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  1. Thanks All for all your efforts. The problem is solved. Ccleaner now runs fantastically on my system. Three weekends ago lightening fried my system. Yesterday the replacement was installed. It even solved the April 2018 Windows 10 MStastrophy I've been living with for the past 7 months. Again, Thanks to everyone for all their effort. K.
  2. Thank You mta for offering to help further but since I have no idea what an elevated command prompt is, I probably otta stop at this point. In addition, I suspect if MS ever gets W10 fixed (yes, I'm aware of what I just said) CCleaner and all my other W10 issues will start working correctly again. Thanks, K.
  3. Thanks hazlenut. That's what I was expecting to find, it's not a CCleaner problem. If MS ever comes out with a fix for the April 18 update, i would expect this problem to evaporate. Thanks All, appreciate the help. K.
  4. Just out of curiosity I decided to analyze S>TF again this morning. Last night and this morning I followed my normal procedure, I cleared Browsing data through Windows Settings, then started CCleaner, turned off my screen and left for the evening. This morning I turned on my screen, noticed CCleaner completed successfully, closed CCleaner, clicked Shut Down, and when the tower quit running turned off my power strip. Waited at least 60 secs, turned on the power strip, powered up the tower, and signed in to Windows. Checked email, checked this forum, checked Weather.com, watched a couple videos on Weather.com, then decided to analyze S>TF again. 1100 secs, 9000 files in such a short time. The file breakdown AppXDeploymentServer @ 5,188 KB ~25% AppXErrorReport @ 1 KB ~35% AppXPackaging @ 1,092 KB ~35% Of the rest 8 files ranged from 12 KB to 0 KB 1 entry of OutlookLogging 27,32... 1 entry of OutlookLogging 1088 KB Kinda interesting Thanks, K
  5. When I double click the line, I get AppXDeploymentServer @ 5,188 KB ~25% AppXErrorReport @ 1 KB ~30% AppXPackaging @ 1,092 KB ~30% The rest @ 500 KB or less except looks as if most are under 10KB 1 entry of OutlookLogging 51,07... Thanks, K
  6. I analyzed S>TF about an hour after doing the Disk Cleanup thing. Here are the results. Any ideas what this means? Thanks, K.
  7. Thanks All. I'll give it a try. K
  8. Thanks nukecad and mta for your help. I clean every evening. First I drop down the menu from the 3 dots in the upper right hand corner > click Settings > scroll to the bottom > click Advanced > scroll to Clear browsing data > Clear data. Next I open CCleaner and clean with it. This is the same procedure I've been following for years. The mid April Windows 10 update was not kind to my system. The other 4 systems in our network didn't seem to suffer like my system has. It was about that time I started noticing the change in cleaning time. I'm using my system the same way I did when the cleaning time was always near 30 seconds. Nothing has changed except the W10 update. So far I've corrected or found workarounds for all but a few aggravating issues. I was hoping others had suffered the drastic change in CCleaner cleaning time, discovered the reason for the issue and found a repair procedure. Maybe that fix would solve at least one of the nagging W10 update issues I haven't been able to solve. A couple things I don't understand about this CCleaner issue is, CCleaner seems to speed through all other tasks except S>TF. There it plods along at roughly 1 file per second. Is that normal? Why is the cleaning process so long for Internet Explorer files when I don't use Internet Explorer and haven't for years? Through the years and versions, on my system, cleaning Internet Explorer files has always been a noticeable long process. When I went cleanmgr > Disk cleanup, there were no boxes to check (attached) so I didn't continue. Apparently I didn't do something right. Again, Thanks All, appreciate your help. K.
  9. Never thought of looking in the CCleaner menu. Just did the analyze. See attached. Thank You, K.
  10. Thank You mta for considering and responding to my post. I am unable to find System > Temp Files on my system. I've used the Search function in Local Disc (C:), as well as This PC. I've started CCleaner and when it started cleaning System > Temp Files I right clicked on that - nothing. Would you have any idea where System > Temp Files may be on my system? Thanks, K.
  11. Since the Windows 10 April 2018 update, I've been fixing and figuring work arounds for all the problems that MS anointed me with from that update. One thing I've noticed since then is CCleaner is taking much longer to complete then it did before. What was a 25 sec job has become a 300 sec job. It has always been slow on the MS stuff, Edge and Explorer are always the longest cycles even though I use neither and I don't think that has changed. What is noticable is System > Temporary Files. When CCleaner gets to S>TF, it slows to about 1 file per second. Once it is past S>TF it speeds along nicely. I'm sure this is somehow connected to the Windows 10 April 2018 update. Would anyone know if this issue points to a specific conflict, and can it be fixed? All suggestions, ideas, comments any wish to offer will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, K.
  12. Thank You hazlenut for considering and responding to my post. I'm running Windows 7 and almost exclusively use Chrome. Very occasionally use Firefox. Excellent suggestion. This eveening I'll try opening Internet Explorer and clearing the cache and temp files to see if it makes a difference. Thanks, K.
  13. It seems every time I select Run Cleaner the cleaning process sticks in one spot for a long time. This has been the way for quite some time, through many updates. Finally, the other day I actually paid attention to the process. The process always sticks on Internet Explorer. The whole cleaning process took 4:00 minutes and 2:45 was spent on Internet Explorer alone. I never use Internet Explorer, so what could CCleaner be cleaning at that point? Apparently this is something that is unique to my laptop. The other two desktops I use do not stick on Internet Explorer and the cleaning process on those two units is much quicker. Since I am not the sole user on those two units I have no idea if Internet Explorer is ever used on either. All ideas, comments, suggestions any wish to offer will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, K.
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