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  1. Yeah that doesn't work. There are other addy's/ip's that pop up and continue to pop up. Sure hope they fix this or this app will die a painful death.
  2. I have to disagree with you Nergal. If a piece of software is forcefully taking information without my permission and not allowing me to opt out, it is spyware. Try blocking it with your firewall. You will see that after you exit Ccleaner, the task is still open and cannot be killed. I don't like anyone taking information from my system without my permission...and I 1st want to see that info before it is shipped out.
  3. Since updating Ccleaner from v5.40.6411, I have been nagged with firewall warning at the end of cleaning. If I block it, the task remains open in the background. If another session is opened and then again blocked, that session again is open in the background with no way to kill the task unless you reboot. I have since reverted back to v5.40.6411. Why is there a need to Ccleaner to cal home?
  4. @ Winapp2.ini - Been playing around with the Winapp2ool, coming along very nicely. Suggestion, why not have the DIFF module output to a TXT file vs CONSOLE?
  5. How often is the Master file updated?
  6. Not to be a nag, but the internal version/date does not reflect the CCLEANER version and the date of the change. The INI says it is v5.26.170306, but it should actually be Version: v5.28.170324
  7. Incorrect assumprion. Dates and version number are needed to keep track of changes made to a file to determine if it could be accidentally filled with errors or that changes have been made . To be honest, I never felt a need to download a new INI file since I always look within the file 1st to see if the version/date changed
  8. The problem with this is that it executes unix2dos.exe Winapp2.ini but does not check to see if unix2dos.exe exists on the system to make the conversion.
  9. Will it recognize the INI file if you run it as a portable? @ ROCKNROLL - Since v5.25 has been released, maybe update the INI version to match the new release with any updates, this way you do not have to update the INI file until a new version of Ccleaner is released.
  10. Nice work guys. I just ran the TRIM.BAT and id does come up with 2578 CREATING FALSE/TRUE VARIANTS #_ZAP_WINAPP2.INI + #_DEBUG_ZAP_WINAPP2.INI 14:32:13.74 - 14:32:05.92 = 7820 mSec = Counted 2578 Configuration blocks
  11. Awesome One more thing I forgot to mention and I do not know how he gets that figure. Just below the version number, there is this: ; Notes ; # of entries: 2,579 Unless he can tell us, my suggestion would be to eliminate that count until a correct number of entries count can be placed within the file
  12. By looking at the version number in the file Version: v5.21.160816 that tells me it's for Ccleaner v5.21 and file release date of August 16, 2016 We are currently on v5.24.5839 and you updated the INI file on December 09,2016, so I would venture to say that internal version number should be v5.24.161209 So I would suggest you also make that change when updating the final INI file to be downloaded so there is a way for the users to keep track of which file they have.
  13. Version number has not been updated ; Version: v5.21.160816 ; Application Cleaning file
  14. Why isn't the version number updated within the file? The one I am currently using shows: ; Version: v5.21.160816 ; Application Cleaning file ; ; Notes ; # of entries: 2,570 The one currently posted shows: ; Version: v5.21.160816 ; Application Cleaning file ; ; Notes ; # of entries: 2,577
  15. Will be there be an update to WINAPP2.INI? V5.11.151026 is still posted
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