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  1. Suggestions for winapp.ini and winapp2.ini.... Sometimes the MRU is saved in an INI-File. But not the complete file should be deleted, because there are also program-settings in the INI-File. One example is the MRU saved in the INI-File by FreeCommander: In the german-located version: - the INI-File ist saved under C:\Programme\FreeCommander\FreeCommander.ini - In the group [Form] the set the Settings from "Dir1=Path" and "Dir2=Path" to "Dir1=" and "Dir2=" - delete all from group [HistoryDir1] - delete all from group [HistoryDir2] - delete all from group [HistoryFileSelect] - delete all from group [History_Pack] - delete all from group [History_Unpack] - delete all from group [History_Split] Also other Software like "1st Page 2000", "ArcSoft PhotoStudio 5", "burnatonce", "CatsCradle" and a lot more saves the MRU in INI-Files, which can not be complete deleted, because there are other settings saved in the same file. Sometimes the Software writes the location of the INI-Files (even other MRU-files) to the registry. To find these files, CCleander can use the key. Example (by FreeCommander): HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\FreeCommander_is1\InstallLocation This can be useful, if the location of the MRU-File can be set by the user. A further example is "Adobe Photoshop": Reg.-key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE|SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Adobe Photoshop 5.0 Limited Edition|InstallLocation Under the Path saved in the key "InstallLocation" the INI-File "\Prefs\Phot50LE.ini".
  2. In the German Translation is little mistake for the Cleaning Settings. The German Translation for Self-Defined Directories and Files is "Denutzerdefinierte Dateien und Ordner". The right translation is "Benutzerdefinierte Dateien und Ordner".
  3. I just downloaded and installed the Beta (v1.27.242) and it seems, that this Version also cleans the Cache of Firefox 1.5.
  4. Sorry, i forgot to say, that I'm currently using the User-Defined Cleaning to clean the Firefox 1.5 Cache, so it isn't a problem, but perhaps a bug in CCleaner.
  5. Hello. First: CCleaner is a perfect tool to temove temporary and old files. I like it very much. I'm using the CCleaner v1.26.218 and Mozilla Firefox v1.5. In the Firefox Version 1.5 the Cache is saved under C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\USERNAME\Lokale Einstellungen\Anwendungsdaten\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles (in German), but this Directory is not clear, after the CCleaner was running. Kind Regards, Cruzer83
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