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  1. I opened Process Explorer to see what was happening when I opened and closed my browser (Internet Explorer 11). It looks like Edge continues to run in the background through multiple dll's. I opened CCleaner and placed the two windows side by side. Through PE I killed the process 'dllhost.exe' and immediately ran the cleaner. I didn't get the usual 'Internet Explorer and Edge need to be closed' notice and there was no indication that Edge files were skipped. Because you have to act quickly (the dll host will restart immediately after you stop it) you might try using a .bat file? I don't know if this is exactly right, but close: @echo off taskkill /f /im dllhost.exe start "" "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner64.exe" /AUTO Hope this helps.
  2. If you are using the free version of CCleaner, you have to manually kill the process 'dllhost.exe' prior to cleaning. I find the easiest way to do it is through Process Explorer. You could also make a .bat file similar to this: @echo off taskkill /f /im dllhost.exe start "" "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner64.exe" /AUTO If you have CCleaner PRO, choose 'Options' then 'Monitoring'. Uncheck the box 'Enable Browser Monitoring'. Hope this helps.
  3. If you are using the free version of CCleaner, you have to manually kill the process 'dllhost.exe' prior to cleaning. I find the easiest way to do it is through Process Explorer. You could also make a .bat file similar to this: @echo off taskkill /f /im dllhost.exe start "" "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner64.exe" /AUTO If you have CCleaner PRO, choose 'Options' then 'Monitoring'. Uncheck the box 'Enable Browser Monitoring'. Hope this helps.
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