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It usually takes 4-6 seconds to clean IE's History (for some much longer). What allot of us have did is untick/disable History in CCleaner since it takes too long. Then when you wish to clean it you can right-click History in CCleaner to have it clean -- when you're willing to wait for it to finish.

One temporary short-lived workaround I've recently did on Windows 10 is to open IE, and then in its own built-in tools clean the history, etc. Typically for me this allows CCleaner to clean IE's History nearly instantly, however shortly afterwards it starts taking a long time to clean it again.

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