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CCleaner v1.30 - It's out!


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Does it now recognize keys it cannot delete? I think CCleaner should inform the user that one or more keys could not be deleted because of [insert HRESULT and error text here]. Will CCleaner eventually support Unicode?

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Sorry for asking a dumb question but where can I find a version history that shows you bug fixes etc?

 

Run CCleaner -> Options -> Version History

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Downloaded, Installed .. and it's working great ;)

 

Thanks

 

P.S. All 3 - Standard, Basic and Lite versions of 130 can be downloaded from this d/l page:

http://ccleaner.com/downloadbuilds.asp

 

Just to let everyone know:

 

at that page there (above) :

 

The first one there - the Standard Build.. the one with the Toolbar:

"CCleaner v1.30.310 - Standard Build

1,423KB

Download now"

 

If click on Download button for it - it gives version 129 still (instead of 130)

 

Maybe someone can fix that...

 

....

The other 2 Builds (Slim and Basic) - ARE OK :) .. they both give 130 ;)

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Just to let everyone know:

 

at that page there (above) :

 

The first one there - the Standard Build.. the one with the Toolbar:

"CCleaner v1.30.310 - Standard Build

1,423KB

Download now"

 

If click on Download button for it - it gives version 129 still (instead of 130)

 

Maybe someone can fix that...

 

....

The other 2 Builds (Slim and Basic) - ARE OK :) .. they both give 130 ;)

 

Yeh I got caught.Was wondering why my version number was staying the same after two installs.LOL :rolleyes:

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Removing entries of programs with MSI-installer still doesn't work. I think that should be fixed because developers are using more and more MSI installers ... and these installers make often trouble (not only on my computer!).

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Removing entries of programs with MSI-installer still doesn't work. I think that should be fixed because developers are using more and more MSI installers ... and these installers make often trouble (not only on my computer!).

 

Use msizap instead (well, MSICUU) as removing MSI packages is probably beyond the scope of CCleaner (i.e., it's complicated).

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