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Free CCleaner - Yes and no
If I'm using it for a troubleshooting a friend's PC or something I always recommend they should keep it and pay. I've paid for my personal copies because I think it is such a great program. On the business computers you should see about getting a site license because it is almost always the first tool to use when someone says things are getting slow. If someone doesn't want to pay for it, just uninstall it until you need it the next time. I also love Speccy as a tool, much simpler than CPU-Z and gives me everything I need to know to upgrade a PC with more memory or to go find drivers..