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  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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 ?
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. SAS really doesn't require any external updater software trying to update it, the built in updater works perfectly fine be that in the freeware or paid version.
  9. By the way, the latest version is 8.0.1038 https://www.superantispyware.com/producthistory.html?id=SUPERANTISPYWARE
  10. Winapp2.ini additions

    Added: DetectFile=%CommonAppData%\Oracle\Java Reason: Crucial/Micron Storage Executive uses a packaged/portable non-installed version of Java that writes usage data in the location of FileKey2. [Java *] LangSecRef=3022 Detect1=HKLM\Software\JavaSoft\Java Plug-in Detect2=HKLM\Software\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment Detect3=HKLM\Software\JavaSoft\Java Web Start DetectFile=%CommonAppData%\Oracle\Java Default=False FileKey1=%AppData%\Sun\Java\Deployment\SystemCache|*.*|RECURSE FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Oracle\Java\.oracle_jre_usage|*.* FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Sun\Java\Deployment\*Cache|*.*|RECURSE FileKey4=%LocalLowAppData%\Sun\Java\Deployment\SystemCache|*.*|RECURSE FileKey5=%ProgramFiles%\Java\jre*|*PATCH.ERR FileKey6=%ProgramFiles%\Java\jre*\lib\security|*.bak FileKey7=%SystemDrive%\Users\*\.oracle_jre_usage|*.*|REMOVESELF FileKey8=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\Cache|*.*|RECURSE FileKey9=%WinDir%\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\Cache|*.*|RECURSE
  11. Cannot install CCleaner 5.56 on Win2k3

    SSE2 is a processor feature. The patch would be XP Service Pack 3. But as it pertains to XP running on a tablet I haven't a clue if a tablet would have SSE2 capabilities or not. The failure to install could possibly be what Trium explained which is to make sure CCleaner processes aren't already running resident in the background which seems to be the common cause of failed installations in recent months. Other possible solutions to remedy failed installations can be viewed at: https://forum.piriform.com/topic/5739-solution-when-ccleaner-wont-install-or-download-windows/
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  13. What do you mean failed. Do you get error message? Does the installer quit unexpectedly? Is your xp computer fully patched with the SSE2 patch described above?
  14. @TwistedMetal This issue has not yet been resolved or an exclusion option added. Seriously?
  15. have you some "smart-cleaning" options active? perhaps as long as you have run this "services" in the background you cant install a new version over the older one manually.
  16. New version check error

    Thanks for that.
  17. New version check error

    I believe there has been a previous thread about this and it's simply a typo that hasn't been corrected yet.
  18. Just tried to check for update (out of curiosity). I use W10 Home (64-bit), build 1809 (17763.437). I get a message stating a new version (5.56.7156) is available to download ! https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/update?a=0&v=5.56.7144&t=4&au=1 Downloading it just gives me the version I had before (5.56.7144), as I can tell by the website link posted above. What's going on please? Best Regards.
  19. Cannot install CCleaner 5.56 on Win2k3

    CC v-5.51 currently runs on my Windows XP Professional 32-bit tablet. I just tried to update to CC v 5.56. That update failed. Please explain why I can not update. Thank you.
  20. Computer made of pasta

    CC likes to eat allot, but may draw the line there, too many carbs!
  21. Just about any 3rd party defrag tools can cause that, and more-so if they're allowed to do a comprehensive/full defrag. On Windows 10 specifically when using a 3rd party defrag tool I only have them deal only with fragmented files that they list in their file list after an analyze, plus it means the defrag finished ages faster too, and I allow Windows Defrag to perform the optimization on it's own automatic schedule - that way it isn't re-doing what another defrag program has done.
  22. I set restore point to 10%, then restarted the machine, now I recovered 40% of my free space which is good ( even tho I lost 20% since the first defragg, but not gonna bite the hand that feeds me lol )
  23. Turn system restore off for your C drive. Restart, and then turn system restore back on again Allow Windows to manage the system restore space. Then see what Defraggler says now.
  24. Ok my friend helped me to find, my system restore point is using 143 Go Do I delet it ?
  25. Win 10 Yes I restarted the machine And how do I know ?
  26. What operating system are you using? Win 7, Win 10 ? Have you done a RESTART of your machine? How much space are you using for system restore points?
  27. I used Defraggler two days ago, and my free space went from like 40% to 70% So I called the friend who suggested me to use Defraggler, he told me to defrag one more time, so I did it this night, and now I literally have NO FREE SPACE ! http://www.noelshack.com/2019-17-1-1555922090-image.png I went from 40% to 90% of used space just by using defraggler ! I really need help now, can I revert all the work done ??
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