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  1. Hi! 9 years later, this is still an issue. I just installed Speccy (version 1.32) on Windows 10 and it also installed Chrome. There is no opt-out option, as suggested by redhawk. See screenshots (after clicking Customize in the installer): And the one after clicking "More": Also, I did not click twice or anything similar. Regards, David
  2. Hi! I used Recuva v1.51 (downloaded it yesterday) on a disk volume. I recovered the deleted files that had State: Excellent, then, to a different folder, also the non-deleted files. Later I noticed that some files are missing. The original disk volume has some folders and files in \Program Files\Common Files\ but in the recovered files there is no folder "Common Files". I did not set any filters. Any idea what might have happened? Regards, David
  3. cxs The linux limit is 4096. Creating a pathname longer than 260 characters is trivial. Also when recovering files, the length of the recovery folders name is added to the original paths, so hitting the limit is quite possible, for example c:\foo\bar becomes f:\recovered_files\foo\bar. Working with long paths is no black magic (Total Commander for example can work with them and many other applications). Therefore please consider fixing this issue in Recuva. Regards, David
  4. Hi! CCleaner 3.03 has in Applications/Firefox the options Session and Saved Passwords. Neither is mentioned on the doc page: http://www.piriform.com/docs/ccleaner/ccleaner-rules/applications-tab While it is clear what "Saved Passwords" means, what exactly is "Session" ? Regards, David
  5. Hi! The web page http://www.ccleaner.com/ says: Cleans the following Internet Explorer Temporary files, history, cookies, Autocomplete form history, index.dat. Firefox Temporary files, history, cookies, download history, form history. But on http://www.ccleaner.com/features the form history is not mentioned. Is it cleaned or not? If yes, are also stored passwords deleted? (they are stored separately, at leas in Firefox). Regards, David
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