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  1. While some may wait until MS Edge is released via WU from my reading MS haven't decided when? - It's been available as a download & install in exactly the same as Chromium, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Vivaldi etc with a standard uninstaller & files in Program Files etc as standard practice- Microsoft is the largest or second largest software company there is, so Edge New isn't some niche browser user by a few - I've evaluated it since the beginning to final & though others choose to wait it's not unreasonable to ask as a licenced user if or when New Edge will be supported but It's becoming obvious at least to be that may not be anytime soon.

    However New Edge can be cleaned in the same way as Chrome in Privacy, options are clean when required or clean selected items on exit. I would think most users of CCleaner use the overwrite system. The rest of the aspects of CCleaner still work as before, but there are free ad-free programs that do this if New Edge cleaning isn't provided. For me, I'm not using CCleaner again I've not been not very been happy since data sluper Avast bought it, so I wont post on this site again or buy anything Piriform (Avast) again - I'm not here to pull any company down just a personal choice, shame as I used CCleaner from day one - Best wishes Paul

  2. As New Edge is the biggest shake-up in browsers for many years, it's been in Beta for a long time (and for a while was supported by a CCleaner beta)  & little has changed in the main history files etc that I can see, it's pretty obvious either there are no devs? Or they don't care? Who knows, no way of knowing is there? A company has provided New Edge cleaning in a piece of software, actually two of them so far - As I see it CCleaner has become abandon-ware - No other way of putting it.

  3. Edge Chromium will be updated continually via it's own updater & not by Windows Update in line with Chromium updates, as Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi etc is also - Do the Devs know about the release of Edge Chromium though? 😉

  4. For me as a user with several licences & PC's I maintain have bought licences, updated & additions should be done as a matter of course such as Brave etc. CCleaner was originally donation ware & can still be considered free to some degree (nagware?) , but now for many as a paid product - With due respect the developers @ Piroform (Avast) still feel updates & changes are done by a one person voluntary project & are done as an act of kindness & be thankful for them?. It's not CCleaner is a commercial product, for me at least. 🙂

  5. Stephen - With full respect to you, I do think that CCleaner has lost it's way & the developers have forgotten why CCleaner has had billions of downloads over the years, I used it from the very beginning. I am never keeping cookies on CCleaner PRO so Avast can send me info I do not want, & or limit the frequency of these, no offence to you. At the moment the firewall block is stopping pop-ups but if or when Avast circumvents users from using the firewall to give privacy and to solve an issue that should never have been there on CCleaner PRO for one will leave permanently. Best wishes  Paul  

  6. On 13/03/2018 at 21:28, hayc59 said:

    Should we the people be able to decide what cookies we want/need or do not want/need??

    "Just be aware that if you clean these cookies you will see certain messages with much greater frequency than if the cookie was there. For this reason these cookies have been whitelisted by default. You can manage this in the 'Cookies to Keep' list of the Options > Cookies menu. "



    No you bloody well wont ! :lol:

  7. On 14/03/2018 at 11:37, nukecad said:

    I'm not having a go at you personally Stephen, but:

    Quite simple - Don't send us these unwanted sales messages at all, as you say we are not interested in them, no cookies needed then.

    I also regard it as underhand/sneaky that this was included in the update but there is no mention of it whatsoever in the release notes.

    Adding undocumented 'features' is typical of adware/junkware - this seems to be the direction CCleaner is heading since Avast acquired it.


    PS. At least I didn't get an offer of Avast with this installer, so that is one promise that has been kept - If refused once you won't see it again.
    Which shows that Avast/Piriform can listen to complaints made on this forum.

    Agree 300%+ I don't need any notifications ever until the Earth is Consumed by the Sun & then I'll have to have a think. Do the developers think they are dealing with Children. It's hard to believe a pay for cleanup program is planting cookies? For whatever reason? I've just blocked Piriform in my Firewall, to stop large pop-ups.


  8. 2 hours ago, axelf04 said:

    Maybe this popup is created with avast cookie




    Thanks for that! -  I did wonder about the cookie, as the reason I bought CCleaner was to remove cookies it''s very odd! - Block Piriform in the Firewall, problem solved fully. BTW I do not require any notifications ever, it's the Pro version for what possible reason should I need info?. Might let the program look at the internet occasionally but blocked most of the time.





  9. On 18/12/2018 at 10:31, RTL434 said:

    Does anyone have an answer for this?  It really is an annoyance that I don't need. Or is the only solution to remove CCleaner as PWT999 has done?


    Problem seems to have been corrected----I am no longer getting the popup when I switch on my PC's.  Have checked four machines.

    I think that there should be an option as to whether you get these notifications or not as PWT999 suggested in his original post.

    Can you tell me what you did as a resolution please?

  10. I've also tried to replicate this on my laptop & I can, it does seem to be caused not by the program settings being changed but maybe the Avast cookie???. The problem occurs after some other cleaner has been run such as in my case maybe [competition software]. I don't think it's unreasonable to be able to run another cleaner & then get not just pop-ups but a large one at that. I have tried every permutation in updates to no avail, I I totally uninstalled the program including all registry entries. The thing is there is no real reason for this window in the first place? After trying again given up.

  11. I've used CCleaner since day one when it was donation ware. I've now had enough of the program since Avast took it over. I have found a full & final solution to the recent issues & especially from the pop-ups. Totally sorted. I'm going to give the remainder of my licence to someone I 'Really' dislike, sad end to my use of CCleaner.



  12. Pro version,  5.51.6939 - I am getting each & every time I start CCleaner a large pop-up telling me of it's new features, then a link to view these on the web (I've done that in desperation) - I don't really want or need this in the first place but to have it come up all the time is annoying to say the least. Why is there no 'Do Not Show Again' button - (or Never Show These Information Windows?) I've faffed with the pin thing at the top to no avail, I've rebooted & searched the program for an off button but not there. Piriform simply do not learn. I've just paid for 'Privacy Eraser Pro' as I don't get pop-ups with this nor privacy issues. This is a pay for program & I don't need pop-ups every time I use it. Is these a cure for this? Please? :o


  13. I've rarely posted on here & CCleaner is without doubt the best cleaner there is, no doubt about that - I have no intention of reverting to an earlier version but the white background around the tick boxes does make it a little hard to see, maybe a little tweaking of the new GUI will sort most peoples problems with the new look but I can live with it as it is - Thanks for a great product BTW. ... Paul

  14. I installed Pale Moon a couple of days ago & it's everything Firefox9.xx isn't. As a long term Chrome user I love PM. However I notice that CCleaner doesn't support PM 9.01. It seems CCleaner supported I think version 3.xx?. Is anyone planning on doing a Winapp2 for it. After some messing today it seems these files and or folders can be removed without causing havoc on the preferences side:


    C:\Users\N****\AppData\Local\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\Cache\

    C:\Users\N****\AppData\Local\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\startupCache\

    C:\Users\N****\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\bookmarkbackups\

    C:\Users\N****\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\cookies.sqlite

    C:\Users\N****\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\downloads.sqlite

    C:\Users\N****\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\formhistory.sqlite

    C:\Users\N****\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\search.json

    C:\Users\N****\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\search.sqlite

    C:\Users\N****\Application Data\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\9ahib0j2.default\sessionstore.bak


    I am interested if I have missed anything such as reg entries, if anyone can help it would be appreciated, I hope I’ve posted this in the right place & won't be roasted alive.


    Paul :D

  15. It seems that as ‘Opera version 10.xx’ has decided to move its file positions yet again to the far flung reaches of my PC resulting in CCleaner’ not cleaning all the ‘Opera’ folders with internet information in them correctly. I am using ‘Vista Premium’ with all updates applied. On my PC the 'Opera' paths that are not cleaned are as follows:






    This is for a single user setup, if you have multiple users may the Lord have mercy on you soul.


    New skins seem to be installed in: C:\Users\ThisUser\AppData\Roaming\Opera\Opera\skin


    I hope this helps:


    Regards, & thanks for a great product. :P

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