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camper

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  1. By the time February rolls around, I'll have a workaround in place. Instead of my desktop shortcut calling ccleaner with the /shutdown option, it will call a command file that first calls ccleaner, and then the windows shutdown command. So don't trouble yourself on my part. Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. c:\users\mgm>shutdown /? Usage: shutdown [/i | /l | /s | /r | /g | /a | /p | /h | /e] [/f] [/m \\computer][/t xxx][/d [p|u:]xx:yy [/c "comment"]] No args Display help. This is the same as typi
  2. The list of programs on the Applications tab contains some older versions of programs that I have upgraded. For example, I am currently running Avast 8.0, yet ccleaner also lists Avast 5 and Avast 6 on the application tab. Ditto for Foxit Reader 5 and Foxit Reader 6. What does ccleaner use to determine the presence of application? Why does ccleaner think older versions are still present, is it partial uninstalls? Might it be possible to add a capability in ccleaner to clean up these partially-uninstalled old versions?
  3. I have only tried LibreOffice Writer so far. The recently used files option on the Files menu shows all of the files I recently edited in Writer, even after I run ccleaner. LibreOffice 3.5 (also occurred on version 3.4.5) Windows 7, 64 bit ccleaner 3.15.1643 (64 bit)
  4. Then why does CCleaner have the password removal option for Firefox/Mozilla if it is not needed? All I am asking is for the two applications, Thunderbird and Firefox, to be treated as two separate applications.
  5. I use the Thunderbird email client and also the Firefox browser. I want Thunderbird to remember passwords. I do not want Firefox to remember passwords. So I configured ccleaner to remove Mozilla/Firefox passwords. Up to and including version 3.03, ccleaner worked as I expected. However, with version 3.04 a bug was introduced that deletes the Thunderbird passwords when I have Firefox password removal checked. Can Firefox and Thunderbird processing be split into two separate applications on the checklist of what is to be deleted? Windows 7, 64-bit, not SP1 yet.
  6. I use FireFox (v3.6.10) as my browser and ccleaner (v2.35.1219) on Windows 7 - 64bit ccleaner was able to clean up enough (or maybe all) of the "evercookie" so that I was assigned a new, different evercookie the next time I visited that site. One thing to keep in mind about the evercookie --- flash cookies and regular cookies are limited in that they can be accessed only by the site that created them. evercookie has no such limits. The javascript, regardless of the site from which it is run, will be able to read any evercookie on your disk, regardless of the site that created it
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