If you have an average amount of computer knowledge, the Win Cleaner isn't going to be for you. Using your general knowledge, you should be able to do 50% to 75% of everything the Win Cleaner does. However, if you have absolutely no idea how computers work or if you are the resident techie for your family, the Win Cleaner may just be a time saver for you.
Basically, the Win Cleaner will remove temporary and junk files, broken shortcuts, other internet clutter, bring up privacy concerns to you, point out invalid registry items, and clean out your recycling bin. Again these are all things you could do yourself, but if you don't have the knowledge or patience to find these things, the Win Cleaner might just be the product for you. The purchase of each USB stick will provide these cleaning services to a single computer for one year. After that you must pay a yearly subscription fee for the continued usage of Win Cleaner. Is it worth the price of admission? Some will say yes, many will say no. I'm of the opinion that it depends how much computer knowledge you have. Nevertheless, it does everything it says it will do. I wouldn't say it works as advertised because the commercial associated with this product is hilariously awful.
Take a quick peak.
The Offical Win Cleaner Commercial
This video received A LOT of comments on Taylor Gift's YouTube page. I decided to try this product out for myself at home on my computer. The entire process of cleaning my computer took a little time, so the video does not occur in real time or it would be over an hour long. I cut out a lot of footage of the computer just processing the changes.
Strangely enough, this video has become one of my most viewed on my channel. It has received the most thumbs up as well as the most thumbs down. I think it does a mighty fine job at showing what this USB stick actually does.