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  2. Display windows version and build

    OMG. i SPECIALLY REGISTERED HERE cuz i thought i had this info by saving speccy files and now i opened year old ones and turns i dont see such obvious info? Theres big differeneces AND I DONT KNOW NOW. +1 +1 +1 +1 +1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 I hope i can get from old .speccy files still this info omg. Whats now the meaning of lice?
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  4. I have a small retail business which sells gift products. I need a simple inventory management for my shop. I have not high budget , so i find a cheaper one. If anyone suggest me, I will fill lucky.
  5. CC Bug

    This bloody software is irritating. Every time there's an "update" my access to my Outlook email gets crunched. When I go to the inbox and open it, then click on a an email to open the whole inbox column goes blank. Then I have to click on, say, Junk, open that, then go back to the Inbox and have another couple of goes to open emails. WT...?!
  6. Yesterday
  7. Thanks, i'll point the devs in the direction of this thread. My only other suggestion - besides right clicking and choosing clean one-at-a-time to see which the offending entry is - is to try it in english and see if the same occurs (maybe an error in the language file...low probability though).
  8. I added a screenshot of the Firefox section of my CCleaner. I also added a screenshot of the settings that CCleaner changed (and that I have again set to how they were)
  9. Thank you, I always read the changelog but I didn't see this, probably because of a later update that skipped that one. I still feel this is the wrong approach but then again no way to be heard by the developers and they always make unilateral decisions anyway and not responsive to users feedback. So we are back to self correcting by removing what they inject without asking. SIGH.
  10. ublock users

    ublock v1.16.0 gorhill released this 8 hours ago New: Added support for pre-parsing directives to filter list compiler. This allows filter list maintainers to create areas in a filter list which will be compiled only if certain conditions are met (or not met). See detailed documentation. Changes: The "3rd-party filters" pane in the dashboard has been renamed "Filter lists", and its look and behavior has been fine tuned. Work has been done in the dashboard to further improve rendering on small screens. Closed as fixed: Chromium Use user style sheets on Chromium User stylesheets are supported on Chromium (including Chromium-based browsers) version 66 and above. Unfortunately, the API chrome.tabs.removeCSS is not currently supported, and the consequences are: Toggling off the cosmetic filtering switch won't immediately reveal cosmetically removed elements on the page -- you will need to force a reload of the page. This break core functionality of the DOM inspector. If these consequences are a problem to you, I suggest you move to Firefox, it fully supports the insertion/removal of user stylesheets. Firefox Blank pages with stream filtering + content-type header missing Core Cloud synchronization bar fails to load
  11. Many have reported the comodo warning, but you're saying some preferences/settings are being reset. Can you screenshot the firefox section of ccleaner, so we can see what you have checked off. Conversely you could right click each firefox section and choose clean, and checking firefox after each one for the reset.
  12. Version is 5.41.6446. Firefox 59.0.2 Windows 7 I can assure you that the Free version never changed my Firefox settings. I also made a screenshot of the message Comodo gave me - see attached file
  13. "Booster" setting?

    I installed the latest version on my phone and see that in the settings there is a new "Booster" setting. What is this supposed to do? Opening it there is a list of installed apps. If you deselect them all you get 'Select application to stop'. Is that all it does, force stop running apps?
  14. Pro and free are identical in their cleaning (the same would have occured if you still used free). As far as what happened, can you furnish us with the ccleaner version number (don't say latest as this mean nothing give the version number), firefox version (same) and windows version.
  15. I have used CCleaner free for years and years and was very satisfied. So I decided CCleaner deserved to be paid and bought the Pro version. My Comodo Antivirus warned me that CCleaner tried to change my Firefox settings. Thinking the program knows what it does I okayed this. Now I discover: My home page (Google Agenda) has been changed. Also : For downloads I opted to have Firefox ask me - this was changed into the Download map This is all I discovered so far. I am quite upset about this. Why does CCleaner pro change such settings? At least the program could ask me if it can change these things. Not happy!!!!!!!!!!!
  16. access denied even with admin rights

    Could you try uninstalling it and restarting your machine. Then try the portable build from here https://www.ccleaner.com/speccy/builds
  17. access denied even with admin rights

    So far, yes, only Speccy seems to have this "access denied" problem (for instance, I use also CC cleaner wo problems)... I used avast, but now I'm running only with windows defender, no difference. :-/ thanks!
  18. use free version in a company??

    No. Read this.... https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/faq/general/is-it-ok-to-use-ccleaner-in-my-business-or-to-provide-services-to-other-companies
  19. Winapp2.ini additions

    Winapp2.ini updates: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/8a25c1dbffb39b5cfb15a5f44aed3a26a622ea03 https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/cead1e2c09c39308836b9dfdb1c1fa2667c13264 https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/1fbdc00e6d22857501841e4ef19f6f9ac042b7fd
  20. Hello, I would like to use ccleaner in my corporate computer. I just need free options. I don't need the professional options. Is it possible to have a free version in a company? Regards, Cookie
  21. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thank you very much for your reply.
  22. Here is information, and the download link, for the "Malwarebytes for Firefox (Beta)" add on for those who may be interested and/or want to try the Beta extension: https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/218646-malwarebytes-for-firefox-beta/ You may note that one of the screenshots there shows "Malwarebytes for Chrome (Beta)". Yes they have now released an add on for Chrome as well. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/218616-malwarebytes-for-chrome-beta/
  23. I am using Ccleaner Portable on a Windows 8.1 PC. About two weeks ago I sent an enquiry to Piriform support but have as yet not received any reply or acknowledgement so I am trying this forum as an alternative. First, what is it that Ccleaner calls 'tracking files'? Are these what everyone else calls 'tracking cookies' or something different? My query concerns the fact that Ccleaner seems never seem to remove these entirely. The easiest way to express my question is to copy in the text of my (unanswered) email to support (you will have to imagine the screen shots for yourselves!) Quote begins I have a further query and would be glad if you could cast some light on the matter. It concerns 'tracking files' and whether Ccleaner is deleting them or not. I attach three screen shots in support of my query. I ran a test as follows: 1. I turned off the Internet on my PC (running under Windows 8.1) and then ran Ccleaner Portable. The result screen is shown in screen1.jpg. According to this, Ccleaner has deleted 85 tracking files. 2. I closed Ccleaner Portable and then ran it again - see screen2.jpg. This time it claimed to have deleted 5 tracking files. 3. I repeated 2. above - see screen3.jpg - and this time it claimed to have deleted 4 tracking files. It seems to me that there are only two explanations: TfL status either Ccleaner is not deleting all the tracking files but only thinks it is or that more tracking files are being produced between runs of Ccleaner but how can that be if the Internet connection to the PC is turned off? Perhaps you have an idea of what is happening and, if so, I would be glad to hear it. Quote ends Perhaps someone here can furnish an explanation as Piriform seems unwilling to do so,
  24. True, but it is not a browser extension like the one mentioned above
  25. I think an interesting development is that Intel will be stopping malware on the hardware level with integrated GPU's (although hardware antivirus/anti-malware has already existed for awhile now but has always been very expensive): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiO6vGTsQ4g
  26. Last week
  27. I'm not sure that has resolved the problem, you may find that you now just have a blank space where the icon was. If I'm right then clicking that blank space will launch CCleaner.
  28. I was finally able to resolve the issue. After unpinning it from the taskbar, I right-clicked the "ghost" icon and selected "CCleaner". A message appeared that the icon was no longer in a valid location and was asked if I wanted to delete it. I answered yes and the icon disappeared from the taskbar.
  29. It was in the changelog for v5.36.6278 (24 Oct 2017) https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/version-history
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