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After I analze it gives my a list of files to be deleted... I run the cleanup feature..... and it deletes a certain amount of the list... how do i delete the entire list.... and how do i know when the entire list has been deleted.... I really feel techno challenged on this one.... appreciate anyones help..... thank you cali

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Welcome to Piriforum Cali.

 

Well if you look in Options/Advanced the top checkbox says Only delete files in Windows Temp folders older than 48 hours, remove the checkmark, thats a start. ;)

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Welcome to Piriforum Cali.

 

Well if you look in Options/Advanced the top checkbox says Only delete files in Windows Temp folders older than 48 hours, remove the checkmark, thats a start. ;)

 

 

http://www.viclovan.com/ccleaner2settings....OptionsAdvanced

What Keith is pointing out is exactly right. Also you'll want to reboot after the cleaning to finish clearing out some of the IE stuff. Index .dat will be rebuilt by the OS automatically but the old one will have been removed.

 

Good Luck!

Vic

VicLovan.com

http://www.viclovan.com/ccleaner2settings.htm

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After I analze it gives my a list of files to be deleted... I run the cleanup feature..... and it deletes a certain amount of the list... how do i delete the entire list.... and how do i know when the entire list has been deleted.... I really feel techno challenged on this one.... appreciate anyones help..... thank you cali

Hi cali,

As you can see,lots of help 'round here.

CCleaning is an important and serious task.Some users don't realize this.

All of us are so used to the procedure that we forget to tell "newbies".Cleaning,defragmenting,Registry cleaning are all maintenance programs.

When you do your "cleaning" it is important to have no other tasks running.This also includes browsers like Internet Explorer,Firefox,etc.

The program runs faster and cleans more since there is no conflict with other programs running.

Save this link also.You need it now.

http://www.ccleanerbeginnersguide.com/ CCleaner Beginner's Guide.com

Follow what I suggested for this member.

http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=105208

 

Good luck,

:) davey Come back when you need any help.

Edited by davey

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