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  1. Hi Kroozer, I saw that before. Thanks. The problem is that in v2.09.391 (64-bit), the second-step options do not seem to exist. Clicking SETTINGS does not bring up BOOT TIME DEFRAG or PRIORITY, and I could not find those options elsewhere. Regards, Alan
  2. Defraggler says my hard drive is 41% defragmented, but Windows 7 64-bit says it is 0% defragmented. What gives? Regards, Alan
  3. Thanks Dennis, I am only now checking back, and a few days before you posted this, my wife was in a rather severe accident that resulted in both her hips being fractured. I haven't been spending much time on the computer as I've mostly been at the hospital and now the rehab nursing home. If you get a response from the admin, I'd love to hear their response and what, if anything, they intend on doing about this. Unexpected piggyback software may bring in some bucks, but it sure causes a lot of ill will, and surely, community good will has some monetary value. It seems penny-wise and
  4. Hi Superfast, I looked around for portable versions and versions not encumbered on the Piriform site, but I didn't see any. Would you mind pointing me to where I can get it for Ccleaner, Defraggler, and Speccy? Hi Dennis, Of course, the moderators are volunteers, not the decision makers who determine how the product is packaged and distributed. Thanks for your kind words. I hope someone in a position of authority will acknowledge that this concern was raised. Regards, AlanStan
  5. Good. I hope someone official from Piriform will acknowledge here on this forum that this complaint was made. Regards, AlanStan
  6. Hi Redhawk and Winapp2, Thanks for the replies. I usually exercise caution about looking for piggyback installs. And I appreciate Winapp's statement that an initial lag in the installation routine can cause the user to hit "next" button before the warning screen about the piggyback install has had a chance to appear. Presumably, this "glitch" was not deliberately designed into the installer. At least, I want to believe that it is not deliberate. Nevertheless, the user who gets caught up in this will find it infuriating. Apparently, Chrome makes changes to the registry th
  7. I am using Windows XP, SP3. I have been using CC Cleaner and Defraggler for years, and so last night, I decided to give Speccy a try. The Speccy installer also installed Chrome, and I did not know it had done this until some time later. Chrome became my default browser. I did not want this as I am an enthusiastic Firefox user and had it set up with lots of bookmarks and menu customization. So I went into my Firefox, clicked on tools/options/advanced/check now in order to reset Firefox as my default. But clicking on a URL link in a Notetab Pro file opened the URL up in Chrome. I re
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