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trium

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hi fans,

 

what about the option of being able to export the include-list? to add them later as a whole - with all the settings that have been made...

 

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already available if you save CC settings to a .INI file.

you'll find all your INCLUDEs listed there.

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thank you :)

 

 

 

 

 

supplement: i have looked there but on my reg is no ccleaner... only defraggler, recuva and speccy

 

but in hkey_local_machine->software->piriform  (there is ccleaner with all of piriform) but there is no "include" or so, only updatecheck

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That isn't enough settings for the registry, makes me think you're using the INI for your settings instead.

 

To find out:

* Open CCleaner and go into: Options > Advanced.

* If you have a tick next to "Save all settings to INI file" then you should have a ccleaner.ini file located in the folder where CCleaner is installed.

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HKEY_Local_Machine

 

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HKEY_Current_User

 

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in this registrypath are of the respective other programs from Piriform rather long entries, only CCleaner is discreetly doing at 1.

 

makes me think you're using the INI for your settings instead.

 

yes, as a precaution I did.

 

 

are these minimal entries in the registry for Ccleaner normal?

(Could the few entries to be the reason in the end why the option "ignore UAC" does not work by me? --> can solve a delete/reinstall session of ccleaner this problem?)

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in this registrypath are of the respective other programs from Piriform rather long entries, only CCleaner is discreetly doing at 1.

 - i don't understand what you're trying to say

 

yes, as a precaution I did.

- what you did? set ccleaner to use ini? then the settings is inside ccleaner.ini file

 

are these minimal entries in the registry for Ccleaner normal?

(Could the few entries to be the reason in the end why the option "ignore UAC" does not work by me? --> can solve a delete/reinstall session of ccleaner this problem?)

 - you need to check your Ccleaner's skip UAC task to solve the problem

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you need to check your Ccleaner's skip UAC task to solve the problem

 

i have try it with ccleaner 5.06 and its the same issue --> it doesnt work on my w8.1 64bit

 

what you did? set ccleaner to use ini? then the settings is inside ccleaner.ini file

 

 

yes. i let ccleaner create the .ini.

 

 - i don't understand what you're trying to say

 

in this registrypath have of the respective other programs from Piriform rather many entries, only CCleaner have discreetly only 1.  <-- is this better?

 

i mean with this, ccleaner is the only one, who has which pretty much no entries in the registry B)

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for illustration:

 

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only ccleaner has so enormous amout of entries ;)B)

 

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I thought, with the overlying (how is it in english? over the old...) installation of the new 5.06 Ccleaner this problem is solved.

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isn´t this option possible?

 

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I need only this list with all personal settings, all other "check mark´s" i know how to use them without large circumstances

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@trium

by selecting "Save all settings to ini file", all your settings is now inside ccleaner.ini

you need to go to ccleaner installation folder to view the file

find "Include"

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