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  1. At least almost all the spam has stopped. I do agree with the first post being about software is usually spam. We have alot of members, but the regulars post everyday. Usually the newcomers will only post once or twice.



  2. v1.02.095 Beta

    - Added drag select to list view

    - Tree view now expands on double click

    - Disabled right click menu in list view column headers

    - Improvements to SD card compatibility

    - Tick all column is now fixed width

    - Double hard NTFS algorithm issue finally fixed

    - Updated string table

    - Fixed layout issue with 120dpi

    - Fixed issue with right click menu

    - Cleared issue that caused the tick boxes to not redraw



  3. Yes, Dell's tech support is the worst. Just believe me on that. The Vista laptop is twice as better than the XP, you don't want Intel graphics. Stick with ATI.

  4. I have tried many cleaning programs (I had Windows Washer before I found CCleaner). I found CCleaner to have the easiest and neatest GUI, plus other options (easy access to them). Plus, it's very easy to add more cleaning items yourself.


    I have been with CCleaner for over a year, I joined the team knowing CCleaner would be something big. I wasn't wrong, it's getting bigger and bigger with every new release.


    You will find in many cases freeware or open source can be better than shareware. But when it comes to productivity programs, you have to buy. Like Adobe Photoshop CS2/CS3, Flash MX, Maya 3D, and so on....


    Kaspersky is a very good anti-virus, but personal Anti-Vir is the best AV I have ever had. I have Anti-Vir PE Premium and ClamWin.

  5. Exactly! If people would just at the very minimum study the winapp2.ini file or even the winapp.ini file included with CC they'd be able to figure out how to craft their own cleaning routines.


    As for adding torrent clients like uTorrent, etc., I don't really think it would be that practical because if you have something like CC remove .torrent files you may end up with some rather serious headaches like lost downloads, etc.


    Figuring out how to make entries really isn't that hard. If I can do it, anyone can. I only know a very bit of programming (just enough for NSIS), making entries is really easy. It's just copying and pasting the directory or registry string location. You can do it all just by right clicking, the only thing that people might not get is the parameters, but I have them all listed in the Beginner's Guide in plain English.


    Some programs you just can't add (like Photoshop CS3), programs nowadays can getting more compact with their files and only using the registry when they have too. You will notice all the big software companies will store all their history, settings, options, and so on in one file. But, all the smaller independent software companies/people will store them in the registry (sometimes in an ini file). It's just easier to program that way.


    As far as torrent clients I agree with Andavari on this, I did have a torrent client in winapp2.ini, but removed it. It would clean the .torrent file, but it would clear all your part downloads or current downloads. So, I doubt I will be adding anymore torrent clients to winapp2.ini.

  6. Piriform grants you a limited non-exclusive licence to use this software for any purpose, including commercial applications and redistribute it freely, subject to the following restrictions:


    1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not claim that you wrote the original software.

    2. You must not alter the software, user licence or installer in any way.

    3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any distribution.

    4. You may not resell or charge for the software.

    5. You may not reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, derive the source code of or modify [or create derivative work from] the program.

    6. You must not use CCleaner to engage in or allow others to engage in any illegal activity.

    7. You may not claim any sponsorship by, endorsement by, or affiliation with our company.

    8. You acknowledge that Piriform owns the copyright and all associated intellectual property rights relating to the software.

  7. There are things about this world, we don't know nor will ever understand. Even the greatest minds that have ever lived, believed in them (or something along them lines).


    I have seen stuff, humans aren't suppose to see. We were just teenagers and didn't know what we were doing. (VERY BAD STUFF!)


    People like to laugh, say your dumb, and crap like that. They are simple minded and don't have an open mind.


    Here is a very famous quote and it's very very true.


    "People fear what they don't understand."

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