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  1. The technical documentation staff seem to have used cut & paste in writing the instructions as to how to inhibit Edge's background activity. The instructions for the two different Group Policy settings addressed are the same. q.v. "... Find and double-click on the policy called ‘Allow Microsoft Edge to pre-launch at Windows startup, when the system is idle, and each time Microsoft Edge is closed’ Set the policy to ‘Enabled’ Under ‘Options’ you’ll see a ‘Configure pre-launch’ dropdown. Please select ‘Prevent pre-launching’ Find and double-click on the poli
  2. Yes, it's an old topic now at six pages in length, but we might as well keep it alight in case the developers ever consider this thread as worthwhile. In addition to the bland, mistaken (IMHO) look of the *etro GUI, CCleaner has a number of serious deficiencies, in my book. In Microsoft's book too, I might add, given that CC has broken a large number of Microsoft's design rules - rules that have evolved to the state they're in for good reason. The FPS look - Flat Paper Shapes - emerged for a reason that can be summed up in one word - batteries. As touch-tablet devices developed, it wa
  3. There appears to be a contradiction in the information around the site, so that would be great, Nergal. Something's afoot and/or obscure. Thanks.
  4. I don't believe you're right there, Nergal. The company seems to be very coy about what it is 'selling' in the current January '14 offer. It says in the Legal section for the 'Professional' (meaning 'Home') edition, once you find it, inter alia: 'Subject to your payment of the applicable annual update fees and support fees for the relevant year, Piriform shall from time to time, via its website, make available new versions of the Product for you to download and use...' [my emphases] So what is it we're buying? What expires after a 'relevant year'? Is buying a licence more restrictive
  5. Sapien

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    What is it we've got here - The 212eta Forum? Ok, 212, we've got it - you want everything given to you free. Got it. No doubt you work for your bosses and tell them that it's quite okay if you're not paid. Cool. That's just not how the rest of the world works. If two ticks aren't worth your attention then it's time you packed up and trotted off into your own little delusion, isn't it? FWIW, I just accepted the installation of Chrome, not because I want it but because I'm curious as to what features it offers, and to give Piriform a bit of income for their efforts. And I put in extra wor
  6. Good Question, malaprop. The UI is threatening, to say the least:- CruditiesCleaner, Cleaner Settings, Applications-Tab, [Application-Name]. What would that imply to anyone who first looks at it? It looks to me as though it's saying that CC will 'clean' the application from the computer. A bit more thought in the UI design - AND HELP - is required. Otherwise the app looks quite good. Polish it up and I'll send some money. [Why do I have to scroll down a screen to Preview??] ['Add Reply'?? What happened to 'Submit'??]
  7. Why do you ask about the G/T/B instances being ticked, PW?
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