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I have noticed that both Speccy and CCleaner contain an option to skip the user account warning that appears when they are opened - by setting up the necessary scheduled task.  However, whereas CCleaner has this option selected by default, Speccy does not.  In order to give a more uniform look, would it not make more sense for Speccy to have this option selected by default as well?

 

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Ccleaner does not have this as default

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Ccleaner does not have this as default

That's strange.  My installation of CCleaner had the option checked by default.  Maybe the scheduled task didn't get removed when I uninstalled the previous version first.  Anyway, as this is the Speccy forum, I'll leave it there!

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it does not work for me in CCleaner :wacko:

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it does not work for me in CCleaner :wacko:

 

 

 

 

 

@trium please don't bump unrelated threads. Start your own, in an appropriate forum if you have this issue

 

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