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  1. I know that Google Desktop search indexes the files on the PC, but it does not delete the entries when the files are deleted. The only way to remove these entries from the index is to manually search for each one and select "remove," or to do a full, clean re-index. My question is: Does Copernic Desktop Search work this way too (keeping the entries of deleted files)? Or does it sense that they are not there and remove their entries? Thanks, Jason
  2. Ok, thanks guys, I understand now. -Jason
  3. Is clearing the cache, cookies, history, etc... in a web browser (e.g. Firefox) any different from doing it in CCleaner? What I mean is: Does CCleaner really erase tracks well like a program such as Tracks Eraser Pro so that they could not be uncovered by undelete programs? Thanks, Jason
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