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  1. - "Stephen CCleaner" wrote on the "Wilders Security" forum: "Farewell to Windows XP & Vista ( ; _ ; ) - Version 5.64.7577 is the final planned build for Windows XP and Vista - This version will only receive critical security updates - Read our help article for further information and assistance" (Source: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/ccleaner-v5.370654/page-53#post-2899082 ) - Does this mean that future CCleaner versions will see: 1) the support for Windows XP & Vista removed ? 2) or that future versions don't get any updates for XP & Vista anymore and that the user has to make do with the existing Win XP & Vista support in CCleaner ?
  2. - I know the developers are still working on improving IMAP. It works but IMAP still needs more refinements.
  3. - YouTube alway was streaming perfectly in IE 11. Never had any problems. But I don't have an "entry level" laptop. Memory usage was also never a problem because I have still CLEANMEM running.
  4. - People who (regularly) visit the website YouTube with the Internet Explorer (e.g. version 11) browser (like me) will see a banner that says that Youtube is going to end support for Internet Explorer in the ((very) near ??) future. (They didn't mention a date when this support will be ended.) Those people are encourged to upgrade to Edge, Opera, Chrome or Firefox. (Not to other browsers ??).
  5. - I still have to make the jump from from Windows 7 to Windows 10. One reason is that I haven't yet found GOOD alternatives for a number of programs / plugins I use in combination with Internet Explorer 11 and that don't seem to be available for (GOOGLE) Chrome. So, I have to switch back and forth between IE 11 and Chrome which is a REAL "pain in the a**". - Does Windows 10 still contain Internet Explorer (e.g. version 11) ? And does IE 11 there still receive (security) updates ? The info on this topic out on the internet is (very) confusing. - Can someone recommend a good download manager for Chrome ? I would like to have program that can download mutiple files in one run. Sometimes a webpage contains mutiple e.g. *.mp3 files. I would like to see that the download manager "grabs & download" all those .mp3 files on that page in one run. - Is there a program / plugin (for Chrome) that allows me to "grab & download" videos from e.g. YouTube. I usually download videos with a plugin from RealPlayer and watch the video at a later date. There are also videos available I want to keep for a longer time. But YouTube now displays a message that it won't support Internet Explorer 11 anymore in the (near ??) future.
  6. - You also could try if a "Registry Cleaner" (e.g. In CCleaner) would be able to remove those obsolete registry entries. - Or try a registry cleaner that is (a bit) more aggressive than CCleaner. I can recommend Eusing's . I have used it for years and found that using it had no adverse effects. http://www.eusing.com/free_registry_cleaner/registry_cleaner.htm
  7. - Still using Win 7 but had no problems. - Or is this related to the latest "Preview Rollup update" that was released yesterday (february 7, 2020) ? This update carried the date "2020-01" (= january 2020) in the title. I thought support for Win 7 had ended last month (january 2020).
  8. - It's usually a sign that the un-install program didn't remove all files and/or all registry entries that were listed in the Winapp2.ini file. - You have to clean those entries yourself from the appropriate folder on disk. - And / Or (if you're confident enough to use a registry editor like REGEDIT) remove manually those entries from the registry. The file winapp2.ini will show you what to look for and for what program.
  9. - That's an advertisement and can't be removed in the Free version of OEC. If you buy the PRO version that advertisement isn't there any more. But the PRO version has some more extra features. See the website of OEC for all the details.
  10. - Another odd thing Defraggler. Somehow the program thinks that one file ("Verezonden Items.mbx") has ZERO fragments. Any other file has 1 fragment or more but this one has "0" fragments. See also the picture in the attachment.
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    - I still think that a SPECCY weblink should contain a date (e.g. month & year) as well. That would allow all weblinks / Speccy specifications older than say 5 years (or any other amount of years) to be automatically removed. This is based on the assumption that users buy a new computer system or modify / upgrade their system every now and then. That would make that older Speccy data useless.
  12. - When using the "Defrag Freespace" the program moves files from selected files to the beginning of the drive. But it seems the program doesn't do its job that well. The program then also moves files to the beginning of the locigal drive from folders that were excluded. - I see that e.g. happening with video files that I Always keep at the end of the (logical) drive as much as possible. I then have to (manually) move those files towards the end of the drive (again). - My guess is that somehow the internal variables are not well enough "protected".
  13. - I still have a laptop that runs on XP. And this browser could make me decide to start using that laptop again.
  14. - The combination of System Restore and Defraggler is Always a cumbersome one. This is known to slow down the defragmentation process. - Reduce the amount of disk space that can be used by System Restore. If that's at say 60% of total disk space then reduce that to e.g. 30% or whatever size/percentage you like best. - Run Antibody's WIZTREE. It will tell you what the size is of that folder called "System Volume Information". Give us that number. - Turn off "System Restore", restart your system and turn "System Restore" back on (if you want to). That should help to free up that used space.
  15. - I agree, the pace of introducing new features like making the OEC the default email client program, is not very high. E.g. it took the developers a long time to add support for IMAP. But I know that OEC has only a small amount of developers at hand. - When it comes to introducing new features (like IMAP) it's the users who use the "paid for" version who determine on what is added to the program. The more people ask for one feature the more likely it will be that that one feature will be added in a new version.
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