I use Win7 SP1 and Google Chrome as my browser, both fully updated. I have used Ccleaner for a long time to ensure that my browsing is not tracked, i.e. removal of all cookies, amongst its other benefits. I have recently been recommended to use SUPERAntiSpyware and notice that this always finds loads of Cookies, even after I have run Ccleaner. These are in C:\users\user\appdata\Local\google\chrome\UserData\Default\Cookies Can Ccleaner not be arranged so as to remove these cookies?
I would like to see some fairly basic documentation explaining what the (possibly more advanced) tabs are all about. For instance, in the HEALTH tab, what exactly are the entries in the table trying to tell us? Some of it is counter-intuitive, e.g. my Seek Error Rate is shown as REAL VALUE - 0; CURRENT - 81; WORST - 60; THRESHOLD - 30. What is the difference between the Real and Current Values? How can the Current value be higher than the Worst value? And what is Threshold the threshold of?