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  1. You can also just right click the "Wipe Free Space" option and click Clean to start it on it's own. You don't have to tick the box either.
  2. Whenever i launch CCleaner it never "steals focus" and remains in the background. Even after the UAC prompt... Minor issue but is this design or am i the only one? Windows 7 Home Premium 32 Bit
  3. Thanks. I'll look into that. Yes i understand that, which i why i suggested adding the ability to specify files and folders as a function.... Not to worry Aethec seems to have the answer... Or occassionally work with sensitive data and a free space wipe just takes too long to do regularly...
  4. Not really what i asked for!! I didn't say "Can you make it wipe the free space in a folder" I asked "Can it be configured into a proper tool with the ability to wipe selected folders and files?"
  5. Can i make 3 suggestions for this excellent program? 1 - Office 2010 - When using the Clean Recent Documents function it also clears any Pinned documents in Office 2010. Can this be stopped or added as an option? Interestingly the pinned items on the Jump List aren't cleared. I've also requested MS syncronise these as they seem to work independantly at the minute. 2 - Wipe Free Space - Any chance this can be configured into a proper tool with the ability to wipe selected folders and files? 3 - Can we have an option to sort the Start and Favorites Menu including subfolders? Thanks...
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