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jumplist support for windows 7

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Hi

 

I've been using ccleaner for years now without any problems. But I feel the jumplist support for windows seven could be a little more precise. here is my point : in win 7, jumplists are made up of, from bottom to top : a couple of frequent actions (open close etc) then a "recent" pannel and finally a "pinned" pannel. Although cleaning the "recent" pannel is a totally legitimate ccleaner action, I don't understand why the pinned files or folders or programs get deleted. if you've put them there, it's that you want quick access to them.

 

so if there's an easy way of seperating the two, it would make it even more efficient.

 

thanks!

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Thanks for taking the time to post this. Windows 7 is supported on a preliminary level and development is still going on. Suggestions like yours could be very helpful to the developers. B)

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no problem... I found it annoying to have the shortcuts deleted every time I run Ccleaner

 

anyway to know if any of the devs think it's a good idea?

 

I was wondering by the way why ccleaner which seems to be fully compatible with windows 7 x64 gets installed into the Program Files (x86) folder...

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Oh yes, I definitely found that to be a bit annoying as well. Items that I have pinned shouldn't be cleaned by CCleaner.

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