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Windows Vista - Suggestions


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Firstly, in Windows Vista, Task Scheduler creates a logfile called C:\Windows\Tasks\SchedLgU.txt. It would be good if this file could be deleted by CCleaner. Currently, I am unable to delete this file manually, presumably because the Task Scheduler service is running. However, if CCleaner can happily deal with locked index.dat files, it should be able to deal with this file as well.


Secondly, I currently have the option to run CCleaner at startup enabled but with User Account Control enabled, this requires confirmation in order to continue. If I set CCleaner to run at startup as an administrator, the program gets blocked by Windows Defender. Bearing in mind that other third party applications run without being intercepted, is there any way to make CCleaner pass User Account Control without confirmation?


Any help would be appreciated.




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