How is the Health Calculated:
CCleaner Network analyses all your endpoints and gives them a score indicating how clean or defragged they are. 100% indicates perfect health, whereas 0% shows that the host really needs attention.
Note: 100% health does not mean that there can't be hardware faults or other issues with the endpoint - but it does indicate that it doesn't need to be cleaned or defragged.
There are health scores for each network as well as for each group.
The Health scores are an average of all the Clean and Defrag scores for the hosts in the current network or group. For example, if you had a CCleaner score of 60% and a Defraggler score of 50%, your Health would be 55%. This health is then averaged over all the other hosts in the group to give you the Group health.
Note: Endpoints with solid-state drives will typically have a lower overall health than endpoints with conventional hard drives due to the fact because of the fact that they should not be defragged and are often set to cause fragmentation as part of their operation.
Viewing the health score for an Endpoint, Group, or Network:
- In the Network Tree, select the endpoint, group, or network name.
- The Endpoint, Group, or Network health is visible in the right pane. If you use CCleaner Network Professional, the Defrag score will also be available.
- To update the Endpoint, Group, or Network health, select Audit host, Audit group, or Audit network, as needed.