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Himeko

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  1. About 2 years now, I think it has been abandoned.
  2. CCleaner used to be "the good guys" for these kind of apps, but lately they are more and more going towards the same path as all the crap from Auslogics and IObit spamming you like hell to get their other apps and crap.
  3. Might have something to do with this: I have an ad-blocking script installed in my router, and in the past the ccleaner installer was freezing for long due to not being able to load the usual malware stuff (avast and similar crap). Now I noticed this didn't happen, so maybe they moved that from the installer to the actual app? notice the first thread.. "avast dll"
  4. This is still happening with the latest installer.
  5. Sorry but I disagree. The adblocker runs in the router itself, it does not interfere with the process in any way, only in the network connections outside of the machine. Why should the CC installer freeze for 2 minutes when it can't connect? This is CC with adblocker on: then CC without adblocker: slim installer also attempts to connect: why does the slim installer connect to avast if it does not include any PUPs?
  6. Well check this video, the installer works after I disable the adblocker. https://streamable.com/x8sjb
  7. Nope, it's all about the PUP getting blocked. I'm guessing the installer has a long timeout to resolve and connect to the hosts where to retrieve the malware (avast etc).
  8. Hi, I run an ad-blocking script in my router, and this seems to be causing the CCleaner installer to take a long time to run. First it remains in the background with no visible window for about 1-2 minutes, then the main screen appears which is again "frozen" for a while. I'm guessing this is the result of blocking PUP malware. (Avast etc)
  9. There is no more folder selection during setup, it's forced on the default program files/ccleaner
  10. Latest version 5.08.5308 64-bit in Windows 7: When you maximize the window it doesn't adjust to the taskbar, but covers it completely instead.
  11. Offensive what? are you for real dude? oO
  12. (Regarding the) UI (which I dislike) in version 5.x, the maximize button covers the entire screen, rather than adjusting to the taskbar edge as per standar Windows' guidelines and app behaviour. () = moderator edit: offensive to other members remark removed and replaced with text which conveys similar feeling without unneeded malice toward fellow sapients - nergal
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