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  1. Alternatively you can right click and choose the merge option.
  2. Oriour

    A Small Question

    Oh I'll definitely run it from extraction, but judgment failed me the first time and now I've got some random data related to that zip file. I was wondering if there was a way to clear that up.
  3. Oriour

    A Small Question

    I extracted the contents and on open, that one has a blank search bar. I ran CC again, and doubled check the zip container. The searches are still present in the file in the ZIP container.
  4. Oriour

    A Small Question

    Awhile back I downloaded the CCleaner guide in its ZIP container and kinda ran the guide while it was in the container. To the point, I punched some things into the search and now it's permanently in the search bar should I open up the guide from its container (see attached). I'm just curious, is there anyway to cleanup that data (CCleaner seems unable)?
  5. I managed to test CCleaner run cleaning on another comp, and it required a restart on that one to clear out run. So I'm going to assume that restarting is required to finish up the process.
  6. Happy Birthday, glad to hear you had a nice one.
  7. Similarly, I've been using the reg feature for years and my computer hasn't died on me or anything and I rarely make back ups, unless it's for an entry I don't particularly recognize (95% of the time it's just uninstall leftovers anyways). I think some people reported breaking their comps using the reg service, so I do recommend making backups for your first time at least. I usually just leave the .REG, though that's because I'm too lazy to delete.
  8. A few days back I ran something in run then ran CCleaner, then for some reason I went back to run and noticed that all the searches were there, short story even shorter after a restart all the run entries were cleared. Is this how run should be cleaned up, basically clearing up after a reboot in the same was as the MRU in the start menu? I recall run being cleaned up before without needing to reboot, but my memory likes to play tricks on me like that.
  9. I was looking through regedit and noticed the entry hkey_local_machine/software/yahoo with two subs of companion and uninstaller (at one point i think there was an installer sub as well, though my eyes and brain has a habit of playing tricks on me, whatever the reason it's gone now anyways). Is the entire yahoo branch safe for removal?
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    0.log Anyone have any idea what this file is or does. It's located in the windows folder, and I believe it generates on start up. A lot of people seem to pick it up on CC, but I'm just kinda curious what this does given that it's 0 bytes.
  11. Oriour


    I will also take this time to add my own thanks as well.
  12. I'm passing on the phone myself. A lot of money for something I probably won't be using much anyways. This security thing reinforces my decision, so thanks for that update.
  13. ah okay, thanks for the reply.
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