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  1. Forgot to say I use the standalone (no installer) version. That may explain why. I tried a search in the registry but nothing, unless it's encoded? Sorry can't find where it's keeping the information.
  2. Weird CC is still not cleaning VLC after that much time it exist and evolve...
  3. I finally found the problem. It was Windows SideShow that was enabled and was keeping WMP running in the background. It's a known problem caused by a gadget from Logitech when using some of their keyboards. If you own a G15 or G19 give this a try! In Control Panel you can access Windows SideShow and enable/disable all gadgets related to WMP. Thanks all for your help!
  4. Both aren't checked... someone on Windows 7 just need to test it. On the other hand I'm the only one so I guess it's not an issue for many BUT I thought it was for CCleaner own reputation.
  5. On Windows 7 : Easy, just listen to a clip with WMP then put the clip in the recycle bin and run CCleaner (it will empty the recycle bin and do all the cleanup of applications, etc.) In the task bar, click the orange WMP icon and you'll see the video, click play and it will run while I thought CCleaner would have cleaned it all, including all what have been cached.
  6. Anyone gave this a try? If 10 people says this is true, more chance it will get fixed. Unless the team jump in to say this has already been tested and will be fixed in next release.
  7. I don't have this installed but have some LIVE things related so maybe that's it... it should be added in Applications then, no? It would be nice to have a checkmark to 'Delete Windows Live cache'.
  8. Hotmail always remember my email when I visit. All is checked under IE so there should be not more cookies, forms and such. Why does that happen after soooo many release? IE was NOT running. Newly introduced bug or? I ask because in the past I was just running it without checking really (trusting it). 2 things in a row I find that it does not clean properly... Does CCleaner really works like it is supposed to?
  9. Windows 7 64 bits. Play a movie with WMP for a few seconds then close WMP with the X. Delete the movie (recycle bin) and run CCleaner. Now you think you are safe, the porn movie you just watched is gone. Your girlfriend come and click the WMP icon in the task bar, OMG THE HORROR! The movie is still there and fully watchable. LOL! I took such an exemple to make sure it will be taken into consideration for the next update. Yes, WMP is checked under Applications, everything is checked...
  10. Just found out that Auslogics Disk Defrag added this option which is called Consolidate in their latest 3.x version. When will Defraggler will do the same?
  11. Using the very last version... I've done a complete defrag where I asked to move some large file at the end. This seems to work fine but why does it left small tidbits here and there in the middle instead of compacting everyting? I thought it would create one massive block at the begining and another smaller compact block at the end where all large file are and no files in-between (unles they are read only or something). Am I missing something? I tried defrag freespace but it's not that either.
  12. Using the very last version... Complete defrag where I moved large file at the end but why does it left small tidbits here and there instead of compacting everyting? I thought it would creat one massive block at the begining and another smaller compact block at the end where all large file are. Is this normal? Thank you!
  13. SOLVED with latest release! I also tried up to 2048x1536 and works great. They haven't specifically specified it, they just wrote Minor GUI improvements, like if they were shy of listing all the changes. THANKS!
  14. Having the option would be welcome. For some reason I like to look at Defraggler running, I'm the king of guy looking at the screen when it defrags instead of leaving the computer alone to come back 10 minutes later. I'm sure I'm not alone...
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