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  2. CCleaner for Mac hangs

    I've asked those above for attention as that was my main/only idea
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  4. CCleaner for Mac hangs

    Nergal, I have never had to close Chrome or turn off sync before, but did so, and it hangs in exactly the same place. Any other suggestions? Mark
  5. CCleaner for Mac hangs

    See my answer here And maybe come back and tell us if it helped.
  6. CCleaner for Mac hangs

    I have CCleaner Free 1.15.507 running on a Macbook Pro. I have used CCleaner for years without trouble. I went to run it and it asked me to upgrade to 1.15 so I did. Now whenever I run it, it hangs at 93% while looking at Google Chrome Internet Cache. I have uninstalled and reinstalled CCleaner, rebooted, done all the basics. This is the screen where it stops working. Any suggestions?
  7. First, I am running windows 10 with latest updates, as well as latest release of CCleaner Pro. Recently noticed that I am no longer being notified that CCleaner cleaned MS Edge upon exit, and I am getting new notifications now after exiting MS Outlook that CCleaner cleaned Internet Explorer (?). I always received CCleaner notifications after exiting EDGE, and never before received notifications after exiting Outlook. Very strange. I have made no changes to default settings and there is nothing in the settings options that would explain this behavior. Any ideas? Other than this, my machine runs extremely well and fast. Thanks. . . - Trashbuster
  8. Drive wipe

    Look in the root directory for example if you ran it on drive C: look in drive C: but don't go into any sub-folders, there should be files or folders that have allot of Z's in the name, those would be the file created during the wipe and should be large in size.
  9. Drive wipe

    im am having an issue with drive wipe i had about 30gb give or take a few gig. it show i had only 600mb of space ran it again nothing restarted my pc and got back 10gb of space does anyone know where the file is so i can delete it
  10. Just an update... 5.38.6357 (64-bit) FREE version on Win 7. It's now been 18 days and the problem has not recurred. The solution... I opened regedit and searched for Piriform (match whole string only), and for every result, I checked the nested CCleaner key and it's entries. Any that said update I deleted, and any that said 'monitor' or 'monitoring', I changed the value from 1 to zero (0). Good luck to all that have had this problem. I hope this works for you as well. Remember to "export" the registry to a .reg file, before editing the registry.
  11. Version 5.56.7144

    I've merged your new topic with this one with exact same title name. Please try not to duplicate topics because you'll end up having people answering questions in two locations. ------------- As for the delay when cleaning. I think some users noted that also having Cookies ticked/enabled under Internet Explorer could also cause a slow down - this was a few versions ago. Edit: I've personally noticed it mostly with having History ticked/enabled under Internet Explorer. Sometimes it will clean it very quickly, and sometimes it will take 10-15 seconds (maybe longer).
  12. Application not found

    I've never seen that Explorer.exe dialog error ever before, rather using the installed version or portable version of CCleaner. Maybe this won't fix anything, but perhaps worth a try: If you go into your version of CC Portable and open 'Options > Settings', then untick/disable both Recycle Bin options, followed by rebooting your system, and then after rebooting re-enable both Recycle Bin options if it will work as intended. Seems like either some location, permissions, UAC, or registration issue of the context menu items.
  13. Post in the Suggestions forum area, located here: https://forum.piriform.com/forum/14-ccleaner-suggestions/
  14. Version 5.56.7144

    Thanks
  15. Version 5.56.7144

    Could someone please let me know if this version takes around 23 seconds to clean? I have windows 8.1 with the history unticked. Once In a while it will only take 5 seconds but mostly 23 seconds, is this normal? I was using version 5.40 and it always took just 3 seconds. Thanks
  16. Version 5.56.7144

    Double post. Thread closed
  17. Version 5.56.7144

    Depends on how much there is to clean, but no 23 seconds is not an extreme length.
  18. Version 5.56.7144

    Is the normal cleaning time around 23 seconds? Once in a while it will take 5 seconds but most of the time it does take around 23 seconds. I have windows 8.1 with the history unticked . The version 5.40 always ran in 3 seconds. Thanks
  19. Version 5.56.7144

    Is the normal cleaning time around 23 seconds? Once in a while it will take 5 seconds but most of the time it does take around 23 seconds. I have windows 8.1 with the history unticked . The version 5.40 always ran in 3 seconds. Thanks
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  21. CC Cleaner unable to finish cleaning

    I've moved this thread to the ccleaner for mac, so you don't get a bunch of windows answers. Sadly we have few Mac users in the forum, however the first thing i'd check is that you've fully exited chrome and that chrome sync and cloud print are turned off if they are options on Mac (which i'm pretty sure they are).
  22. Andavari, thanks for your suggestion. I've downloaded the latest version and no longer have this problem. It seems I had updated on the 5th April, and the current version came out on the 9th. duchess, you're welcome!
  23. Hello, I have just installed the new update of CC Cleaner and after launching a cleaning, it is stuck at 72% (when trying to clean chrome). I have tried to uninstall, reinstall it but nothing works still. Thanks for your help I am using a Mac Book Pro 2017.
  24. Application not found

    All I can say is that: 1) I've been using the portable versions of CCleaner for years, and this was never an issue. 2) Maybe I am misunderstanding your remarks, but my recycle bin context menu options are in place. The problem is that when I try to "run" CCleaner from the context menu, I get the error message. If I operate it from the CCleaner folder executable, it runs normally. I just tried the same sequence of events on another Windows 10 computer, with pretty much the identical setup as the first computer. CCleaner was working from the context menu before I replaced v5.55 with 5.56. As soon as I tried to run 5.56, I got the same error message. From then on, trying to revert back to earlier versions did no good.
  25. I have a 1TB Passport drive that had only 1 Partition for the full size of the drive, I accidentally deleted the partition and created a new 32GB partition and have since put 19GB on the partition. What is the chance that Recova can restore this information ? How do I go about recovering the data ?
  26. Application not found

    Portable.dat (the thing that makes/forces it to be portable) does indeed make context menu options such as recycle bin unavailable.
  27. Application not found

    Firefox 67.0b13, Windows 10 Pro, CCleaner Portable versions 5.53, 5.55, 5.56 ______________________________________________________________________ All of a sudden, when I try to run CCleaner from the recycle bin context menu, I get this Perhaps it has something to do with being portable? I discovered it today after updating to v5.56. I tried to go back to the previous versions I listed above, which were previously working normally, but I'm still getting the same message.
  28. Thanks for the replies, but my point is that CCleaner is reporting incorrectly. Two things that can be done... 1) Better SAS version detection. 2) Have a provision to exclude SAS (and other programs) from the updater scan list. There are also many other programs that the updater does not detect. Is there a easy way to suggest programs to include for detection? Cheers.
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