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  1. Oh Okay, but I wasn't since you can see I quoted VanguardLH. I'm booted to Windows 7 IE11 anyway and what Augeas was posting about was a different setup, and so there's nothing I could comment on. It's all good though, thanks for the reply, appreciated the thought. PS. Did I say how much I appreciate CCleaner, as well as Recuva - both Excellent programs!
  2. Hey not so fast - I am absolutely not on any websites side in any way shape or form, and did not intend for it to sound that way. I said that it needs to be enabled by default since some sites I need to visit don't work right otherwise, and so in the thought to have a decent browsing experience and work right I need it to be set enabled and rightly so. The problem with websites using DOM Storage for cheating to get information, well I Always try very hard Not to let that happen since I run CCleaner a lot ! ..especially after I make a purchase, visit any of my financial, or anything half important, etc, I run it; even at that I run CCleaner at least once a day anyway. You 'may' have a tone with your post, but I am not going to take it personal because I like what your information stands for and so in that light I do support the technical information of what you've said, which is good stuff. My intentions are and always will be totally toward privacy and at the same time user functionality. Yes it's slightly easier to use the 'Include' function to include the option, however without question I like to see the DOMStore* entry Listed in CCleaner even more, and is why I prefer it, after all it only takes 2 seconds to copy/paste the winapp2.ini file, done. Anyway, all good stuff, and it's all good. Yes CCleaner's owners/coders should absolutely have this option already included, but I'm not waiting around for them to see something so obvious; not to mention it would one more accomplishment to add to the list of good marketing promotion of the product. Happy Holidays Everyone
  3. I don't think compromise is the right word here. DOM Storage is set enabled by default and rightly so, since you would Not want it disabled all the time since it would cause problems with some websites not rendering properly. We've confirmed and found that out the hard way. It's already been expressed that we would like Cleaner engineers to add a check box for DOM Storage cleaning for those that use Internet Explorer so that it would clear itself automatically during a regular run cleaner session. In the meantime, for IE users on Windows 7 anyway, it's so darn easy to add that checkbox yourself !!! Simply download the attached winapp2.txt file from post 11, rename its extension to winapp2.ini, and place it in your programs folder: C:\Program Files\CCleaner Next time you open CCleaner click the tabs of: Cleaner> Applications> ...and you will see at the very bottom under the Internet Explorer listing, an entry called: DOMStore* ...just put a checkmark in the box, and that's all there is to it. ...you can right click on it and click Analyze if you want and you'll see all the things listed. Next time and from now on Every time, you run CCleaner it will automatically clear all that out. I never think about this subject anymore, it just automatically gets taken care of when I run CCleaner
  4. ..and thank you for your help Andavari; also thanks to everyone in the thread which I've already expressed. In the past years for privacy or whatever, it was always advised to have the Internet Explorer Options of DOMStore disabled so that it would not store information from your website visits, etc. Come to find out for 'some' websites having it disabled 'Does Cause Dysfunction' and it took me too many years to narrow it down to that setting! ...fixed Also the neat thing besides having that portion of the internet work better now, is with CCleaner whenever I want with one click, I can now remove all the DOMStore saved information along with the rest of what CCleaner does so good.. ..is a Great Program indeed, and so for sure thanks to the programs owners/coders as well.
  5. Hi dvdbane, Yes! that was easy! It works! Before I tried what you said, just to save it I made a copy of yesterdays ccleaner.ini with those Include entires from VanguardLH which had worked fine that way too, and replaced the ccleaner.ini to the days prior with my regular settings; then I copied the winapp2.ini which Adavari made (identical to the one I made) and placed that, and started ccleaner, and yes DOMStore* is listed now under the Applications tab at the very bottom under the header Internet Explorer with DOMStore its only listing. I just used Analyze on it first for the heck of it to check it's entires for the DOMStore folders contents and they showed up, great...then I ran ccleaner as normally, and it works...it emptied the DOMStore folder. Thanks so much!
  6. using IE11 in Win7 On post #1 where it says ''Direct Download'' I relalize I can just rename it to .ini afterwards, but why when I double click to download winapp2.ini, it just opens in html, or if I right click and save target as, it still wants to save as an html? I want it so that when I double click to download it that my browser pops up the dialog 'save as' box like it normally does with all my other downloads. It does not matter whether I enable Internet Options Mime Sniffing or not, which I thought maybe was the issue so I changed it one way or another. What am I missing?
  7. Good Morning Adavari, Thank you for all your replies to be of help! fwiw, using the Include, I see that the "Custom Files and Folders" gets automatically ticked whenever you hit the Add button and Include extra things for it to do, confirmed, but thank you very much for thinking about that issue and letting me know just in case. I am very handy for sure, but I've spent an hour trying to get this to work but for whatever reason I just couldn't get it to show up like you have in your IE_DOMStore.png ! I have tried it every which way. It's got me bugged because I am very capable and I need to scratch this itch, and even though I can easily use what VanguardLH said, I still just for the sake of it, would also like to understand what I am not doing right for your way. I must be missing a detail or something easy. Last night I got it to run with the larger winapp2.ini and as it said, CCleaner is slow to open yes, but I saw all the listings in there, most all of which I don't want or need, but as mentioned I just want to do one DOMStore extra thing so last night from your first reply I had already taken what you typed: [DOMStore*] LangSecRef=3001 Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer Default=False FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStore|*.*|RECURSE ..and had pasted that into a text file and had renamed it to winapp2.ini and put it in the CCleaner folder and ran the trim.bat. I saw the #TRIMMER folder appear, etc, but I am never able to get DOMStore to appear in my CCleaner like you show in your screenshot of IE_DOMStore.png ! I have always had UAC always turned off, but I get YOU MUST NOT "Run Cleaner" - ONLY Click "Analyze" After Analysis please CLOSE CCleaner so script may continue. Press any key to continue . . . 9:33:44.12 - 9:32:39.45 = 64670 mSec = Using "CCLEANER.EXE /DEBUG" F A I L U R E to detect any applicable WinApp2 [Applications *] - Probably due to U.A.C. blocking CCLEANER.EXE /DEBUG Suggest trying trim using "Right Click" then "Run As Administrator" Hit any key to close this window, then retry via "Run As Administrator"
  8. <edited quote> Vanguard, your first (and subsequesnt replies) is what Google searching brought me to this year because I've always had my Internet Options> Advanced tab for "Enable DOM Storage" ....unchecked = disabled, and is like I have always done for many years throughout the different versions of OS's and their respective IE versions I used, but little did I know until yesterday that the reasons why I was having problems with some websites not working right, was that unless I had that option "Enable DOM Storage" check marked = Enabled, that they would not render properly. It's great to finally get that problem fixed! Now this was easy for me to do, and it works well. Thank you for starting this thread, and all of your replies, appreciated ! again, I too vote for and wish, Cleaner also had a check box for DOM Storage using Internet Explorer, to clear itself automatically too.
  9. Thank you for your reply. I tried to figure out how to do it for the last 15 minutes. I'll have to read it all again in the morning, it's been a long day at work and I'm spent I guess I don't see any step by step instructions how to do this though. I tried my best, when I was done I don't see any listing of DOMStore as your screenshot shows. Need Sleep First to rejuvenate, Thank you
  10. I would like to put my vote in to have CCleaner put in a checkbox to clear the DOMStore cache also. In the meantime, Andavari, would you please explain a little more in detail exactly what I need to do right now to set CCleaner to do this too please. I want to set my CCleaner up to clear DOMStore each time I run CCleaner too. I use IE11 on Windows 7 fwiw Clearing the DOMStore cache is only extra thing I want to add on to CCleaners function. Thank you edit, I just found your thread about "Winapp2.ini additions" I have to read it more, but again Clearing the DOMStore cache is only extra thing I want to add on to CCleaners function and I say that since after reading your first page you're saying that: "A large ini such as this one can cause a slower startup for ccleaner......" etc ...and that has me concerned, I don't think I want to use the whole trim.bat thing it seems complicated, since again the only extra thing I'd like CCleaner to do besides what it does already automatically now, is to also clear the DOMStore cache. I just need a little guidance about this please. I just wish CCleaner had this as a checkbox to do it automatically
  11. When it comes to Windows 7 and IE10, is it correct to assume that the coders are aware that it's not currently cleaning IE10 properly and are working on it? ...and when they are done the goal is that CCleaner will soon be able to clear all areas of IE just as thoroughly as it did before, especially! clear all the areas that the previous index.dat files reign took care of but now clean them within their new name and environment. Are those assumptions correct ? In the meantime is okay to use CCleaner as long as we uncheck all the boxes under the Internet Explorer header? Thank you much.
  12. More info onto my last post as it relates to Win7 IE10 It looks like in IE10 the index.dat files are now named 'container.dat' instead, and I can see in the half dozen places where there was an index.dat file it was 'replaced' with a container dat ...interesting. Also I notice that that in CCleaner IE tab right clicking on the index.dat listing, and clicking the Analyze button, no data shows up for it anymore. I noticed to edit my message here properly I had to put this Piriform website in Compatibility Mode in order for things to work right. My bank works better in Compatibility Mode too... ...I can't tell if the problem is a Compatibility Mode issue with all these websites as they relate to working properly with IE10 - I just don't know it's too soon to tell, yet. I don't think ..at this point with CCleaner v3.28.1913 the index.dat rather now called container.dat files, are getting cleaned anymore!
  13. I had the same problem with IE10 on Win7 too. I wondered why I could not get things to work on my banks website after I ran CC hope this issue is figured out
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