software: There is no adware, spyware, browser/home page hijackers, or other programs installed when you download and install Zappit. You get Zappit - period! We guarantee Zappit is safe and effective.


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System Requirements: Zappit is compatible with Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP or SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit). You must have at least 64 Mb of RAM installed for Windows 98/2000/ME/NT. If using Windows XP we do recommend at least 128MB  of RAM (256 is HIGHLY SUGGESTED);  Windows Vista / Windows 7 require a minimum of 512MB of RAM. Zappit is copyright ©2005-2011 by Cloudeight Internet LLC (all rights reserved). Zappit™ is a trademark of Cloudeight Internet LLC.

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