Jump to content
CCleaner Community Forums

Search the Community

Showing results for 'CustomLocation1=CHROME'.

  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • General
    • Announcements
  • Our Products
    • CCleaner
    • CCleaner Browser
    • Kamo
    • CCleaner Cloud
    • Recuva
    • Defraggler
    • Speccy
    • Beta Releases
  • Computer Help and Discussion
    • Software
    • Hardware
    • Windows Security
    • The Lounge

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start










  1. Hi @Hmm To allow the portable builds of Chrome and Firefox to be cleaned, you'll need to create a "CustomLocation" entry in CCleaner's INI file, as described here: https://www.ccleaner.com/docs/ccleaner/advanced-usage/ccleaner-ini-files/how-to-clean-user-data-from-non-standard-mozilla-browsers For Chrome, you would use CustomLocation1=CHROME|[profile folder path] and for Firefox, you would use CustomLocation1=FIREFOX|[profile folder path] (e.g. CustomLocation1=CHROME|C:\Users\[USERNAME]\portableapps\GoogleChromePortable64\Data\profile\Default) If wanted, our support team would b
  2. I had this happen. As already mentioned, the culprit is typically Chrome or another Chromium browser. I had set certain sites to never accept cookies or delete cookies after closing the browser and that remedied Google cookies. However, if I use a portable browser like Firefox or Chrome, CCleaner doesn't clean anything from them. I also experienced something similar with the desktop full version of Firefox, but in the reverse. CCleaner deleted the cookies from FF, but FF would not delete some cookies using the delete option despite no cookies saved in FF's "whitelist".
  3. You may (or may not) already be aware that if you use Chrome above version 89 then you may have been recruited without your knowledge in a trial by Google of a replacement for 3rd party cookies. This shouldn't happen if you are in Europe because of GDPR, but who knows with Google, and if you use a VPN that says you are outside Europe then Google may see you as fair game. It's only Google Chrome that's affected for now, but Google's eventual idea is to implement it for all Chromium based browsers. It's called FLoC and is a new way of 'fingerprinting' you and putting you in a grou
  4. Go to the Chrome Web store and add the extension you want from there.
  5. Couldn't find this specific issue in here, thought I'd post it and maybe get an answer. Re-upped my subscription to CCleaner the other day, took advantage of the option to add Speccy / Defraggler / Kamo to test drive them. Since installing all of them, pages in Chrome have been very slow to open. I have Chrome open with a half-dozen tabs... and it takes forever to open them now. Same holds true for new tabs I open with other programs. I've tried whitelisting the main ones in the Kamo Settings menu, no effect. And, for some reason, I cannot get newegg.com to display at all. The
  6. At this time, the only way for a user to add extensions to CCleaner Browser is via the Chrome Web Store. Unfortunately, I don't see any Iolo extensions on the Chrome Web Store (as shown in this example search: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/iolo ) so, unless Iolo either chooses to support CCleaner Browser to install the extension directly (like they would for Google Chrome), or to add their extension to the Chrome Web Store, their extension(s) cannot be used with CCleaner Browser.
  7. When I go to Custom Clean then users can find a lot of options in each section. How can I enable ALL options of such a section (e.g. Google Chrome) with ONE Click? Do I really have to tick every checkbox manually step by step?
  8. Hi, Hi, I have just installed the browser fromCcleaner on my Windows 10 computer. It is based on Chrome, so I thought that I would be able to install the ByePass pasword manager on to it. I cannot find a way of doing that. I have looked in the Chrome extensions page but cannot find ByePass and a search does not find it. I have opened System Mechanic which includes ByePass tells me that I have it installed in Firefox and Chrome but gives me no option to install in Ccleaner. I also have it installed in Microsoft Edge but System Mechanic does not mention th
  9. It's really in Iolo's hands entirely; it's not feasible for us to run an extension 'store' of our own (plus, Iolo would still need to publish on said store even if we offered it), and it's entirely up to them whether they choose to implement an installation procedure for CCleaner Browser as they have for other browsers like Google Chrome. (For what it's worth, I can say I personally use LastPass and it works quite nicely with CCleaner Browser as well as Firefox. It's also on the Chrome Web Store, which is how I added it to CCleaner Browser. I know changing may not be feasible for you, b
  10. I just ran the 'Add To Chrome' process from: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/bitwarden-free-password-m/nngceckbapebfimnlniiiahkandclblb/related?hl=en and it seemed to install and run in CCleaner Browser v89.1.8954.117. As I don't have an account for this extension (and use another password manager myself), I can't test it fully, but it did bring up the BitWarden website, I could click on it and have it ask me to log in, and so on. I did have to click 'Keep' on the download bar at the bottom of the window in order to install the extension, though; perhaps that might have b
  11. Example (when using CCleaner Portable, or when CCleaner is installed to save settings to ccleaner.ini instead of using the Registry): CustomLocation1=FIREFOX|C:\PortableApps\FirefoxPortableESR\Data\profile CustomLocation2=CHROME|F:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Profile
  12. I tried to install the password manager Bitwarden, but it failed. It works in Microsoft Edge and in Chrome but not in CCleaner Browser!
  13. Maybe the easiest route is by using the Custom Location that Nukecad already linked to here. It's easy to configure, although Waterfox will be listed as Firefox in CCleaner. Example: CustomLocation1=FIREFOX|C:\PortableApps\FirefoxPortableESR\Data\profile
  14. Video will start to play and then just stops. An error message pops us saying, " Sorry, we are having trouble playing this video." Videos play fine in Google Chrome on Faceback. They just stopped playing in CCleaner browser.
  15. I just updated to version 5.77.8521 now it skips Edge Chrome. All checked boxes of Edge Chrome are reported as skipped.
  16. Just updated to version 5.77.8521 It skips Edge Chrome
  17. v5.22.5724 Compact databases selected under Chrome. Cleaner run. Urls relating to activity I deleted n the Chrome history tab still appear in the history file in the User Data\Default folder. Am I doing something wrong/expecting too much
  18. Please check the discussion here: (and the responses after the message I linked to) where this same behavior was being reported. It was in Google Chrome, I believe, but Brave is also a Chromium-based browser and thus would demonstrate the same behavior. In short, it's nothing to worry about, the system is just recreating them after they're cleaned, but if you absolutely must have them removed (at the risk of breaking things), there's a few options in the link for trying to block them permanently.
  19. not sure if ccleaner is blocked or there's a bug/ you can not see any comment at all using cc browser on youtube. google chrome works. did youtube block CC browser? even logged into google youtube will not show or allow comments with CC. it wasn't just the upgrade [89.1.8899.93] it started with the last version on 040421/
  20. Yes but you must use custom location https://www.ccleaner.com/docs/ccleaner/advanced-usage/ccleaner-ini-files/how-to-clean-user-data-from-non-standard-mozilla-browsers For chrome based browsers replace FIREFOX with CHROME
  21. Visited websites are not being removed in Chrome from the "History" file in the location listed below. %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  22. I found two reasons it has been skipping both Edge and Chrome. 1. Ccleaner is not forcing them to shut down so they can be cleaned. 2. Edge apparently has an option to allow it to run in the background, even when it's closed and is not in the task bar. Solution - right click on the edge icon that's on the right side of the task bar (sometimes hidden inside an icon that looks like and upside down v (^), after you right click on it, you'll see and option to allow it to run in the background. Uncheck that, and run again. Also, make sure chrome is closed or it will be skipped also. Th
  23. Whether you use it as a browser or not update Chrome as advised by that article, it's not just the browser that Chrome affects it's threaded throught Android. If you use gmail you are using parts of Chrome. And then turn off/restart your phone to refresh the settings.
  24. CCleaner is not 'integrated' into Google, neither is any other Piriform product. What you saw is simply an advert/offer for Google Chrome that is included in the Standard installer. At other times the installer will advertise/offer different things, there are 4 or 5 different products advertised/offered on a random basis. If someone downloads/installs one of those offers then Piriform gets paid a little bit. As you see with Adobe it's fairly standard practice and many use such adverts/offers as a way of making a little bit of money, (to help fund free software), although they sho
  25. That sounds as if something is opening a new file everytime you launch Chrome but not closing them when you leave Chrome, so something is opening more and more files and leaving them open. (Some browser extensions can do things like that if poorly written). So, time to roll our sleeves up. PS. We seem to be on opposite sides of the Atlantic, it's gone midnight here (and I may fall asleep), so let's do a couple at once. (Don't mind if I give too simple instructions, they are for others who may be reading this in months to come). One problem is that Health Check will not tell us
  • Create New...