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  1. Nukecad, thank you for your post. It is very helpful. I think I will switch to custom clean and make it default. Not sure I would have ever figured this out. Maybe, if I really studied the documentation.
  2. Nukecad is right. I am simply referring to notifications by installer when updating to a later version. And I think he also makes a good point that it is the price price I pay for being able to use a free version of the software. I never really thought of it that way. And it is a valid point. However, I do think it needs to be a little clearer when you are executing code that identifies "fixes" that will require an upgrade. It is not intuitively obvious, for example, what Healthcheck is. It seems to display problems that require the Pro Version to fix. I would like to know this up fron
  3. I like the basic CClearner and am not interested in purchasing any upgrades. It is very annoying to be asked to buy an upgrade everytime I install an update or run CCleaner. Have to be careful not to run certain parts (like Healthcheck) in order to avoid being asked. Would be so much better if you simply asked upfront if I am interested in an upgrade with yes or no answer. If the answer is no then don't give me any options to run a part of the software that identifies an issue requiring an upgrade to fix.
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