While we work on our computer, Windows creates and deletes many registry entries of its own tasks, or from the applications we use. These automatically created Registry entries by Windows are sometimes left undeleted, and are useless for future use.
CleanAfterMe is a free tool that easily cleans up all the Registry mess that Windows make and leaves it undeleted. This is not all, you can also use this tool to delete your Internet Explorer history, cookies, cache, ‘Recent’ folder, temporary files, event logs and a lot more!
Many times you must have come across files that you may not be able to delete because they were in use or are locked. I have posted a trick in the past, but even if that doesn’t work, you can try this cool app I found.
KillBox is a free tool that lets you delete files that are in-use (currently running) or are locked. It does this by killing the running process of that file and deletes it.