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hi , :)

 

this might be already asked but would it be possible that CCleaner performs its cleaning task according to a scheduled time during a session , not only at computer startup ?

 

eg twice , three times a day......

 

:)

 

thanks and best regards ,

 

pierre

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Disabled entries get renamed in the registry (usually).. but some startup managing programs disable entries in different ways. The only key that is for sure is Run-, which is created by MSCONFIG... any other program that can disable entries could name it something else. So, MrG could only feasibly add support for MSCONFIG's disabled entries.

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Yeah.

 

This is one of the keys MSCONFIG can see and manipulate:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

 

When you disable an entry using MSCONFIG, it moves it to here:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run-

 

Other programs that manipulate startup items could move it to a different place, so it's impossible to be able to support all startup manipulation programs.

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Back to the top of this thread... good question

I believe Pierre31 was looking for a way to automatically run the scheduled task without user intervention, plus display the progress then exit when complete. Such as with Window Washer's autowash.

 

Scheduling a task only brings up the main start window which requires user intervention. Some will simply exit the program.

 

Using the /auto parameter on the program executible runs it completely silently, but you cannot see the progress.

 

I'd be interested to know if anyone knows of another option.

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Back to the top of this thread... good question

I believe Pierre31 was looking for a way to automatically run the scheduled task without user intervention, plus display the progress then exit when complete. Such as with Window Washer's autowash.

 

Scheduling a task only brings up the main start window which requires user intervention. Some will simply exit the program.

 

Using the /auto parameter on the program executible runs it completely silently, but you cannot see the progress.

 

I'd be interested to know if anyone knows of another option.

 

 

 

 

;) that's it ,kanjitiger

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