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  1. @trium No, actually it was the "Compatibility Assistant" under the "Windows" section (in winapp2.ini)
  2. I finally solved it. It was the "Compatibility Assistant" under the "Windows" section (in winapp2.ini)
  3. Hi Guys, I'd like to get some help from a winapp2.ini file expert. I'm having sort of a weird problem on my Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit) PC. It all started after I upgraded my winapp2.ini file to the latest version with [Voldemort], an extremely annoying bug started to happen every time I run CCleaner: I have several icons (shortcuts) pinned to my Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar ( full path to these shortcuts is %AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar ) and one of my shortcuts there have a property set under its Compatibility tab: Privilege Level: "Run
  4. Thanks for all your comments! @trium , @hazelnut : You guys are right, the problem only happens with winapp2.ini so it must be caused by a rule inside the latest winapp2.ini file. @mta : When I use winapp2.ini the problem persists with CCleaner v5.12 and unticked Taskbar Jump Lists and unticked Other Explorer MRUs, too. Apparently the problem is not caused by Taskbar Jump Lists nor Other Explorer MRUs, the problem must be caused by a rule somewhere inside the winapp2.ini file. The odd thing is this: If I open up the winapp2.ini file with a text editor and search in it for the word
  5. Hello, I run Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit). Since I upgraded to CCleaner v5.11.5408 (and also upgraded the winapp2.ini file to the latest version), an extremely annoying bug started to happen: I have several icons (shortcuts) pinned to my Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar ( full path to these shortcuts is %AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar ) and one of my shortcuts there have a property set under the Compatibility tab: Privilege Level: "Run this program as an administrator" is checked, simply because I always want to run that particular program as Administra
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