CCleaner has a function under Tools/System Restore that enables me to see if there are excess dated restore files that could be deleted. That's fine, but there needs to be a few other functions in addition to that.
One, there have been times that I should have had a more recent restore file available, but the steps necessary to create one is unwieldy to locate and start. There is no reasonable shortcut available to create a current system restore file. CCleaner should have a button on that screen for the user to immediately create a current restore file. This is long overdue.
Two, I have been through several major Win10 updates that simply erased all of the stored restore files without ever indicating that they had been erased and that there were no restore files available. CCleaner should be able to detect that there are no restore files available and offer to immediately create a current restore file for my protection.
You can't argue with either of these suggestions, so hop on it and get them into the next update!