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What should I tick or not tick

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I am running W7 32bit.

 

What should I tick in all of the boxes

This is what I have "not" ticked

 

Internet Explorer

Autocomplete Form History

Saved Paswords

 

Windows Explorer

Network Passwords

 

System

Windows Error Reporting

DNS Cache

Font Cache

Start Menu Shortcuts

Desktop Shortcuts

 

Advanced

Nothing is ticked in any of the boxes

 

 

 

Registery cleaner

 

All ticked

 

Options > Advanced

only two ticked

Show prompt to back up registery isues

Enable Windows Jump List Tasks.

 

 

Your help would be greatly apppreciated thank you

 

Keith

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this seems to be a question of personal judgment. really you need to figure out what you want and don't want deleted

 

 

 

as far as the registry section clean nothing. . .well nothing that you don't know you want removed. Follow the advice below, in my signature

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I agree with Nergal, a lot of it is just personal choice.

 

Why not just go with the defaults at ccleaner install ?

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DennisD

 

Thank you very much for that infomation

 

Keith

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After doing the other cleanings, I got to cookies. I put several things into the save column, but saw no button that would allow me to erase the ones I didn't want to save. Did I miss something?

taradiana

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There is a vertical bar down the middle with arrow buttons.

 

Select any one of more cookies on one side and press the appropriate button to shift them to the other side.

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The Cookie Section is cleaned within normal cleaning

 

Scenerio:

Place the cookies you want to keep in the right hand side

within cleaner section of ccleaner place checkmarks in the cookies section of each browser listed and also in Applications>Multimedia>Adobe Flash Player

Click Analyze and see that the cookies you wish to remove are now listed

Click Clean and see that the cookies you wish to remove are now Gone

 

:) Hope that helped :)

 

(Alan, try to read the question better :P )

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