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Posts posted by TwistedMetal

  1. It could be the Temp Variables, if he set D: as his temp folder. But, that would be user error, and dumb on his part if he did, because any program would clean the same.

  2. It wasn't really the problem, why it was deleted, it was the way he did the post (his attitude). The Temp Variable has been fixed and none of us can reproduce this problem. Some of the stuff he was saying, I don't think is even possible to do with CCleaner, I have tried everything I could on my test pc to screw anything up, and I have had no luck.


    But like I said, it was the way he did the post, which was totally uncalled for. Even MrG has looked into the problem with no luck, if we could get more info then CCleaner deleted everything, that doesn't explain anything at all.

  3. This is a good plan of McAfee's part. Maybe they "can" get more users, I hope they offer free tech support on that...


    I would rather use a can of Raid on my desktop than McAfee, it would stand a better chance.

  4. Here is something everyone needs to understand. Many new features and improvements are being done, but not for current version of CCleaner (1.00). CCleaner 2.0 is being rewritten from the ground up, everything everyone wants should be in 2.0, but there is no release date as of yet. Just give it time, I suspect the version (1.00) will be just bug fixes and improvements. I don't see any new features unless it is necessary.

  5. I will be officially on vacation tomorrow, but I will have my laptop with me. If you are a big CCleaner Portable fan, once 1.39 is released expect a half a day to a day delay on it. I will update it as soon as I check the forums (Probably at nights).

  6. The best thing to do is use Secure Deletion in Options, Settings. Use NSA (7 passes), it doesn't clean everything, as it can't. Windows itself tracks stuff you do and you have to manually delete it all. But some stuff you can't delete. Sorry to say this, but there is always ways to find out stuff with logs, files, and programs. If you don't ever want people to know what you are doing on a computer, is not to use one, or be the only one that has access to it.

  7. The original Beginner's Guide was in PDF, but it only had half the content the guide has now, and it was double the size. I will be sticking with the complied HTML since it is widely used, great user ability, and very small in size. As far as doing anything with the Beginner's Guide, it is not up to me. I have already suggested a few things awhile back.

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