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  1. You don't have to add extra FileKeys with %ProgramFiles(x86)% When CCleaner detects 64bit it points %ProgramFiles% to the right direction (in this case C:\ProgramFiles(x86)\) It's just like %LocalAppData%, CCleaner will automatically point it to %userprofile%\local settings\application data\ on Windows XP.
  2. You should remove SRWare Iron as it now has official support.
  3. Here you go. Enjoy! [Chrome Canary - Cache] Section=Chrome Canary LangRef=Cache DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome SxS\Application\chrome.exe Default=True FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome SxS\User Data\Default\Cache|*.* [Chrome Canary - Cookies] Section=Chrome Canary LangRef=Cookies DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome SxS\Application\chrome.exe Default=True FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome SxS\User Data\Default|Cookies [Chrome Canary - History] Section=Chrome Canary LangRef=History DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome SxS\Application\chrome.exe Default=True File
  4. No need to modify anything!!! CCleaner already knows where %LOCALAPPDATA% is (on all Windows versions, including XP).
  5. Did you do a default install or a custom install? I ask because I just did a default install on my Windows XP and it installed to the Program Files folder, and I want to know if ChromePlus installs to a different folder on Vista or if it was just you. Try this other one and let me know. [ChromePlus - Cache] Section=ChromePlus LangRef=Cache DetectFile=%appdata%\ChromePlus\chrome.exe Default=True FileKey1=%appdata%\ChromePlus\ChromePlusUserData\Default\Cache|*.* [ChromePlus - Cookies] Section=ChromePlus LangRef=Cookies DetectFile=%appdata%\ChromePlus\chrome.exe Default=True FileK
  6. Update: I've added ChromePlus to the list of browsers. @Andavari: You should change the topic title to "Support for Chromium-based browsers".
  7. Awesome Sailback. Thank you so much for explaining that. Now people using more than one of these browsers can benefit from the winapp2.ini sections without having to modify them. This will also help me and others make new future winapp2.ini files. Thanks a lot. Why isn't this on the Docs? Well, anyways, I've updated the code of all three apps. Also, I've joined the two "Session" sections into one "Session Restore" section to make the code smaller, and make more room for other apps inside the CCleaner GUI.
  8. Since this topic is pinned, I think it would be a great idea if I just posted here the (my) winapp2.ini sections for Chromium and Comodo Dragon, just in case somebody else asks for them. Edit: added ChromePlus. Updated winapp2.ini sections (Sept 01, 2010). HOW TO USE: Open Notepad, paste the code of your browser into it, and save it as winapp2.ini (as type "All Files"). Now place the file on the CCleaner folder (usually C:\ -> Program Files -> CCleaner). Make sure CCleaner is closed when you do this. Comodo Dragon [Comodo Dragon - Cache] Section=Comodo Dragon LangRef=
  9. An SRWare Iron fan here I made some changes to the winapp2.ini made by equazcion. Here are the list of changes: > Changed %ProgramFiles%\Iron\Iron.exe to %ProgramFiles%\SRWare Iron\Iron.exe (for default installations) > Changed %LocalAppData% to %userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\ (I used piriform docs) > Placed all the stuff into it's own section (SRWare Iron). > Added Archived History, Visited Links and Thumbnails cleaning into History cleaning. > Added Current Session cleaning. > Added * to remove some FileKey# Btw, nice job equazcion.
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