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Ccleaner 2.23.993 and opera 10

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hello to everybody,

i just want to notice that CCleaner latest version 2.23.993,

doesn't work with latest Opera version 10.00 Build 1733.

 

thank you for attention

have a nice day

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It's working for me, but only partially. CCleaner is cleaning the Internet History, but not Cookies or Cache. I'm sure the developers will include the rest of the items in their next release.

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i just want to notice that CCleaner latest version 2.23.993,

doesn't work with latest Opera version 10.00 Build 1733

 

Same for me, I find Opera 10 doesn't even show up in the list of detected programs.

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Opera 10 doesn't even show up in the newest version of CCleaner when I run it on my computer.

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To those for whom Opera10 does not show up is opera install in the default location?

 

(to note CCLeaner uses "special detect" and "special key" for opera so I'm not sure how it is actually detecting)

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Two those for whom Opera10 does not show up is opera install in the default location?

 

yes, Opera has been installed in its default location because has been installed in two pc, in one of them never installed before.

have a nice day

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Same here,

 

default locations =

 

C:\Program Files\Opera

C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\Opera\Opera

C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Local Settings\Application Data\Opera\Opera

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I usually create a directory called Browsers and place Firefox and Opera in them during install. CCleaner had no problem finding Firefox as it appears in the Applications window, but Opera 10 Beta is not recognized. I did the same for previous versions of Opera and CCleaner recognized them even though they weren't in the default directory.

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