Many of us HAVE VALID REASONS to use portable apps. You questioning why I want to run it in a portable fashion doesn't address at all the problem at hand here. My reasons are my reasons. I don't need you to judge or decide if they're good reasons or not.
So I want to run CCleaner portably. You tell me what LiberKey "looks like" to you without being a user. You advise me to run CCleaner's portable version seperately without even considering that I'm using a portable SUITE because I'm interested in running a multitude of portable programs. So you're NOT helping.
And I really don't think you're actually trying to help, although you might think you are. You're trying to defend Piriform, and tell me how I can find a way to use their software DESPITE the fact that they, as a company, are completely ignoring LiberKey's attempts to include them in the LiberKey portable suite, which IS the problem at hand.
I have valid reasons to use portable apps - LOTS of them. I like CCleaner. CCleaner was previously included in LiberKey, which is HANDS DOWN the most user friendly and easily updatable portable suite out there. Piriform made changes that now mean that LiberKey has to contact them for permission to include their apps, WHICH LIBERKEY HAS TRIED MULTIPLE TIMES. Piriform seems to have ignored these requests, which means I that will no longer be using Piriforms apps, as much as I like them, because they are FAR easier for me to replace than LiberKey. That's all I said, and there's no need for you to try to "help" me around that, especially without understanding my situation. Thanks anyway.
Piriform, as a company, should resolve this problem. I'm not at all interested in how few steps I can implement a work-around if they won't.