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  1. Yes it safe to end the process. CCleaner cant clean the cache of firefox or Chrome without those browsers being closed.
  2. Are you logged in as Admin user or just a User account?
  3. Will the new CCleaner still use the "winapp2.ini"?
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    Freeware!

    This is my favorite Freeware Calendar app. Mozilla Sunbird Mozilla Sunbird? is a cross-platform calendar application, built upon Mozilla Toolkit. Our goal is to bring Mozilla-style ease-of-use to your calendar. http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/sunbird/index.html Holiday plugin to Sunbird that inputs all the holidays (ie Christian, jewish, etc..) http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/holidays.html
  5. Because (me the computer savy person) installs program on another users workstation who is not computer savy. They are hesitant to download anything from any website. Auto updating inside the program (as a seperate module) is more functional than forcing the end user to download from the website. Especially like my example where the end user is not too computer savy... Kinda like the way Windows has an option to do autoupdates on end user PC.
  6. Can you make it so the check update is a window in the application rather than opening up the website saying "you have the latest version". I think updates for non techy person would be bettter if it worked like ad-aware definitions (or virus scan updates). Some people who are not really computer people are hestiant to take the extra step and download it from a link from the website.
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