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"Run Cleaner " button should be unavailable until the analyze process has finished

It is isn't it? When I click analyse the 'Run Cleaner' button is greyed out and can't be clicked.

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It is isn't it? When I click analyse the 'Run Cleaner' button is greyed out and can't be clicked.

I suppose the suggestion could be taken two ways. I was thinking klumy meant that Analyze must be ran first, and only then the Run Cleaner button would be available.

 

It sounds like a good suggestion but only if it's configurable to be disabled in Options as I rarely click upon Analyze - I just trust CCleaner that much and exactly how I have it configured. However I do understand that some people may want to see what will be deleted before committing to the actual deletion process.

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I suppose the suggestion could be taken two ways. I was thinking klumy meant that Analyze must be ran first, and only then the Run Cleaner button would be available.

 

It sounds like a good suggestion but only if it's configurable to be disabled in Options as I rarely click upon Analyze - I just trust CCleaner that much and exactly how I have it configured. However I do understand that some people may want to see what will be deleted before committing to the actual deletion process.

 

IMHO click "Analyze", or "Run" directly, can be an user choice, like actually is.

 

:)

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I agree with 'Andavari'. As long force "Analyze" before running "Cleaner" is a selectable option in settings, it might be good for some . I generally know where I have been and what will be deleated without Analyzing. Let the user maintain control.

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It should be left up to the user. I generally analyze just out of curiosity before hand. Then I don't always run Run Cleaner.

 

Now I've found this forum I have a lot of things to post about CCleaner. ;)

 

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