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  1. https://www.piriform...-product-matrix Now, I know this is not necessarily the place to ask, but what is the difference between the Business and Technician Editions? Have they not worked out the kinks in them, or is there a special dance you have to do to get the different 'Per Computer/Per Technician' deal? Personally I'd love to support Piriforms' development, but I'd like to know some details on pricing and terms and such. I'm just curious, as I've been using CCleaner on a USB stick for quite a while, and it checks for updates just fine on its own, though I do have to manually download the ZIP and unzip the files.
  2. Unfortunately, I have to report that 2.10.413 has this issue on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. Any sort of timeline for the fix? Also, why is the disabled boot-time defrag a dealbreaker for some of you? I honestly have no problem with it being disabled temporarily, though I feel Defraggler is much better than even Windows 7s default defragger. I know for sure it's better than the defragmentation tool that came with Windows XP.
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    Firefox is full!

    That article/blurb is pretty light on details of the problem, and possible solution, if any was reached. Also, why can't they optimize some more after the initial build? Are they still using the same optimizations from the first comiles from 4 years ago?
  4. https://blogs.technet.com/b/markrussinovich/archive/2011/10/03/3456790.aspx?Redirected=true May be of some help, though in that case, it was rebooting, not BSOD'ing (new word?)
  5. Tomato is a Linux-based alternative firmware for (originally) Linksys WRT54G routers. And I mentioned the firewall, as it came with Symantec Endpoint Protection. The advice was extra.
  6. Currently use the default rules that come with Tomato firmware on a WRT54G v4. Also using on my personal laptop (Thinkpad T43p) the firewall that ships with Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0.7 MP1, with one or two ruled added. Looking into this Comodo Firewall I've been reading about here......
  7. While I am aware that I shouldn't advertise using a former employers' key for something, I can also get the same software without said former employers' key. And I am aware of the multi-firewall conflicts. I am not sure Symantecs' firewall is better than Windows Firewall on XP, but it's better than nothing, especially since I finally figured out how to set rules (wasn't particularly intuitive until a few updates ago). I wonder, what is more effective, a per-PC firewall (possibly with different rules for different users), or a network-wide firewall (thinking m0n0wall and pf-Sense-class soft/hardware)? Currently running a WRT54G w/ Tomato on it, though whatever firewall rules are default there are running.
  8. I use Symantec Endpoint Protectoin 11.0.7 MP1 (current to my knowledge). For firewall, I use the SEP one, though I used to use Windows Firewall in addition, but that didn't work out very well for me. I also have MalwareBytes Anti-Malware running with SEP, and have both set to scan weekly and update once a day! I tried Kaspersky PURE R2 (9.x) and that just froze my Thinkpad T43p thrice while retrieving an update that, at the time of my uninstallation, had exceeeded 100MB in size.
  9. Hey all, I have been wondering for a while now, how the 'Compact Database' tickmark does it's work for Firefox. I currently run CCleaner with that option checked, but before it gets to that point, I use SQLite3 to clean (vacuum is the term used) the *.sqlite files. Is this the same (or similar) to what (and which files) CCleaner compacts? If not, where and how does it 'compact'? Seems to take a while usually, not that the normal cache deletion doesn't.
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    Boot-time Defrag

    Sorry for the late reply! I am using Windows XP w/ SP3. I do not remember if I am using the portable or normal installer version. Which version should I be using? When I update Defraggler on my laptop, I usually just use the portable one and overwrite the previous, then also update my USB stick for utilities. And I did check; I do have it set to use INI, but that option is greyed out, as well. So I assume this is the portable version of the program. Will using the normal installer give me the option of Boot-Time Defrag, then? As an aside, does anyone have any opinions on SysInternals PageDefrag? Better than Defraggler for the pagefile? -Josh
  11. Hey all, Been using Defraggler for...wow, about 4 years now.... Anyway, I ran Boot-time Defrag a couple times when it first was included. Now that option is greyed out. I am not sure what to do to enable this feature again. Do I need a certain amount of free space? Certain number of free, contiguous blocks? Is there an INI option that will overrride the menu option that I am not aware of? Haven't looked at the INI as yet, but will. Also, is there a certain version I should uninstall and do a clean install from? Say, I have 2.0, and I want to (finally) upgrade to 2.0.6, would I need to uninstall and do a clean install, or is the upgrade just fine? Curious is all, since some freeware programs completely change numerous things that might require such steps at times. -Josh
  12. So nearly 150 views and no answers? Even saying 'that is normal' or 'we are looking into it' would be fine for me. -osh
  13. See attached screenshot. This is showing Defraggler taking up 601MB of RAM (combined physical and virtual). This is just after opening it up, too. Entire system bogs down. Defraggler is sitting idle, after detecting two partitions on my laptops' drive, and a single external drive. Not even running an analysis, or anything. Is there some setting I need to switch, or a clean install or something? Bug report maybe? Anyone else getting it? Need anymore information? -Josh
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