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MikeW

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    Hi, thanks for your comments. We recently had to make these changes to CCleaner because of changes that Microsoft have made to the way that IE stores data. The data that you're trying to clean is now saved in a database similar to Edge which cannot be cleaned while IE has access to it.
     
    Reverting to an older version of CCleaner like 5.19 will only resolve the issue if you're using an older version of Windows and IE, however if you're running the latest version of these, CCleaner will not clean IE correctly and will not warn the user of this.
     
    This does mean that for the current and future versions of CCleaner, IE will need to be closed to be cleaned. We understand that this may be frustrating for some users but unfortunately this is our of our control.
     
    Thanks! :)

     

    As I am on Win7 and IE this should not be necessary. Perhaps you should have a separate version for win 10

  2. Seems to me you have not experience the true meaning of browser freedom ! ;)

     

     

    It seems to me that you would rather knock a product than try it. I have at least tried the other alternatives and not found them to my taste.

  3. The last two updates work fine for me with no problems at all (except of course the GUI) I've been Beta testing for some time, and believe version 2 was released far to soon, however this version seems more stable so far.

     

    Most of the problems have been with XP and many users have been asked to go back to 1.75 until all problems have been identified.

  4. Lenovo has requested that this be posted on sites where we are active.

    On March 27, 2014, Lenovo voluntarily recalled certain lithium-ion batteries. These batteries were manufactured for use with ThinkPad notebook computers that shipped worldwide between October 2010 and April 2011. Lenovo is offering replacement batteries free of charge regardless of warranty status.

     View March 27, 2014 battery recall FAQs.(see link below).

     Lenovo sold the batteries with new notebook computers or as optional or replacement batteries on the models listed below.

         ThinkPad T410, T420, T510, W510, X100E, X120E, X200, X201, X201s Series
         Edge 11, Edge 13, and Edge 14 Series
         Option P/Ns 43R9255, 51J0500, 57Y4186, 57Y4564, 57Y4565, 57Y4625, 57Y4559, 43R9254, 0A36277

     These models may have shipped with 3-cell, 4-cell, 6-cell or 9-cell batteries.

    Until a replacement battery arrives, you should turn off the system, remove the battery, and only power your ThinkPad by plugging in the AC adapter and power cord.

     Details and instructions:http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/detail.page?DocID=HF004122&rd=1

     

     

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