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cc_128.pngWith HTML5 browser technologies improving every month, we're working with the manufacturers to be fully compatible! This release has added support for cleaning IndexedDB (formerly WebSimpleDB) - a new method for allowing web apps to store databases locally.

 

Additionally we've improved many other areas, including more comprehensive Opera support and improvements to the Registry Cleaner.

 

Change Log:

 

  • Added HTML5 IndexedDB cleaning and management for Firefox and Chrome.
  • Added HTML5 Offline cache cleaning and management for Opera and Safari.
  • Added Firefox Site Preferences cleaning.
  • Added Opera Last Download Location cleaning.
  • Added Opera Recently Typed URLs cleaning.
  • Added Opera Session cleaning.
  • Improved Chrome Most visited Sites history cleaning.
  • Improved Registry reading and cleaning algorithm.
  • Improved Intelligent cookie scanning.
  • Improved IE Temporary Internet Files cleaning.
  • Improved IE History cleaning.
  • Improved "Windows Service" registry issue detection.
  • Improved "ActiveX and Class Issues" registry issue detection.
  • Updated Google Chrome icon.
  • Added cleaning for Core FTP, FileZilla, SmartFTP, A-Squared, MySpaceIM and MusicMatch Jukebox.
  • Improved cleaning for CuteFTP.
  • Minor bug fixes.

You can download now from www.piriform.com/ccleaner

 

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Added Firefox Site Preferences cleaning.

I'm just assuming without trying it that it has the same behaviour as Firefox's own Site Preferences cleaner which unfortunately also removes bookmarks?

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I'm just assuming without trying it that it has the same behaviour as Firefox's own Site Preferences cleaner which unfortunately also removes bookmarks?

I think selecting Firefox's site preferences deletes the webappsstore.sqlite file. That file mainly contains site specific zoom options and "super cookies" set by websites.

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What exactly is a "super cookie?" :huh:

It's a generic term used for stuff like Flash cookies, Silverlight cookies, Site Preferences..., that can be used to track the user on the web in the same way as normal browser cookies.

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@Winapp2.ini

I was wrong, Firefox Site Preferences doesn't delete the webappsstore.sqlite file, instead it deletes content-prefs.sqlite. That file doesn't contain the "super cookies" stuff, but it does contain the site specific zoom options and other site specific options user may have set. Websites can't use this file to track the user unlike with the webappsstore.sqlite file.

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"Cached Feeds" has been moved to IE->"Temporary Internet Files".

"Add-ons Statistics" to IE->"History".

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