Jump to content
CCleaner Community Forums

Rob M.

Members
  • Content Count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Rob M.

  • Rank
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Location
    Vancouver, BC
  1. It does. Thanks. Rob M.
  2. I'm also perplexed by the listing of "unused file extensions" that CCleaner came up with. Most of them are thoroughly strange, but there are some extensions that I know are in use. For instance, ".bat", ".exe", and ".zip" appear on that list. I know those extensions are in use. What are these so-called "unused file extensions" really doing there? Might I want to use some of them some day? If I've let CCleaner fix them, am I going to have to re-create an association for them if I happen to need them? And how does CCleaner resolve that issue anyway? Rob M.
  3. From the information I have been able to find so far, it looks like CCleaner resolves a missing shared .dll by deleting the Registry key that calls the missing .dll. Is this correct? If so, why is it OK to delete those keys? Don't they serve a purpose somewhere? And where did those keys come from? Examination of the missing .dll's in the list I got shows some files with a path originating from my CD-ROM drive. Of course, those .dll's are missing -- the CD-ROM on which they reside isn't in the drive. Are they left over from an installation, or are bad things going to happen some day if I re
×
×
  • Create New...