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  1. Hi all, CCleaner is not clearing the Outlook FIND cache. Specifically, I am referring to the history for the FIND function when searching the Contacts folder in Outlook 2003. Does anyone know where Outlook stores this history? Thanks
  2. Suggestion: When defragging free space, if the "move large files to end of drive" flag is checked, then large files at the end of the drive should be ignored (ie. not moved). It seems that defragging free space then moves the large files from the end of the drive back to the end of the main data block. This is very time consuming and contradicts the flag setting. This results in the large files being moved back to the end of the drive next time a normal/full disk defrag is done. But great work!
  3. Hi - Skype does not appear to make it simple to add entries to the WINAPP2.INI file to clear its history. And despite setting the latest Skype not to retain history - IT DOES retain some history from one session to the next! This history can be deleted manually through the Tools->Options->Privacy "CLEAR HISTORY" and "CLEAR COOKIES" buttons. It would be great if CCLEANER could delete all the extraneous bits of history. (Incidentally, there's another thread on this too: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showto...;show=&st=0) Thanks TNut
  4. I'd like to suggest that CCleaner adds Skype as an application. CCleaner does not appear to clear call and chat history for Skype.
  5. The Windows Movie Maker "Collections" list is not being deleted by CCleaner v2.04.543. The only way to delete the file names is to click the Collections button in Movie Maker, select each file and press the Delete key several times. Adding the following to the winapp2.ini is not a persistent solution in my opinion, and it's complex for non-geeks: [Movie Maker] LangSecRef=3023 Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\MovieMaker Default=True FileKey1=%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Movie Maker|*.col FileKey2=%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Movie Maker|*.dat Can this be added to CCleaner as a permanent item?
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