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  1. Okay, so I decided to test it again, with the exception of not doing anything else that could be using the same render engine. I restarted my computer, logged in, and decided to run CCleaner a few minutes after logging in. I left all of the settings still in tact like before, not changing any of them. So, I clicked Run Cleaner and it successfully cleaned IE's Temporary Files, History, and Cookies. After cleaning, I closed CCleaner and opened IE and used it for a few minutes and eventually closed it. I opened Task Manager briefly to see if the process was gone and it was. So, I went back to CCl
  2. I did make sure that the Internet Explorer process was fully closed in the Task Manager when I did the tests. As for opening other programs that would use IE's render engine during that, no. I only use Internet Explorer from the Windows 8.1 desktop, not using it via the tiles.
  3. Ever since I updated CCleaner to v5.43.6522, I've noticed a possible bug in regards to cleaning files from Internet Explorer 11 on my Windows 8.1 laptop. (The version of IE I'm using is 11.0.9600.19003) Whenever I clicked "Run Cleaner" it would prompt me to close IE in order to clean the files. However, the program was already closed and still gave me the prompt. Whether I clicked Yes or No, it would always skip cleaning IE's Temporary Internet Files, History, and Cookies despite them being checked in their respective tick-boxes. At this point, I decided to figure out what was causing thi
  4. Thank you Piriform for fixing this problem. It's now updated to the most recent version
  5. Hi there, Piriform. I've been trying to update CCleaner to the most recent version (v5.39.6399) but the link keeps redirecting me to the previous update v5.38.6357 Any help would be appreciated
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