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  1. I must say I am a little bit confused. CCleaner always cleaned my browser history of Chrome and Opera. In the last weeks it did not or I felt it did not. Now it does, no matter /AUTO or /AUTOS . Ccleaner can be seen in the taskmanager and It lasts a little bit, but then it is done. Maybe at my tests I was to quick trying whether it is done or not. I think the real reason is that I upgraded from Win 7 to Win 10. The PC is now quicker up, but not finished when I start the browser. So sorry for my eagerness.
  2. Hello nukecad, I dont expect a window when running in auto-mode. The problem is, when I set it to /AUTO without extra space at end, the next run changes this to /AUTOS and at following run with option /AUTOS no cleaning is done.
  3. I solved my problem. I added an extra space in registry. See my thread "Registry Option /AUTO or /AUTOS" Maybe this works for you too.
  4. I solved it. When I add an extra space after /AUTO then it stays and works ! See below
  5. I startet a new top. I think it is the same. See:
  6. Sorry I did not understand your last answer. Who have to correct it manually? I did set it to /AUTO manually and it was reset to /AUTOS automatically
  7. I tought this too. But definitely in registry as well in CCleaner-Extras-Autostart-Windows there is /AUTOS See attachment
  8. I have CCleaner Free v.5.63.7540 (64-bit). I have option "Start CCleaner at Windows-Startup" (I have translated this from german). This sets in registry "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner64.exe" /AUTOS The option is set to /AUTOS This does not work when restarting my computer. When I set this in regedit to /AUTO then CCleaner works at startup, but only once and the option is reset to /AUTOS So next startup it does not work again. Is this a bug or why does it behave like this ? Thanks in advance.
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