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[suggestion]Compressed old files deletition


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Hi there, first and foremost I want to say CCleaner is a great application and one of the best overall taking its also free.

Good job on the developers and I hope there will be enough donations to keep you motivated to work on improving CCleaner!

 

Anyways i want to suggest compress old files deletition added to CCleaner.

 

Thats it and hopfully this suggestion of mine would be incorporated in CCleaner in some future update!

 

Thanks.

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Welcome to Piriform slickr.

 

Anyways i want to suggest compress old files deletition added to CCleaner.

Why would you want to compress old files before deletion? ;)

Keith

 

Windows XP 2002 SP3

IE 7.0

 

Martin2k

 

Rorshach112 is the best

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Welcome to Piriform slickr.

 

 

Why would you want to compress old files before deletion? ;)

windows automaticly compresses unused files and its pretty non-standard to change the amount of days before it compresses them and its also easily forgoten so for that reason, speaking of which those are unneeded compressed files 99% of the time.

 

So it has nothing to do with some1 manually compresing files before removing them thats just absurd!

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windows automaticly compresses unused files and its pretty non-standard to change the amount of days before it compresses them

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Well thats just as absurd. You only compress files to save space. The cost of hard drives today you don't need to.

Anyways i want to suggest compress old files deletition added to CCleaner.

So it has nothing to do with some1 manually compresing files before removing them thats just absurd!

I'm just quoting your original post. ;)

Keith

 

Windows XP 2002 SP3

IE 7.0

 

Martin2k

 

Rorshach112 is the best

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So it has nothing to do with some1 manually compresing files before removing them thats just absurd!

I'm just quoting your original post. ;)

Thats how its called: "compress old files"

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