CyberKiko DeleteMe is a simple-to-use software application that can automatically empty user-defined directories on a regular basis.
It comes packed with an intuitive set of options that can be easily figured out by all kinds of users, regardless of their previous experience with such tools.
Installing CyberKiko DeleteMe takes little time and minimal effort. As far as the interface is concerned, the tool adopts a classical look and intuitive structure, which lets users immediately dive into the configuration options.
At startup, the app automatically detects directories which store temporary files, and offers to add them to a watchlist to regularly empty them. Users may add any location to the monitor list with the help of the tree view.
CyberKiko DeleteMe can be set to include subfolders together with read-only and hidden files in the cleaning process, as well as establish the cleaning frequency (in days). These properties can be edited for existing folders.
Furthermore, the app can automatically run at every Windows startup until further notice, use idle time only to not slow down other active programs, and skip cleaning when the laptop is running on battery. All activity is recorded to log files, which can be later examined.
The app does not put a strain on PC performance, as it runs on low CPU and RAM. It deletes files without issues and worked smoothly in our tests, without causing Windows to hang, crash or pop up error messages. Unfortunately, CyberKiko DeleteMe does not enable users to select the cleaning method (e.g. send to Recycle Bin, shred, move to another folder). Moreover, its interface needs a lot of work.