GoogleClean is a straightforward and practical software application that can prevent Google apps from sending unnecessary personal data to third-party organizations for marketing purposes by optimizing settings.
It features several handy options that should be easy to figure to figure out. The app offers support for Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera ans Saferi.
Before proceeding any further, you should know that you are asked to register (for free) before using GoogleClean. This needs an email address (doesn’t require confirmation).
Manage and eliminate installed Google modules
Installing GoogleClean is a fast task that requires minimal attention. Once launched, the tool asks you to close active browsers in order to optimize their settings based on its own set of predefined configuration. Alternatively, it can ignore running browsers as well as kill browser processes if a browser doesn’t close by itself.
The software utility is designed to detect Google and YouTube tracking cookies, allowing you to remove any one of them via a cookie manager. It can also block Google Analystics, delete Google and YouTube cookies along with Windows Index.dat files, as well as remove the Google Toolbar, Desktop, Earth, Picasa and Updater components. What’s more, it can open an official removal request form for Google Search results, either within the app or in the web browser.
Evaluation and conclusion
GoogleClean worked smoothly in our tests, without triggering the operating system to hang, crash or prompt error messages. It has a good response time and low impact on system performance, using low CPU and RAM.
To sum it up, GoogleClean provides you with some powerful and rather intuitive features for managing various Google components installed on the computer. It requires minimal experience on your behalf.