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  1. Hello, I downloaded the Agomo installer today and installed it on a new system. The installer does not ask for an installation path, I just can install it or not install it. So I also support this idea! Greetings OLLI
  2. Hello, I use Agomo to manage my PC, my laptop and the tablet of my wife (Windows). Especially for my wife's tablet this is very useful, because I can clean crap on her tablet without her to take any action. Just via the browser of my PC. On my Phone (Android) I use CCleander to delete crap on my phone. When Agomo for Android would be released, I could delete crap files and uninstall applications on my phone via the browser on my PC. And I could manage the phone of my wife also via the browser (she does not need to do anything). It really would be helpful if you release Agomo
  3. Hello, I have a suggestion for CCleaner Cloud that is very important for me and that can make CCleaner Cloud much more powerful. It would be very useful if CCleaner Cloud checks my installed software for updates and reports them to me. Then the user can install the updates with one mouse click. Here especially security updates for vulnerabilities (like Adobe Flash, Java, etc.) should be reported, but also normal updates of installed applications and games (like Microsoft Office, Mozilla Firefox or Mozilla Thunderbird). This would make the system safer, because up-to-date applicat
  4. Hello, I hope they do this soon, so I will wait until the forums are created. Then I will start sharing my suggestions. Greetings OLLI
  5. Hello, what about adding the required sections here in these forums? OLLI
  6. Hello, Here in the forum I did not find the Agomo Forums, where I can post some suggestions for Agomo. Posting them in a forum would be useful to have some discussions and other opinions for my ideas. So, where should I post my suggestions for Agomo? Greetings OLLI
  7. Hello Andavari, I have problems entering this in the Options of CCleaner. The String that I am using is (here in the Forum I replaced my username with <UsernameA: C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Office\Recent\|*.* I went to the Options and added the string as a "File" (Radiobutton "File" is seleccted). When I go to "Cleaner" and then back to the options then I see that the |*.* at the end of the string is truncated: C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Office\Recent\ So I removed the old entry and added it as a "Folder". When I go
  8. Hello, I went to the Options -> Exclude and clicked on Add. Then I selected "Drive or Folder" and added your String. Unfortunately the Recent documents are still gone after cleaning. OLLI
  9. Hello, I have Microsoft Office 2010 and have pinned some important Excel-Files to the "Recent" list in Excel. After running CCleaner they are gone. In CCleaner I went into the details of "Applications - Office 2010" and right cklicked on the Excel-Files (FileName.xls.LNK) and selected "Add to Exclude List". They are located in the folder C:\Users\<MyUsername>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Office\Recent After closing Excel and running CCleaner my "Recent" list in Excel is still empty. What can I do to keep my recent documents in Excel? Greetings OLLI
  10. Hello, today is the 30th of may. I started CCleaner (the actual version, use the auto update feature). The folder d:\Temp\Windows\ is added manually to the "Include" list. Yes, the section "Custom files and folders" in the tree is checked. After cleaning my computer, there are still files in that directory. There is one folder from 22th of may that contains 120 MB. This folder is older than 7 days. So, why is this folder not removed? Greetings OLLI
  11. Hello, let me ask more specific: why are other hotfix uninstallers removed from my computer but not those listed above? Are they really "unsafe to remove"? Of cause hotfix uninstallers are always critical to remove and you should only do this if you know what you are doing (because you can not uninstall them from your computer). But if other hotfix uninstallers are removed, why not those? Greetings OLLI
  12. Hello, I looked into the registry to check if the desired keys are present. Here are my results: The following folders/entries are existing in my Registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\PowerPoint\Recent File List HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Excel\Recent Files HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Word\Data|Settings HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Access\Settings The following folders/entries are NOT existing in my Registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Word\Recent Templates HKEY_CURRENT_USER\
  13. Hello, I have a German Windows XP Professional SP3. CCleaner also offers the "Recent Documents". Here the following folder is cleaned: C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\Administrator\Recent This would be in an English OS the folder: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Recent I accidental found the following folder: C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\Administrator\Anwendungsdaten\Microsoft\Office\Zuletzt Verwendet This would be in an English OS the folder: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\Microsoft\Office\Recent (or maybe "Recent Documents"). What is this
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    Hello, in my windows Directory there is also a folder "Driver Cache" (95 MB). An other system cleaner that I tested (but that I am not using) tells me the following text: This directory contains drivers for hardware and is needed when new devices are detected (for example when you plug in a new hardware). You can delete this folders, in worst case you have to insert a Driver-CD or the Windows-CD. So, would it make sense to offer this directory in CCleaner? Greetings OLLI
  15. Hello, in my Windows Directory I have the two directories: ie7updates (86,7 MB) ie8updates (154 MB) What about those directories? In my eyes the ie7updates can be deleted, because IE 8 is installed. And also the ie8updates could be removed when the IE runs normally after installing patches. So, please consider adding those two directories into CCleaner. Thank you. Greetings OLLI
  16. Hello, I have my windows temp drive in d:\Temp\Windows\ I also set the USER DEFINED environment variables TEMP and TMP to this folder. And I also set the SYSTEM VARIABLES TEMP and TMP to this folder. CCleaner has a strange behavior. After analyzing my system CCleaner reports about 100 MB to be deleted. After a second analysis CCleaner just finds one or two MB. If I clean the directory instead of doing a second analysis, then also one or two MB are deleted. At the moment I have 145 MB in that folder. If I count the folders that are older than today (yesterday or older) I have
  17. Hello, I have CCleaner 2.31.1153. When I analyze the "Hotfix Uninstallers" then CCleaner reports 0 Bytes to be removed. Also when I clean the "Hotfix Uninstallers". In my Windows directory there are some directory, that look like Uninstaller information: $hf_mig$ (462 MB) $NtServicePackUninstallIDNMitigationAPIs$ (575 KB) $NtServicePackUninstallNLSDownlevelMapping$ (364 KB) $NtUninstallKB940157$ (1,31 MB) $NtUninstallMSCompPackV1$ (593 KB) $NtUninstallWdf01007$ (595 KB) $NtUninstallWdf01009$ (1,15 MB) $NtUninstallWMFDist11$ (18,0 MB) $NtUninstallwmp11$ (10,5 MB) $NtUnins
  18. Hello, I see, Office 2000 is not in the list of supported versions. It would be fantastic if it would be supported officially. The INI entry above did NOT work. I get an new entry called "*Office 2000" but an analysis reports no files to be removed (although they exist). :-( Greetings OLLI
  19. Hello, would be nice if the programmers of CCleander would answer my question. Is such a feature planed? Greetings OLLI
  20. Hello, CCleander allows me to delete the Recent Documents in Windows. Fantastic feature. Unfortunately I see in Office (for Example in Powerpoint 2000) in the Menu "File" a list of recently opened documents. So please add also an option to delete the list of Recent Documents in Office. Of cause for all Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access to name just some of them) and also all Versions of Office (Office 2000, Office 2003, Office 2007 to name some office versions). Greetings OLLI
  21. Hello, I looked up again all those directories (the actual sizes) and found some more stuff that is wasting my space. c:\Windows\$hf_mig$ (136 MB) Eric2 wrote that this folder should not be deleted, so I believe it. C:\Windows\Installer (1120 MB) Running the "Windows Installer Clean Up utility" does only delete 2 MB, see http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showto...p;hl=msizap.exe c:\Windows\ie7updates (147 MB) I think that this folder contains"Hotfix uninstallers" because all sub folders begin with "KB..." and this shows that this are hotfixes. So CCleaner should delete th
  22. Hello hazelnut, thank you for your answer. I read the other topic, but unfortunately only 2 MB were deleted in "C:\Windows\Installer". But I wrote this in a reply of the other topic, so the folder "C:\Windows\Installer" is handled there. There are two questions remaining. 1) Is the folder "c:\Windows\ie7updates" a folder that contains "Hotfix uninstallers"? If yes, then that folder should also be cleaned by CCleaner. And if you plan to implement to clean that sub-folder, is it planed for the next release? 2) Same questions for the folder "c:\Windows\$hf_mig$" Are these
  23. Hello, thank you for this posting. On my system I have the problem that my free space on my C partition is nearly gone (just 66 MB free). My folder "C:\Windows\Installer" has 1122 MB. So I switched to "C:\Programme\Windows Installer Clean Up\" and run "MSIZAP ?". And really the help says: "G = remove orphaned cached Windows Installer data files (for all users)" So I run "msizap G" but only one file was removed. Now the folder is 1120 MB in size. Is there anything else I can do to reduce the size of that folder? A save way. Of cause I can delete all files and sub-folder
  24. Hello, I use CCleander 2.14.763. I also let it clean "Hotfix uninstallers". After deleting the files I recognized that in my Windows directory there are still some files, where I think that they also should be deleted by CCleaner. The folder c:\Windows\ie7updates (141 MB) There are some folders like KB938127-IE7 Are these "Hotfix uninstallers" that can be also deleted (if yes, please add them to CCleaner). The folder c:\Windows\$hf_mig$ (129 MB) There also are all folders beginning with KB..... Same question like before: are these "Hotfix uninstallers" that can be also del
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