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  1. "CCleanerSkipUAC" status was "Ready". I do not get the UAC prompt when running the Run the scheduled task manually, but I still get the UAC prompt when enabling monitoring at startup, or I run it manually from the executable or its shortcut.
  2. I still get the warning when I start CCleaner manually or automatically. Interestingly, CCleaner is the ONLY application on my PC that shows this warning. I'm running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit. Running the latest version of CCleaner - currently, v5.39.6399(64-bit) CCleaner's Options/Advanced: "Skip User Account Control warning" box is checked. CCleaner's Options/Settings: "Run CCleaner when the computer starts" is unchecked. CCleaner's Options/Monitoring: "Enable system monitoring" is checked. I am an admin on the PC. I've tried enabling "Run this program as an administrator" in the Properties/Compatibility settings for both the CCleaner64.exe and CCleaner.exe - no change. Reducing the UAC Settings is a bogus solution. In this day and age everyone needs as much PC security as they can get! ONLY AS A TEST - the only way I am able to start CCleaner without the warning is to set my PC's UAC settings to "Never notify" - (not recommended for normal operations).
  3. I have 2 SATA drives in my (aging) HP M9177C - st31000340as and hdt725032vla380 - both with similar(ish) performance specs. The Benchmark function for the Hitachi is around 3 MB/sec whereas the Seagate benchmark results show 60+ MB/sec !?!? Why such a disparity? Is Defraggler's benchmarking reliable?
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