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  1. It's built to be a very minimal and fast browser. So there is no support for extensions or themes, no feature to save passwords/login data, etc. It has bookmarks, a bookmarks bar, Clear Private Data, and a few others. I use a portable version I created in PortableApps.com Format. Runs quite nicely off of my flash drive.
  2. I'm not asking for it to be too aggressive. I just think that TrashReg is a quality program and if I am using the registry cleaner in CCleaner, then there should be no reason why I should also have to run TrashReg in order to clean the null entries that CCleaner missed.
  3. Hm. I could have swore I had a stable release. Well then, maybe when it's out of beta. It was in Alpha phase before and it said so in the downloaded installer, but now it just says with no alpha or beta afterward.
  4. MxNitro (Maxthon Nitro) is a very new, yet incredibly fast and minimal browser. I'd like to see support for this browser.
  5. There are only two registry cleaners that I trust and use: CCleaner and TrashReg (a.k.a. Registry Trash Keys Finder) Every time I use the Registry Cleaner in CCleaner, it seems TrashReg always finds entries that CCleaner has missed. Why is this? I think CCleaner should incorporate the same cleaning methods that TrashReg uses because then I feel like CCleaner would "cover all bases".
  6. They did. I'm not 100% savvy about this kind of thing. I just know that 360 Browser does not show up in the cleaning options in CCleaner. I'm told that the browser is based on an older version of Chrome. Just thought it might be helpful to mention that SpeedyFox recognizes the profile folder as Opera.
  7. Please add support for cleaning and optimizing of 360 Browser More information can be found here. It is a Chrome-based browser but when I use SpeedyFox to optimize the profile folder, it is reported as an Opera-based browser. Just thought that information would be helpful.
  8. Please add support for Torch Browser (chromium-based)
  9. Not according to my CCleaner. I have Google Chrome and Comodo IceDragon installed. Chrome appears fine in CCleaner's list but IceDragon does not. I think it is because Dragon/IceDragon save their profile settings in a different directory (as I posted above) than Chrome/Firefox do.
  10. Please add support for Comodo Dragon and Comodo IceDragon Dragon is based on Chromium and saves profile data to: %USER%\AppData\Local\Comodo\Dragon\Profiles IceDragon is based on Firefox and saves profile data to: %USER%\AppData\Local\Comodo\IceDragon\Profiles
  11. To each his own. You are the one who mentioned it in the first place so please don't get upset when I am simply trying to help.
  12. You spoke too soon. Try visiting the link, first. It clearly states that the uninstall program is NOT created by Comodo
  13. You should try an uninstall program such as IObit Uninstaller or Revo Uninstaller (both freeware) Also, see here. Uninstaller Tool for Comodo Products http://forums.comodo.com/install-setup-configuration-help-cis/uninstaller-tool-for-comodo-products-t71897.0.html If that doesn't help, check the other threads in that forum.
  14. COMODO Firewall has long been considered one of the best free firewalls you can get. The only real downfall is the download size, but the program uses little system resources so that is a plus. As for reliability, I can't justify one way or the other. I've used the program in the past but this was a few versions back. I'm sure it's still an excellent choice and if you can't decide which antivirus program to run alongside it, go grab COMODO Internet Security
  15. Not trying to bump an old thread but was there ever any word if this was being considered...?
  16. Absolutely love the simplicity of Binisoft Windows Firewall Control. Perfectly integrates into the Windows 7 Firewall. I use a custom HOSTS file, immunization from Spybot-S&D and SpywareBlaster and then OpenDNS for extra sexurity. PC Tools Firewall Plus.is an excellent choice as well. That's what I use on my Windows XP machine.
  17. deviantART.com is also one of the most-recognized sites for submitting icons and templates for programs. Developers often go to that site when they are looking for suggestions.
  18. Revo is an excellent program but can cause problems if used by newbies because it can sometimes report unrelated items after an uninstallation and removing those items will cause other programs to malfunction. It's best to be safe and only use the built-in uninstaller, in my personal opinion. Just speaking from past experience with Revo Uninstaller, IObit Uninstaller, Your Uninstaller! and Total Uninstall.
  19. Too bad the Uninstall tool doesn't categorize apps into tabbed groups such as Security, Utilities, Toolbars, etc. Or even if CCleaner had a built-in function that worked like PC Decrapifier.
  20. Would be nice if you could add the ability to checkmark programs listed in the uninstall tool. The user could select multiple items, click Uninstall and after one uninstall completes, the next one automatically begins. An example of this can be seen in the program IObit Uninstaller. This would be useful for those who use the portable version on others' computers and use it to remove crapware such as toolbars and pre-installed bloatware.
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