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Panarchy

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  1. The "Now Playing" feature is a Sidebar gadget Thanks though
  2. Hmm If I don't open WMP, then the errors are fixed, however it seems they are recreated whenever I open WMP, which must relate to the extension thus being a problem just with me (and the few hundred/thousand people that regularly use that plugin) *personal exemption*
  3. Suggestions; - Check for Driver updates - Make interface more like CCleaner/Recuva
  4. I do have the "Now Playing" gadget, do you think that's what been affecting my results?
  5. I'm saying that it doesn't/can't permanently fix what it finds. Thus they should be excluded
  6. So that it won't detect things it can't fix
  7. Hi Always when I complete a registry scan (and then fix the issues) I find the following; Please add these as Registry Exclusions (by default) Thanks in advance, Panarchy
  8. I think he didn't deselect the 24 hour fail-safe in the options for %temp% (in CCleaner)
  9. You may be able to add it yourself, I know there is some custom ini feature
  10. Hi The latest version of CCleaner takes far too long for the Index.dat cleaning. I did a little test, unticked Index.dat cleaning, ran the cleaner, ticked Index.dat cleaning once more, and it was fairly speedy. Please fix this in your next version. Thanks in advance, Panarchy PS: I've tested this on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit & Windows 7 64-bit.
  11. YAY! You finally took my suggestion to heart: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=22993
  12. Thanks for the new version Don't add any more features! Otherwise it won't be under 1MB!!!
  13. LOL, yeah. Is what I'm talking about. CCleaner may need to somehow parse [wrapper?] the PST file to do this. Please consider implementing this feature in your next release. Thanks in advance, Panarchy
  14. Hello Another idea... Perhaps adding support for emptying Outlook's Deleted Items folder? Would be particularly useful once the PST file is to large [Outlook freezing all the time] Please consider implementing this in your next release. Thanks in advance, Panarchy
  15. Hehehehe... I've got a minimize to tray extension in Firefox. You should see how many I have in my tray!!!
  16. That could not be possible, as I install the software on a Terminal Server, then run it straight away and it is able to delete the temporary files for ALL USERS. Can CCleaner not be made to do the same? Thanks in advance, Panarchy
  17. Greetings, I've been using CCleaner for years, even before the whole Piriform thing. Great changes BTW, love the pear [and the complete rewrite in C++!!!!] The only thing making us still use Privacy Guardian for our clients, is the software's inability to delete temporary files within our users computers. The Documents & Settings etc. are all mapped to non-standard directories, so I don't know how Privacy Guardian succeeds in its deletion of those file, all I know is that it does. In your next CCleaner release, please add support for this. Thanks in advance, Panarc
  18. Indeed it does! And that's who I am!!! BTW: The icon is a little blurry as is anyway... Also, I use CCleaner [sometimes] more than 4-5 times a day! Panarchy
  19. No, it's definitely different. Darker, more depth & detail. Comparison [have both installed, since I beta tested!] Definitely worth changing the icon in the next release! Panarchy
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