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  1. Hello mtartini, welcome to the forum. Unfortunately you can't get back the cookies that were deleted. If you use CCleaner on her computer in the future, move the cookies you want to save over to the keep side before cleaning. Options > Cookies Or just clear the cookies box for whatever browser she uses. Some cookies are saved as flash cookies, so you may want to clear the box for Adobe Flash Player. Cleaner > Applications > Multi Media > Adobe Flash Player Good Luck
  2. You can create a shortcut. I made mine by right clicking on the desktop > New > Shortcut. Copy and Paste in location: "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe" /AUTO Name it CCleaner Auto. CCleaner will run flashing in the tray. I close my browser and all running apps. (excluding firewall, antivirus...) then I let CCleaner do its job before resuming any work.
  3. I hope everyone had a blast watching the New Year roll in. May the New Year bring happiness and prosperity to everyone.
  4. I like the idea of McAfee's SiteAdviser, but I don't really want to install it. So I just check sites when I feel the need to. http://www.siteadvisor.com/analysis/
  5. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night. Nice tree LuLu, it sparkles like your pretty blue eyes.
  6. Hi Henri, and welcome to the forum. Yes, disabling UAC is a bad idea. This is normal for a program that needs elevated privileges. The only way I know of is to start CCleaner and then minimize it to System Tray. Options > Advanced > Minimize to System Tray. You will need to open CCleaner and minimize it to the tray after each restart of Computer. If you don't use CCleaner that often, UAC may be the way to go so you aren't running an idle process.
  7. Jamin4u

    new user

    Hey Superman, Leave the Cleaner > Windows > Advanced section alone for now. Have a look at the CCleaner guide to familiarize yourself with the program. (See the link below) We will be here if you have any more questions.
  8. I can't comment on them because I've never looked at them. If you want more opinions you can read the pinned items under Important Topics at this link. http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showforum=11 Good Luck
  9. All Freeware Online Armor > Firewall http://majorgeeks.com/Online_Armor_Free_d4872.html Avast > Anti-Virus with Anti-Spyware (Real Time) http://majorgeeks.com/Avast_Home_Edition_d1968.html Anti-Vir > Anti Virus (Real Time) http://majorgeeks.com/Avira_AntiVir_Person...virus_d955.html Only use one Anti Virus (Real Time) at the same time. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Scanner) http://www.malwarebytes.org/
  10. Are you going to try the Norton Removal Tool?
  11. If you already uninstalled the program using Windows, could you explain what you are trying to do? I'm sure there is much leftover on your machine. You can try re-installing and then running the Norton Removal tool. I don't think you can run the tool, if you already ran the Norton program uninstaller through Windows. Since Norton was installed on your computer when you bought it, you may not be able to install it again without a key for the program. Update: You may be able to run the Norton Removal Tool even after you already uninstalled it. You don't need the key if
  12. You could try Revo Uninstaller. http://www.revouninstaller.com/
  13. It should show it in "All Programs". Click the start button > all programs > look for Norton.
  14. Hi Wagner, welcome to the forum. I used this one year ago and it did a good job of removing Norton. http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/tsgen...005033108162039
  15. I'd rather be on the sailboat off to the left.
  16. I hope the information you provided will assist others in helping you. There are some very smart people here on the forum. Stick around, this is a great place to be helped, and to help others.
  17. I'm going to add some comments and questions to your post. If you look in All Programs > Startup, is that where all the items are listed? Please post your comments and answers and I'm sure someone will jump in to try and help you.
  18. Hi Cymrubeats, welcome to piriform forums. Is this a change in CCleaner, or has it always shown this many startup items even with SP1? What does startup show in msconfig? Also, there is a new version of CCleaner. It may help if you do a clean installation of the new version. http://www.CCleaner.com/download/builds
  19. Jamin4u

    Recuva v1.21

    Thank you for this excellent product. Confirmed fixed in XP and Vista.
  20. Hi john7, and a Happy Thanksgiving welcome to the forum. Go to Cleaner > Applications > and look for Google Toolbar and clear the checkbox. I don't use the toolbar, but I think this will do it. Take a look at the CCleaner Guide. (See the link below) If you have any more questions, we will be here.
  21. This seems like a good idea. I have a few questions. 1. Firefox 2 or 3 2. MVPS Host File yes or no, and will it protect all browsers? 3. Will any of this have a conflict with IE7 or Spywareblaster? I have been free of nasties using IE7 with IE-SPYAD, the Active X and cookie protection of Spywareblaster. Since IE-SPYAD is not updating, I need to make the switch. Thanks
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