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Hello,

How can I clean my Portable Firefox (from PortableApps) with CCleaner?

OK, I have managed to delete the cahce files and the download history, adding the entries in the advanced > Include Tab

This is what I have:

PortableApps\FirefoxPortable\Data\profile\Cache\*.*

PortableApps\FirefoxPortable\Data\profile\downloads.sqlite

Now how do I clean the cookies, the form history and the flash cookies?

I?ve checked the embebbed ini files, but they actually use "specialkeys" for cleaning them.

Maybe there is a way to create a winapp2.ini file with a custom profile location for firefox portable?

Hope you can give me a hand.

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Hello,

How can I clean my Portable Firefox (from PortableApps) with CCleaner?

OK, I have managed to delete the cahce files and the download history, adding the entries in the advanced > Include Tab

This is what I have:

PortableApps\FirefoxPortable\Data\profile\Cache\*.*

PortableApps\FirefoxPortable\Data\profile\downloads.sqlite

Now how do I clean the cookies, the form history and the flash cookies?

I?ve checked the embebbed ini files, but they actually use "specialkeys" for cleaning them.

Maybe there is a way to create a winapp2.ini file with a custom profile location for firefox portable?

Hope you can give me a hand.

 

Although it's not a solution using CCleaner, and assuming you have Firefox's version 3.5, doesn't activating FF's Private Browsing accomplish this? FF tools > Options > Privacy > Automatically start FF in a Private Browsing session. More here

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I guess it?s not the best solution, since I have already configured Firefox to clean everything on exit and even though it can?t clean everything, so I guess that the Privacy Browsing may not be perfect as well... i.e CCleaner deletes a lot of cache and flash cookies (even with my Firefox settings).

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