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About matkay521225

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  1. I agree, this would be handy, but should not be automated. Present a list with a BIG warning and allow the user to perform the removal.
  2. I agree, being able to manually select the drive to be cleaned would be very usefull. For instance, running from a Bart PE disc or a UBCD4Win disc would cause CCleaner to "clean" the B: drive which is the RAM drive while booted from the CD-ROM. I would greatly appreciate this option in an ini or command line option.
  3. That is exactly what I'm trying to do. CCleaner's hard drive cleanup is very easy to use, reliable, and the best free tool I've found for that purpose. Running this before your virus scans can save a lot of time. I get system after system that are riddled with viruses and malware. My typical process is to use BartPE, manually clean temporary files or use ezpc fix which works "ok", update all virus definitions, and then scan using the tools available in BartPE. CCleaner is just a much better tool for my needs, especially since I can designate custom folders and save settings into an ini fi
  4. I know there are a lot of smart people out there..... Any ideas?
  5. I'm a big fan of CCleaner and UBCD4Win. They are two of the best free projects on the web. When using CCleaner (v2.10) on the UBCD it scans the Ram Drive / B: drive. After examining the embedded ini files it appears that CCleaner uses Windows system variables such as %windir% to determine the Windows folder. I do this a lot myself when writting scripts and programs. My problem is when booted into the UBCD / WinPE environment the %windir% points to the CD-ROM X: which is not what I need CCleaner to clean. Is there any way around this? Can I simply hard code the embeded ini's to do what I
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