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  1. I stumbled upon the fix. I opened up IE, Tools>Internet Options>Advanced tab. Under browsing, I checked 'Enable Suggested Sites'. The entry is now gone from ccleaner. Thanks for your interest and help.
  2. I double-clicked on the IE Temporary Internet Files, 5.121 KB, that keeps appearing, and that is where I got the path information. You hit the nail on the head, "so not sure how it's getting found in the first place" - me neither. Not a big deal, apparently no such file exists, but it is intriguing.
  3. I checked the location of the files that are/are not being deleted - C:\Users\XXXXX\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\Low\SuggestedSites.dat When I follow this path I get to Windows but no INetCache folder. This tells me the folder is indeed being deleted, but why does it keep reappearing in ccleaner? A ccleaner bug perhaps?
  4. Thanks for the response. Windows 10, 64-bit Pro, Anniv. edition. I tried it in Safe Mode, same result.
  5. If this has already been discussed, I apologize. Recently, when I run ccleaner it shows deleting Internet Explorer Temporary Internet Files, 5,121 KB. It keeps reappearing after deletion like something is looping. I have unchecked everything I could find in IE, even tried turning it off, but to no avail. Has anyone else seen this?
  6. I'm sure this has been documented to death, but I am growing weary of waiting on ccleaner to SKIP MS Edge while I impatiently tap my fingers. I have disabled Edge, and this still goes on. Come on, Piriform, Win10 has been out for two months. Let's fix this.
  7. I don't use ESENT, I use Norton Internet Security.
  8. If this has been addressed before, I apologize. Whenever I run ccleaner (current version on Windows10 Pro 64-bit) I get multiple errors showing up in the Event Viewer. Source is shown as ESENT, and they all say basically "ccleaner tried to access XXXXXXXXX file and error occurred or was unsuccessful". I never saw this before using Windows 7, was wondering if anyone else has seen it?
  9. I'm running 3.21. Yes, I understand I can disable the Font Cache option, I was just curious as to why such a large cache was showing up for removal.
  10. Recently, perhaps with the latest or next-to-latest version of ccleaner, I have noticed that every 3rd or 4th time I run ccleaner it dumps the system font cache which is rather large, usually 42-46 MB. I have not noticed any problems connected with this. I've never noticed this before. I rarely do anything with fonts, other than read them. Can anyone shed any light on this? Windows 7, 64-bit, primary browser Firefox, Thunderbird for email Thanks.
  11. I am running Vista Ultimate (SP1) on a self-built PC. I am using the newest version of CCleaner, but I first noticed this happening a couple of versions ago, sorry I can't be more specific. My browser is Firefox 3, and I always close everything before cleaning. I only use IE7 for Windows Updates. This doesn't occur every time, just occasionally. I run the cleaner usually after I close my browser. The last time I ran it (this morning), analysis showed 27.72 KB, and the cleaner was the same. I have FF set to delete temp files, cookies, etc. when I close the browser. I'm not having problems of any kind, someone just addressed it on our forum, and several others chimed in and said they had noticed the same thing. If this is not enough info, let me know.
  12. Thanks, I'll try it.
  13. I'm sure this question has been addressed before, but I looked through the topics and could not find an answer. I belong to another forum group, and a lot of us use CCleaner and love it. Several of us have noticed that beginning at least one version ago, the cleaner will clean more than the analysis shows. For example, sometimes on my desktop (Vista), the analysis will show 1.03 MB to be cleaned. I run the cleaner, and it shows 17.0 MB removed. This is also occurring on the newest version. Could someone please explain?
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