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CCleaner v1.37 - Out this week!


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Testing and translating should be complete in the next few days.

 

The current change log is as follows:

 

v1.37.456

- Added support for loading/saving settings to an INI file

rather than the registry.

- Added summary log for cleaning Firefox/Mozilla temporary files.

- Added file drag-and-drop support to the Custom File list.

- Improved Vista compatibility.

- Improved 64-bit OS support.

- Added filename wiping to secure deletion.

- Added cleaning for Adobe Reader 8.0, IZArc, OpenOffice 2.1,

PerfectDisk 8.0.

- Updated cleaning for Nero and Flash Player.

- Several performance improvements.

- Major language translation updates.

- Minor stability improvements.

- Minor bug fixes.

 

 

:D

 

MrG

 

P.S. If any translators haven't received my email then please PM me.

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Lots of changes in this next release B)

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Just out of curiosity, how does Piriform arrive at the version numbers? Are they random, or do they represent something in particular?

 

I'm looking forward to the next version!

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v1.37.456 can be disected into:

 

1 > release 1 (v2.0 is being worked on)

37 > public release 37 (so, there have been 38 'sub-releases' of release 1.0)

456 > internal release 456 (You can imagine that Piriform makesa lot of smaller changes to the program but, because they've decided to release a new version about once a month, they only publish the version that has all the smaller changes into it that were made during this month).

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Re: File name wiping... I have tested the latest version for the past couple of hours, and it is still not wiping file names of wiped files - at least not in FAT32. May work great on NTFS, but I see virtually no difference in FAT. Thought you would want to know. Don't think I am missiing the obvious in settings.

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The current change log is as follows:

 

v1.37.456

- Added support for loading/saving settings to an INI file

rather than the registry

 

 

I like this first feature; CCleaner is one step closer to being a portable app! Fantastic work MrG, as always.

Save a tree, eat a beaver.

Save a tree, wipe with an owl.

 

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ding, ding!

 

Give Andavari lots of money and maybe even consider getting K a DVD-RW drive.

 

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