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  1. I wonder which is which if that is the case. When I am feeling brave I will have a go. I used One Drive a couple of times but don't think it is very straightforward. Thanks for your thoughts.
  2. I quite agree and it wasn't until I looked in Task View and tried to delete the files that I realised there was a problem. To make matters worse I now see that I have two folders with the same Activities Cache files in. I think I might copy them into Docs and delete and see what happens. I hate technology and Microsoft doesn't seem to pick up these things. Thanks for you input.
  3. Reading the entire thread, it suggests that there are three files that need to be deleted. As you say I could move them to a separate folder and see what happens and if necessary move them back again. If, following this operation the history will start recording again, I assume that means that the files are re-created. I am amazed that after this length of time Microsoft hasn't done something about this.
  4. Many thanks. I hadn't seen this but another version of similar advice. The problem is that when I found ActivitiesCache.db it wasn't a folder but a single file so I didn't know how to delete the files in a folder that didn't exist. I thought that it would be wiser to leave well alone.
  5. I have discovered that only some of the activities in Task View will delete. This is not through CCleaner but by own manual operation. Most of the deleted activities remain in a silhouette/transparent form and cannot be deleted at all. I have trawled the net but cannot find a satisfactory solution. Does anyone else have this problem and is there any way CCleaner will remove these activities? Win 10 V. 1909. Any help please?
  6. Thanks, I am not a techie and wouldn't dare go near the registry.
  7. I regularly use CCleaner on IE and Edge but for the first time today I received a message telling me that Edge could not be cleaned because I need to disable pre-launching and pre- loading. I am directed to here: https://www.ccleaner.com/docs/ccleaner/troubleshooting/how-to-disable-pre-launching-and-pre-loading-so-ccleaner-can-fully-clean-edge I appreciate that there are other posts on this subject but why has this problem affected me for the first time today and how long will the fix take that is referred to on the web page? Easy Clean works but assume that it is not cleaning Edge. I am very reluctant to start playing around with my computer's settings. Also it is odd that these two items do not appear in the Start Up menu. Any thoughts please?
  8. I turn my beast off at night so I am not permanently connected.
  9. I don't even have the 1809 update but "Easy Clean" still vanishes and re-appears.
  10. Thanks so much, that's interesting. I had no idea.
  11. Just recently when using CCleaner I have to force Edge to close when it isn't open and hasn't been open. In fact I rarely use Edge. Any ideas please?
  12. Yes, thank you, and I am afraid that a lot of this is technically beyond me. They talk in a different language. I found some undeleted cookies in Internet Options/Settings/View Files and deleted them manually but don't understand why CCleaner and IE are not deleting Passwords and Cookies. MS and Piriform need to look into this.
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