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  1. How can I tell CCleaner to write a log file about all actions which were performed ?

    Well Thomas you can create a log.txt file of all the actions and files it has removed. After you do an Analyze or Run Cleaner you can right-click on the results and select Save to text file... ;)

  2. Well if you have your own WinXP Pro CD then just do a format and a fresh install of the CD. That should remove any bits that were left behind by the Home install. ;)

  3. I have a Thomson Speedtouch 330 modem, which I used for over 3 years

    Note really related to this problem Dennis but I had a Thomson Speedtouch 330 USB modem when I first tried Broadband 5 years ago and it was a pain in the backside. Any large downloads and it would switch off. If you Google about this modem you'll see that the current draw is over 500ma which is more that the USB feeds. I contacted my ISP about this problem ans they gave a a few suggestions and downloads to fix it but it didn't. They had a different model of modem but they wouldn't give one so I cancelled the Broadband. ;)

  4. Yes Hazel I'm sure you are right.


    I think users should post their basic system spec, operating system with service pack number, browsers etc in there signature. It will save asking particular questions have you got this or do you use that? ;)


    What setup installer created CCleaner for it to be a self extracting installer and whatnot? What setup utility did you guys use to create the ccleaner setup? I'm really fond of it and I would like to check it out. I've tried nsis, innosetup, and smart install maker.

    Yes its Inno Setup Arctic. ;)

  6. Welcome to Piriform joealternate.


    Anyone know where I can get the beta verison back?

    You can download any version of Speccy here, I'm surprised that no ones has told you this? ;)

  7. You know I've never noticed that pear for the updates I've sometimes clicked the Check for updates... link in the bottom right. If you have the Check for updates ticked in Options\Settings it does it for you automatically. The pear works for me.


    What operating system are you using? :)

  8. Would it be possible to add to motherboard section the northbridge and southbridge temps. I was experiencing random crashes and found out in bios it was due to northbridge getting too hot with my overclock and voltage, would be nice to see that info in your program.

    I have South Bridge ATi SB700\710\750 drivers installed and mine is overclocked but my CPU only runs at 48C and the hard drive at 29C. My laptop runs at 70C and I have to have the fan switched on most of the time. Speccy found that for me as it used to restart when it gets too hot. ;)

  9. I've noticed that when I see the announcement of a newer version on here I open the app just to check the version number. Now CCleaner and Recuva say there is a newer version but Defraggler doesn't even though Automatically check for updates to Defraggler is ticked in Options. ;)

  10. Can anyone help in pointing to where CCleaner keeps the cookie delete list?

    I'm moving to a new computer and want to retain the list

    Well the easiest way is to open CCleaner and click on Options\Advanced and if you don't have the Save all settings to INI file ticked then tick it.


    Close CC and goto the CCleaner folder and copy the ccleaner.ini file to another medium. Install CC on your other computer and remove the tick from Run CCleaner after its installed and finish. Then copy the ccleaner.ini of the medium to the new CCleaner folder. All the original Settings, Cookies will be saved. ;)

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