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  1. FF 79 beta9 is released, next will be stable version and will be automatically upgraded to users.
  2. It's not beta problem. "Internet Cache" option deletes all *.sqlite-shm, *.sqlite-wal without apply these to *.sqlite files before delete it. so, if firefox is not shutting down properly and these files are remains, CCleaner will delete it and users will lose data. As I said, "Compact Databases" option deletes all *.sqlite-shm, *.sqlite-wal too, but apply these to *.sqlite files before delete it. so, CCleaner don't have to deletes it in "Internet Cache" option.
  3. FF 79 beta2 (latest beta): (I'm using win7 x86) FF 79 have new storage-sync-v2.sqlite, storage-sync-v2.sqlite-shm, storage-sync-v2.sqlite-wal files in profile folder. When I exit Firefox, storage-sync-v2.sqlite-shm, storage-sync-v2.sqlite-wal files are kept and not deleted unlike cookies.sqlite-wal, cookies.sqlite-shm, favicons.sqlite-shm, favicons.sqlite-wal. By the way, CCleaner > Custom Clean > Applications > Firefox > "Internet Cache" option deletes all *.sqlite-shm, *.sqlite-wal, so CCleaner deletes these two files too. storage-sync-v2.sqlite-wal store addon settings that uses the sync API, so I lose the addon settings changed that is not yet applyed to storage-sync-v2.sqlite. So, please don't delete *.sqlite-shm, *.sqlite-wal with that option. CCleaner > Custom Clean > Applications > Firefox > "Compact Databases" option deletes all *.sqlite-shm, *.sqlite-wal too(so, CCleaner don't have to deletes it in "Internet Cache" option), but apply these to *.sqlite files before delete it, so I don't lose my data. I'm sorry for my bad english. Regards.
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