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  1. I understand the general desire to keep the number of entries to a minimum for multiple reasons, but would someone mind sharing the reasoning behind removing separations of entirely different types of data, like cache and logs? I pick those because they exemplify replaceable and irreplaceable data, which, depending on a user's reason for using CCleaner, they may well want to treat differently on an app-by-app basis.
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