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  1. If i may :-)

    i have a similar thing with w8.1 from time to time...

    in my case help a real newstart

    with w8 and newer micosoft have with shutdown only a 'softstart' started. but the operation system needet from time to time a real newstart for some arrangements with the system- files.

    perhaps it would help also for your w10? :-)

  2. on my w8.1 i used only 2-3 restore points, for my older ps´s with xp, vista or w7 i dont have used restore points and deactivated it.

    my settings for restore point i have reduced at 3 % of available hdd-space.

    my experience with restore points and systemrestore is not so good and i mean perhaps its not so usefull as i was thinking about it. and it gives more problems as it solved for me.


    the simplest way for your fragmentation:

    if you dont need the restore points that you actually have is -> delete all of it or deactivate it in the system settings -> after this, restart your pc.

    after the restart take a look with defraggler what is with your fragmentation

    as next -> reactivate your system restore points and create the first one with your pc-status at this moment.

    done 🙂

  3. thanks for the pic...

    there seems to be 9 files with a size of 72,7 gb - as i can see most of them in the middle of your hdd...

    normally there is the pagefile.sys, perhaps the hipernation-file and most the system-volume-infos (system-restore-points)

    can you take a screenshot/pic after you click on the button "view files"? <--- there will be list the files that fragmented (the 9 big ones...)



    ccleaner -> tools -> system restore

    how many points are listed/displayed? if more as 2 or 3... need you all of them? if not, delete some of the oldest ones. or if you dont need them, delete all of them. only the newest will be grayed and can stay.

  4. 5 hours ago, KEL1 said:

    Ran “Quick Defrag” and it started and completed with 27% fragmentation.

    So I ran the “defrag”.  It took 1hour and 20 minutes and completed with 22% fragmentation.

    I then ran “analyze” and it now shows 40% fragmentation???

    not ok.

    1 hour ago, KEL1 said:

    3) defrag selected files, and as mentioned there are a few it cannot defrag.

    Still 39% fragmented.

    what files would nice to know... in the file list it should you show the fragmented files ...


    1 hour ago, KEL1 said:

    4) ran advanced/defrag free space getting fragmentation 39%

    free space defrag dont defrag your hdd.


    how full is your hdd?


    have you a pic?

  5. On 11/02/2021 at 05:46, RBMunkin said:

    I'm curious why it defaults to cleaning some of the items but not all.


    3 hours ago, RBMunkin said:

    The defaults in Custom Clean are simply the apps/items that most people would want to have cleaned, you can change them of course by ticking/unticking the categories.

    @RBMunkin i mean with this "pre-selection" of apps/progs there are less problems to clean of all kinds of os with different apps installed on pc´s and other hardware over the world- because one user would leave some personal settings on his system, the other user want a "optimal cleaning" and more privacy. a good way through the middle of nowhere - no :-) a good way through the middle of privacy and less or more junk :-)


    one tip:

    attention with cleaning-boxes for

    ccleaner -> custom clean -> advanced

  6. Changes between 3.0.12 and
     * is the first release for Apple Silicon macs
     * Version bump to allow an automatic upgrade path
  7. Changes between and 3.0.12:
     * Add new RIST access module compliant with simple profile (VSF_TR-06-1)
    Access Output:
     * Add new RIST access output module compliant with simple profile (VSF_TR-06-1)
     * Fixed adaptive's handling of resolution settings
     * Improve Bluray tracks support
     * Improve WMV seeking and DASH support
     * Fix crashes in AVI, MKV modules
    Audio output:
     * Fix audio distortion on macOS during start of playback
    Video Output:
     * Direct3D11: Fix some potential crashes when using video filters
     * Add native support for Apple Silicon / ARM-64
     * Visual UI adaptations for macOS Big Sur
     * Fix displaying EQ bands in the UI depending on which frequency
       presets are set for the EQ in advanced preferences
     * Fix UI issues in bookmarks window
     * Several fixes in the web interface, including privacy and security
     * Update YouTube and Vocaroo scripts
     * Fix rotation filter mouse handling
     * Update translations
  8. Changes between 3.0.11 and
     * Fixed HLS playlist update mechanism, unable to start
       in some cases.
     * Because of broken HLS servers, adaptive no longer
       considers Content-Type as authoritative.
     * Fixed handling of WEBM WebVTT subtitles
     * Workaround invalid ADTS in TS from Makito encoders
     * Fixed Opus when using avformat demuxer
     * Fixed inverted explicit start/end positioning
    Service Discovery:
     * Fix listing of media on certain Panasonic recorders discovered via UPnP
     * Fix automatic playback resume with "Music" app
     * Fix possible freeze after pause, seek, unpause
     * Updated gnutls to 3.6.14
     * Updated libebml to 1.4.0
     * Updated libmatroska to 1.6.0
     * Updated mpg123 to 1.26.2
  9. ff v78.7.1 esr

    5. feb 2021


    • Security fix

    • Prevent access to NTFS special paths that could lead to filesystem corruption.


    Security Vulnerabilities fixed in Firefox 85.0.1 and Firefox ESR 78.7.1

    Announced February 5, 2021
    Impact critical
    Products Firefox, Firefox ESR
    Fixed in
    • Firefox 85.0.1
    • Firefox ESR 78.7.1

    #MOZ-2021-0001: Buffer overflow in depth pitch calculations for compressed textures

    Reporter Abraruddin Khan and Omair working with Trend Micro Zero Day Initiative
    Impact critical

    In the Angle graphics library, depth pitch computations did not take into account the block size and simply multiplied the row pitch with the pixel height. This caused the load functions to use a very high depth pitch, reading past the end of the user-supplied buffer.
    Note: This issue only affected Windows operating systems. Other operating systems are unaffected.
    This issue has been assigned a temporary identifier, pending assignment of a CVE.



  10. ff v85.0.1

    5. feb 2021


    • Security fix

    • Prevent access to NTFS special paths that could lead to filesystem corruption.

    • Fixed a crash when authenticating to websites using SPNEGO on macOS devices with Apple Silicon CPUs (bug 1685427).

    • Avoid printing an extra blank page at the end of some documents (bug 1689789).

    • Fixed a browser crash in case of unexpected Cache API state (bug 1684838).

    • Fixed external URL scheme handlers when using the Firefox flatpak (bug 1688966)

  11. firefox legacy  v1.16.4.27

    JustOff released this

    Dec 21, 2020


  12. ublock v1.32.0

    github-actions released this

    Dec 22, 2020


    Ability to launch element picker into embedded frames, through a new "Block element in frame..." entry in the contextual menu.

    Support for match-case filter option, but only for regex-based static network filters.

    Ability to auto-complete (Ctrl-Spacebar) hostname values for origin-related options in static filter editor according to currently opened tabs.


    Dynamic filtering

    Noop-ing a blocked 3rd-party cell will cause uBO to immediately attempt to reload blocked stylesheets, if any. This will also occurs when the noop-ing is done through the "relax blocking mode" shortcut, in which case uBO will no longer force a reload the whole page. You can restore the previous behavior by modifying the advanced setting blockingProfiles.

    Closed as fixed:


    Notable commits without en entry in the issue tracker

  13. ublock v1.31.2

    gorhill released this

    Dec 3, 2020

    This minor release benefits Chromium-based browsers. Chromium 87 added the long time missing tabs.removeCSS() API, which uBO uses:

    But the call to tabs.removeCSS() was still failing in uBO due to Chromium being more strict regarding the arguments passed to the API.

    Closed as fixed:

    Commit with no entry in issue tracker:

  14. ff v78.7.0 esr

    26. jan 2021



    Security Vulnerabilities fixed in Firefox ESR 78.7

    Announced January 26, 2021
    Impact high
    Products Firefox ESR
    Fixed in
    • Firefox ESR 78.7

    #CVE-2021-23953: Cross-origin information leakage via redirected PDF requests

    Reporter Rob Wu
    Impact high

    If a user clicked into a specifically crafted PDF, the PDF reader could be confused into leaking cross-origin information, when said information is served as chunked data.


    #CVE-2021-23954: Type confusion when using logical assignment operators in JavaScript switch statements

    Reporter Gary Kwong
    Impact high

    Using the new logical assignment operators in a JavaScript switch statement could have caused a type confusion, leading to a memory corruption and a potentially exploitable crash.


    #CVE-2020-26976: HTTPS pages could have been intercepted by a registered service worker when they should not have been

    Reporter Andrew Sutherland
    Impact moderate

    When a HTTPS page was embedded in a HTTP page, and there was a service worker registered for the former, the service worker could have intercepted the request for the secure page despite the iframe not being a secure context due to the (insecure) framing.


    #CVE-2021-23960: Use-after-poison for incorrectly redeclared JavaScript variables during GC

    Reporter Irvan Kurniawan
    Impact moderate

    Performing garbage collection on re-declared JavaScript variables resulted in a user-after-poison, and a potentially exploitable crash.


    #CVE-2021-23964: Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 85 and Firefox ESR 78.7

    Reporter Mozilla developers and community
    Impact high

    Mozilla developers Alexis Beingessner, Christian Holler, Andrew McCreight, Tyson Smith, Jon Coppeard, André Bargull, Jason Kratzer, Jesse Schwartzentruber, Steve Fink, Byron Campen reported memory safety bugs present in Firefox 84 and Firefox ESR 78.6. Some of these bugs showed evidence of memory corruption and we presume that with enough effort some of these could have been exploited to run arbitrary code.

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