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Reto

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  1. APMichael, thanks, I did a clean uninstall, then reinstalled, then ticked 'Save all settings to INI file'... and there it was. So I made the necessary change to the INI, had to allow changes at the file in order to save it, and now it works! Thanks again, very appreciated.
  2. I do not know if it's strange, but, as I already mentioned this is not my problem, as I can access it anyway. My problem is: how to make CCleaner find the Waterfox profiles in order to clean them.
  3. Yes, 'Options' --> 'Advanced' --> 'Save all settings to INI file' is checked
  4. Hello everybody After installation of the newest CCleaner-Version which I was compelled to install after the Windows 10 1803 Upgrade CCleaner does not clean Waterfox anymore. .ini-files are not longer visible, I managed to see it anyway (with Resource Hacker), but the old workaround does not work anymore. In the .ini it says: "If you would like to create custom entries then create a new file called winapp2.ini which follows the same format as this one. I created a 'winapp2.ini', but... What does that exactly mean, "the same format"?
  5. Hello It worked for me two, but stopped to work after installation of the newest CCleaner-Version which I was compelled to install after the Windows 10 1803 Upgrade. .ini-files are not longer visible. I managed to see it anyway (with Resource Hacker). It says, one has to create a new .ini-file called 'winapp2'. That's no problem, but I can figure out what exactly I have to write in it. It says: "If you would like to create custom entries then create a new file called winapp2.ini which follows the same format as this one. What does that exactly mean, "the same format"?
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