In the normal Windows Google Chrome install, the default User Data is located under
However, this location can be changed by the Chrome Registry entry
It appears that CCleaner does not honor this change of location for the Default directory.
The result is that CCleaning is not done for Chrome user data that has been moved to another location.
What should happen is:
CCleaner should first look in the Registry for Chrome key UserDataDir;
If not exist, assume the Chrome data is located under the user's local data;
Reference is http://dev.chromium....t-3#UserDataDir