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  1. Andavari - thanks to your post, I persisted and went through the registry HKCU and HKLM, eliminating Adobe Reader 8.0 entries and I was successful in removing it from CCleaner Application menu. They really leave a lot of crap when an older version Adobe Reader is uninstalled - almost criminal. Thanks again!
  2. Thanks for the reply - you are correct - I found additional registry entries at HKCU\Software|Adobe\Acrobat Reader 8.0. I deleted that, but it doesn't solve the CCleaner problem. I had not only used the Adobe Uninstaller, but manually cleaned files using Windows Search, cleaned with CCleaner, EasyCleaner, and RegSeeker, deleting anything that had Adobe Reader 8.0. As you stated, obviously there are additional files which are still on the disk. I appreciate your response.
  3. I uninstalled Adobe Reader 8 and installed Adobe Reader 9 -Windows Add/Remove Programs are correct, showing Adobe Reader 9. However, under Applications in CC, Adobe Reader 8 still shows. Under Tools>Uninstall in CC, it does not. Is there something I need to do to "fix" the Applications category in CC? Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.
  4. Just curious - does it also erase Windows Defender Scan History so WD doesn't think a scan has been run and flags the icon with a yellow slash? I have been having this problem on one of my home pc's but not on the other. Windows Defender is checked in Applications on both. This was about to drive me nuts - I scanned WD only to come back later (after running CC) to find that no scan history existed for WD - and the message "it has been more than 10 days since a scan was run" - with the yellow flagged icon in taskbar.
  5. I think you made a wise choice - at least for now.
  6. JohnBurns


    Good idea - I reverted mine back to 1.41.544 also, until an update which work properly is released.
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    Slower here on both home pc's too. Takes two runs across to clean. Hope they fix it soon.
  8. I agree totally. I have tried various ms styles, including WindowBlinds, Vista Pack, etc. and I just keep coming back to Windows Classic. It is simple and clean - well stated.
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