Unstable builds of BleachBit for Windows
These builds are automatically published with a commit to the BleachBit Git repository, so consider them to be alpha releases: less-thoroughly tested and more likely to contain bugs. Yet, they may also contain bug fixes and enhancements not available in the stable releases. All that is to say: use these with caution.
If when installing Windows Defender SmartScreen pops up a message "Windows protected your PC," then click on "More info" to install. (Having trouble with SmartScreen? See this YouTube video.)
If you prefer a stable release, see BleachBit downloads. In either case report bugs to the bug tracker. To find out what is new, see the build history.
Information about the software to make Google Search not label it as malware:
- BleachBit's purpose is to remove junk files, so you can recover disk space and maintain your privacy.
- These are CI builds for testing, so it is impractical to sign them.
- The software does not modify the user's browser, except to delete files that the user requests.
- The software contains no ads, and it does not inject ads.
- The software does not claim the user's system is in a critical security state or infected with viruses.
- The software does not require payment, and there is no way to pay for it.
- The software does not install a root security certificate, and it does not intercept SSL/TLS connections.
- There are no advertisements on this page.
- There are no endorsements on this page.
- If you see any violation of Google's malware guidelines, please report it.