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HTML Cleaner - FAQ
For why use HTML Cleaner?
There are several reasons, some of them are:
- You will decrease download time for webpages of your website.
This is very important, because some researches show that every
additional second in waiting for rendering of webpage in the
browser, costs you some fraction of your visitors. Even worse, slow
website can completely spoil visitor's impression of your product,
and he/she might never return to it again. For additional
information, please visit this link.
- You will decrease the bandwidth usage of your webserver and so
save some money.
- HTML Cleaner was designed with a goal to make its use as
simple as possible, so you don't have to learn any new things
and/or concepts before using it.
Does HTML Cleaner have any technological
Yes, HTML Cleaner does have some technical limitations. For
example, it cannot currently optimize image, script and stylesheet
content. Further development of HTML Cleaner will be based on
feedback from our users. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org about
which features you would like to see in our program, and we’ll
consider implementing your suggestion. We appreciate all
Does HTML Cleaner require any additional
third-party programs/libraries to be installed?
No, HTML Cleaner does not require any libraries or
third-party programs except for those that come with
MS Windows installation. You are ready to use
HTML Cleaner immediately after installation, without any
I want to transfer all program's settings to
another computer. What should I copy?
The program stores all its settings in several files in the
“HTML Cleaner” subfolder of the %APPDATA% folder. %APPDATA%,
shorthand for Application Data, is the environment variable which
designates a folder where applications are supposed to create
subfolders to store all their settings. HTML Cleaner uses its own
set of settings for every user of the computer. To browse to the
Application Data folder, just type %APPDATA% (with percent signs)
in the Windows Explorer address bar, instead of a regular Windows
filepath, and it will be automatically expanded to the actual
location. On 64-bit systems, HTML Cleaner uses the Application Data
folder intended for 32-bit applications, so the “Roaming” subfolder
will be added to the AppData path. To transfer all program's
settings, just copy the contents of the “%APPDATA%\HTML Cleaner”
folder to the target computer.
Is the program really free to use?
Yes, HTML Cleaner is complete FREEWARE, with no hidden
fees. All functions work without any restrictions for unlimited
time, starting from just after installation. Also you can transfer
the installation package, in its unmodified form, to anyone else.
Our goal in spreading this program free of charge is to make an
advertisement to other our (paid) products: DocToHtml, the batch converter of MS
Word documents to web-ready (X)HTML files, and Word Batch Replacer,
batch search-and-replace tool for MS Word documents.