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Mad Doctor

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  1. Wow! That solved the mystery! I unchecked the option, and it seems to be working now - unfortunately I have no more temp files to try, but I think it will work because CCleaner found 20 files and cleaned 20 files, which is a step in the right direction I know about the problems with the file age on Windows, but I didn't know how exactly CCleaner decides whether to clean a file or not. Thank you very much for the help! I'll test again as soon as any new temp files appear
  2. Yeah, I can delete them, they are just temporary files. I'm deleting them manually for some time now, and with the new temp files is all the same. About the SP3, I don't think that it has something to do with this issue. I've installed all windows updates released so far, except SP3, but SP3 essentially is all this updates in one package. I've also tested the portable version on 2-3 PCs with XP SP2 and the result is the same - almost all the files in Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temp are not cleaned at all, which is very frustrating because this is one of the simplest things
  3. Only the first folders in the temp directory are visible from the screenshot, but there are definitely a lot of files that should be deleted and are not in use - like old setups, update packages and other stuff. The weird thing is that CCleaner cleaned all the files before (the 2.x versions). I'm posting two more screenshots from another PC, also with WIN XP SP2.
  4. I'm using CCleaner portable on Windows XP SP2. I've noticed an issue with the System/Temporary files option. When I first run Analyze it shows a correct summary of the files to be deleted (files in Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Temp). Then, if I run Analyze again or hit Run Cleaner, the summary shows only a few files for cleaning/deleted. And indeed the files in the Temp folder are still there. The CCleaner will show the correct summary again only if I reboot the PC, but again, it won't clean the files. Am I missing something? P.S. - I'm not sure since which version this issu
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