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  1. I tried doing the IE cleanups by doing the right click on ccleaner and it did the cleanup. However, as soon as I analyze again and run cleanup, it stalls out again on IE and then firefox. I don't use either of these. Then, to add insult to injury, I started getting a popup from ccleaner everytime I start my computer thanking me for being honest.. Piriform (avast) has gone to far this time. I've now removed ccleaner from all my equipment as well as switched to a new Disk Cleaner. I'll also not be renewing my avast licenses when they come due in a couple of months. You'd think that an antiv
  2. Believe me, I'll go to Linux before I'll ever go to windows 10. I was running v5.52. Is it possible to get v5.40?? Thank you Rob
  3. I'm having a similar problem. I've been a fan of CCleaner for many years. HOWEVER, in the last couple of months, analyzing takes 3 to 4 seconds. Cleaning takes anywhere from 4000 to 7000 seconds to clean. It'll work fine for a couple of days ( 13 to 26 seconds to clean) and then all of a sudden it takes 4000 to 7000 seconds to clean. That will go on for 4 to 5 days and then it starts cleaning in 13 to 26 seconds for a few days and then back to the long cleaning time. Somehow, I find this to be a little excessive. For some reason, it always hangs on IE. Session data, cookies, passwords, a
  4. Don't feel to bad. It hangs on IE files and cleans firefox files on my pc and I don't even have IE or Firefox installed. I've never been able to figure this out but CCleaner does an awesome job any way. I run it every time I shut down Chrome and follow it up with Glary.
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