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I have used CCleaner for a while and love it. I always just analyzed the "Windows" section. Recently I noticed the Application Section - and clicked on that and when I clicked analyze it came up with a number of 69 KB to be removed. When I clicked to clean it says "Cleaning Complete" but then says 0 KB removed.

 

When I do it on windows the amount removed is the amount it says needed to be removed.

 

Am I supposed to only analyze the windows section? But, if so, I wonder why is the application section there.

 

I have clicked on everything I can think of to see if I have it set up correctly and all the options OK and none seem to apply to that.

 

I hope I have made myself clear. Does anyone have any thoughts on this?

Thanks! MLT

P.S. I have read the frequently asked questions and read through a lot of the posts and can find nothing about this.

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When you press clean you are cleaning both the applications and windows at the same time. The application tab is there so you can check what programs you want cleaned.

 

The reason it probably detected some in windows and nothing in applications is that you applications might have been clean and you had a small amount of temp/internet files.

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When you press clean you are cleaning both the applications and windows at the same time. The application tab is there so you can check what programs you want cleaned.

 

The reason it probably detected some in windows and nothing in applications is that you applications might have been clean and you had a small amount of temp/internet files.

 

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Thanks for your prompt help. I like to understand things FOR SURE! MLT

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Thanks for your prompt help.  I like to understand things FOR SURE!  MLT

 

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Understanding things before you do it is a good policy. :lol:

If you have anymore questions feel free to ask. :)

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