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  1. Thanks mta - that was really a help . I had nothing for Other Explorer MRUs - what sort of stuff is it ?
  2. Thanks mta - if you say so - you would know . Can you just explain briefly what other things , the Recent Documents and Other Explorer MRUs options , cover ?
  3. A good thing would be to clear the "Recent Places" entry that shows up in File Explorer . Or does this already exist somewhere ?
  4. The following would be really helpful for me , and I imagine others too , if possible : 1. For the graphics board , to show what connectors are available . HDMI , DVI , etc. 2. For the USB , how many ports and what type . 3.0 , 2.0 , etc. If this is already possible , please tell me how to get it . Thanks .
  5. Sauerkraut22 - thanks for the info on how to uninstall Media Player - sehr gut ! With this , it may be worth a try , to "reinstall" it back , as some of these things sometimes don't exactly work as they should . When Ccleaner is not running - try to delete or rename your Windows.log file - it let's you or not ? Have you switched AV's ( anti virus ) packages at all ? Ever ?
  6. Sauerkraut22 - OK . Windows.log = 0 KB should be no problem . It may be , that another program is already accessing this file , and CCleaner is waiting for it . Easiest way to check that , would be to boot in Safe Mode , and try CCleaner from there . If it works , then will need to see which program it is . I see from Hardware.pdf , that you have divided your HD into many logical disks . Are you separating multiple users here ? Did you , by any chance , assign some system stuff to one of the logicals ? Have you switched AV's ( anti virus ) packages at all ? How did you uninstall Windows Media Player ? As far as I know , you can't .
  7. Sauerkraut22 , if other programs are doing similar things - you could have some disk problems . Right click on your system disk icon , then Properties , then error-checking , click on both checking options . Some info on your hardware setup may be useful .
  8. Sauerkraut22 - you may have somehow got some access problems - try running Ccleaner in Administrator Mode ( right click on icon and choose that ) .
  9. MattinLA - what AV are you using ? If you boot into Safe Mode - do you get the same problem ?
  10. crashhat69 - if you can be 100% sure , that excluding yourself , then anyone with access to your PC , doesn't really have a clue about them , then no need to do secure deletion of the cache . However if any of those with possible access , is anywhere near really knowing their stuff , secure deletion of the cache , is virtually essential .
  11. crashhat69 , if you're serious about your system security , then the secure deletion is almost essential .
  12. Thanks Andavari - that's a cool feature . For some reason , it took a lot longer , as you can see from the captures . Could the Avast AV be affecting this ?
  13. Thanks people - I did change to normal file deletion , and it went real fast . The comments in Settings do say that Secure will be slower . But I never imagined , it would have that much of an effect . I would like to think that the routine doing the Secure deletion could be improved upon to make it much faster - no ? Failed to admit - court is in session ?
  14. Thanks guys - see the attached screen captures - the file names in the cache take a couple of seconds each - is that normal , or should it be running thru that list ? Andavari -didn't see anything special in Task Manager Super Fast - is latest Chrome , as you can see in capture . Fork based on Chrome - I'm not familiar with this .
  15. Thanks Andavari - it was already unticked . The CCleaner displays files from the cache , as it cleans , and this display moves pretty slow .
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