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  1. As mentioned in this thread: https://forum.piriform.com/topic/52095-ccleaner-v5446575/?tab=comments#comment-296912 "Added helpful reminders for expired CCleaner Professional subscriptions" Those are really annoying. Any way of turning them off? I know they're just trying to make a buck but I've emailed CCleaner support about renewing my license and they don't even bother to respond. Would like to just turn off the notifications for now. Suggestions? Thanks!
  2. Ugh, that's disappointing. I was planning on trying that later. Would be nice to see devs address this. Guess no one cares about the "older" versions of Windows Server. :-(
  3. Another screenshot. Had no issues with these systems on versions prior to 5.42.
  4. I see there are a couple of other threads already on this topic. Adding my voice to the masses - 5.42 released today crashes on all my Server 2008 R2 systems. Any fix for this yet?
  5. The other option I considered was re-running the installer .exe as part of a batch script, but this makes you go through all the "no, I don't want to install Google Chrome; no, I don't want an icon on the desktop" rigmarole, etc. Not ideal. :'(
  6. I've noticed that even with the registered Pro version, CCleaner does not automatically update to the latest version unless you open it, wait a minute, close it, then re-open it, at which point it updates. This is with all of the "auto update" options turned on, "silent background checks", etc. I'm trying to force a way for it to automatically update on our PC's around the office, such as with a .bat file that I can run on all of them that flag the /update check, however I'm not having any luck. Even running CCleaner64.exe /update from the command line doesn't update it. I have to physic
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