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  1. Please, verify if you have empty winsys1.ini and winapp1.ini in the same folder as ccleaner.exe. These files overwrite the embedded ones and if they are empty or the apps in it are not detected you could end up with an empty list.
  2. You can run vb script... http://docs.piriform.com/ccleaner/advanced...leaning-process Sample entry: [My Scripts] Section=Scripts Default=true ScriptKey1=c:\myscript.vbs
  3. Can you please provide a link to Microsoft site so we can read the details about the recommentation? Thanks
  4. On Windows Vista and 7, if User Account Control (UAC) is active you will not be allowed to drag and drop. if you turn it off you will be able to drag and drop.
  5. Correct. CCleaner uses DeleteFile API in both cases. With SD, it first overwrites and then deletes it. Let us know about your research... Thanks
  6. CCleaner uses the DeleteFile API to delete files, but I don't know if W7 has enhanced this API to accommodate TRIM. As far as Secure Deletion, it is always good to overwrite the files before deleting them as it seems that SSDs drives has the caching and erasing process moved out of the time-sensitive write cycle and into the time between the actual deletion and the next write. So, from what I understood files might be around for a period of time...I think... Have you experienced any slowdowns after using CCleaner? I believe you have already run out of "fresh blocks to write" in your new drives so if you continue to use CCleaner pretty soon you will notice a slowdown if CCleaner is not causing TRIM command to be pass down to SSD. Let us know... I hope this helps.
  7. As far as I know, CustomLocation is only supporting Firefox at the moment. Let's say you have a Firefox profile under: C:\Mozilla\FirefoxPortable_3.0.17\Data\profile Open regedit.exe and navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Piriform\CCleaner Right click on "CCleaner" node and select "New->string value": Name: CustomLocation1 Data: FIREFOX|C:\Mozilla\FirefoxPortable_3.0.17\Data\profile If you use CCleaner.ini, add an entry under Options section: [Options] CustomLocation1=FIREFOX|C:\Mozilla\FirefoxPortable_3.0.17\Data\profile I hope this helps!
  8. In 64bit you should use HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run I had to manually create HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run but nothing that I manually add there runs when I log in. Can you please post the name of the application that is using the Wow6432Node? Thanks
  9. As MrT wrote: "The registry key you mentioned is being properly scanned by CCleaner." Check the attached image:
  10. It might be some sort of file locking...
  11. How about the following folders? AppData\Local\Opera\profile\images AppData\Local\Opera\Opera\icons AppData\Local\Opera\Opera\thumbnails AppData\Local\Opera\Opera\opcache http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=24256 http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showto...mp;#entry147544
  12. CCleaner has been designed to run side-by-side. You can have as many versions in the installation folder as you want. Before installing a new version, I rename my current CCleaner.exe to CCleaner_v2_xxx.exe (xxx is the version) then I run the new installer which will create CCleaner.exe It is perfectly ok to run 2, 3 or as many versions of CC at the same time. You can even compare results from previous versions to new ones. Uninstalling CCleaner will remove your settings (it deletes ccleaner.ini and/or registry key). I hope this helps.
  13. CCleaner is able to collect cookies for Firefox. What is the version of Firefox you are using? Was it installed in the standard folder? If not, where did you install it? I hope this helps.
  14. "?Improved support for wildcards and RECURSE/REMOVESELF" This is now working as supposed so if you have something like this: FileKey1=%userprofile%|*.rmbak|RECURSE it will recursively scan all sub folders under "%userprofile%" Be careful with the RECURSE and REMOVESELF. If I were you I would make sure that RECURSE is only used with a folder that doesn't have lots of sub folders. This is a sample of a bad usage of RECURSE: (it does bring my scanning to a crawl) [*Registry Mechanic] ; Removes registry backups after compressing the registry, and only the safe to delete logs LangSecRef=3024 Detect=HKLM\Software\PCTools\Registry Mechanic Default=False FileKey1=%userprofile%|*.rmbak|RECURSE FileKey2=%userprofile%|*.rrr|RECURSE FileKey3=%userprofile%|*.rrr.bak|RECURSE FileKey4=%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows|*.rmbak FileKey5=%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows|*.rrr FileKey6=%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows|*.rrr.bak FileKey7=%allusersprofile%|*.rmbak|RECURSE FileKey8=%allusersprofile%|*.rrr|RECURSE FileKey9=%allusersprofile%|*.rrr.bak|RECURSE FileKey10=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\Guest|*.rmbak|RECURSE FileKey11=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\Guest|*.rrr|RECURSE FileKey12=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\Guest|*.rrr.bak|RECURSE FileKey13=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService|*.rmbak|RECURSE FileKey14=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService|*.rrr|RECURSE FileKey15=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService|*.rrr.bak|RECURSE FileKey16=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService|*.rmbak|RECURSE FileKey17=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService|*.rrr|RECURSE FileKey18=%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService|*.rrr.bak|RECURSE FileKey19=%windir%\system32\config|*.rmbak FileKey20=%windir%\system32\config|*.rrr FileKey21=%windir%\system32\config|*.rrr.bak FileKey22=%ProgramFiles%\Registry Mechanic\Log|compactlog.log FileKey23=%ProgramFiles%\Registry Mechanic\Log|results.log FileKey24=%ProgramFiles%\Registry Mechanic\Log|scan.log
  15. Hi, I installed RocketDock and can not reproduce this issue. Everything works as expected. There is no way CCleaner could cause this problem. You must have something else going on. I have attached a snapshot of my XP machine with RocketDock installed and latest CCleaner. You might need to provide more info so the devs could help you.
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