A couple of questions...
When I use Chrome "clear browsing data" and then quit Chrome and run CCleaner, I find 300,000 ... files still remaining. CCleaner deletes these. How do I get Chrome to clean up better?
When I use Chrome "clear browsing data" it clears my cookies for accounts I wish to keep. Then when I try to log on, the account assumes an "attack" and I have to authenticate myself and change my password. CCleaner allows me to choose which cookies to keep. Is there a way to do this in Chrome or another cleaner?
I can manage started tasks by running msconfig. I haven't yet looked for another way to clean up the Windows Register.
So I run CCleaner after shutting down Chrome (or any other browser) and then kill CCleaner with the task manager.
I appreciate the guidance from How-To Geek about CCleaner but it is seriously inadequate in offering practical alternatives.