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why not maxthon browser will be optimized & cleaned by CCleaner ?


stingrayopp

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it has been couple of years gone , but yet to add the maxthon browser  [which is one of the most popular browsers internationally] in the cleaning option of CCleaner . Ccleaner truly performs by its superior cleaning credibility onto total implementation, optimization & analysis almost over all kinds of software like an exclusive & reliably way. By concern, the official developers should deeply consider about this matter to resolve immediately & also to add much more cleaning option of windows sensitive cleaning areas & unnecessary obsolete files securely which all the users have been demanding for many days.

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the powers-that-be read all threads and any matter worthy of consideration or seems popular may make it to development.

 

on a side note, do you have any figures to support Maxthon being one of the most popular browsers internationally, because from what I can find, it doesn't seem to be.

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do you have any figures to support Maxthon being one of the most popular browsers internationally, because from what I can find, it doesn't seem to be.

 

 

It's not. Maxthon like to claim it, but it's entirely fabricated. Even their support for HTML5 standards has been fabricated.

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It's not. Maxthon like to claim it, but it's entirely fabricated. Even their support for HTML5 standards has been fabricated.

 

I seem to remember that myself. However some people like it.

 

For the OP if you want Maxthon support look in the winapp2.ini file, I don't know if it's in there or not however you could make your own cleaner for Maxthon if it isn't.

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I get to see a few different PC's every day and I'm yet to see anyone use Maxthon.

Seems to only be popular in China (for obvious reasons).

From memory, it's not got it's own engine, it uses Chromes or IE's I think.

W3Schools shows no activity for it; http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp

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