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  1. Gents, I don't believe this folder is only created by accessing it from a non-Windows device because of it behavior (although I use DB on Windows, Ubuntu and Android): if I have 'Chrome 15.exe' in a DB folder, and I upload 'Chrome 16.exe' and remove 'Chrome 15.exe', then the latter file is put into my cache folder with a '(deleted <GUID>)' extension. The cache folder is only visible when having unchecked 'Hide protected OS files', however, there is always a possibility to just jump into that folder by typing it in Explorer or via the 'Run' dialog. So if you remove files then the
  2. Hi, I still see no support for cleaning the Dropbox cache. The dropbox cache (in <dropbox folder>\.dropbox.cache) can contain gigabytes of old data *and* sensitive information (for the latter: in case you unselect certain sensitive folders in order to prevent syncing them, these folders are still kept in the cache while they are not visible anymore). This is an old feature request: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=23689 I'm not sure if the SABnzbd cache is supported in the meantime, if not, this is also a candidate to clean.
  3. Thanks for your reply MrT. I tried this, and it works on Windows 7 but not on Windows XP, i.e. CCleaner doesn't find any files for SecondProfile (of course the APPDATA root path differs on XP). Further, in my opinion this is not the right place to put a second Chrome profile since it potentially interferes with Chrome's data structure of the Default profile. The structure of the Default profile looks like this: C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data |- [Default] | |- [Cache] | |- [databases] | |- [etcetera...] |- [Temp] |- Files When I put my S
  4. I've installed v3.03 since it would be able to clean multiple profiles in Google Chrome. For the record: I've installed Chrome using the Google Pack, i.e. one central (automatically updated) Chrome app instead of all kind of local apps scattering around. I've setup another profile as recommended on various internet sites, by creating a new shortcut to Chrome and adding the --user-data option. The full shortcut (on Win7) looks as follows: "C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --user-data-dir="C:\Users\Victor\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\SecondProfile". After starting C
  5. Great job Flaboy! This is the first highly annoying bug for me in CCleaner in years. Unfortunately a CCleaner update isn't available yet for this serious problem...
  6. Or a proper looking and functioning zip/unzip program. Perhaps not the most obvious choice since there is 7-zip, however 7-zip version 9.20 sucks on Windows 7 (released after two years of development!). Not to speak about the horrible GUI...
  7. A proper and intuitive file/folder sync program. One that supports sync profiles. There isn't any good free one out there.
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