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  2. Firefox Cookies Not Really Deleted

    I don't face such issue often, but yes there is different trouble appear again and again that is mozilla firefox critical error message, I got frustrated and embarrassed while I was showing a project detail to my client, something which is really pathetic has happened with me but thank almighty who saves me and help me to obtain that project but that time I realize this shouldn't happen again to me, So the client suggest me to visit this link and learn from there. Actually, it helps me.
  3. Today
  4. Hi, Everyone I'm suffering panic attack right now, but I'll survive, I guess... I just accidentally deleted (SHIFT+DEL) a folder with all my family footage (~150GB) during a data organization on my external hard drive (4TB, but 3TB free). I'm currently waiting for the Deep Scan, but I was thinking if there is a way to simply "unmark" the folder as deleted. It would be amazing if the folder just came back from the ashes. I dont know if there is a way to just "undo" the deletion without having to copy the files. If someone could help me I'll be extremely thankfull
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  6. Deleted files

    Recuva does not put any file back where it originated from. If a recovery is done then the selected files will be copied to another location for the user to reinstate as required. Shortcuts are .lnk files and should be found, but can easily be recreated. I assume you have looked in the recycler?
  7. Video crashed

    Recuva won't fix any file problems, it copies whatever it finds in the clusters, be it good or bad data. The exif data is part of the file data and this similary won't be 'fixed' by Recuva.
  8. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    - Just look at what the "Custom Clean" option pulls up. It will tell you what application is associated with that 6 GB in junk files. I consider it most likely that those files are associated with a browser (Firefox, Google chrome, ........... ) - Please post a screenshot of the details of that "Custom Clean". then there is no need/less need to contact support.
  9. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    Thanks for all the input. I have checked each one out to no avail. Have contacted support. Hopefully will get this solved soon and will share.
  10. Looks like Microsoft is rolling out a fix now https://www.windowslatest.com/2019/08/18/microsoft-is-rolling-out-an-update-to-fix-windows-10-sfc-feature/
  11. Easy Clean uses it's own settings and will do it's own thing regardless of your other settings. Easy Clean does not respect what you have ticked or unticked, you must use Custom Clean to do that. Custom Clean does remove the cookies - (unless you tell it not to). It just doesn't call them 'tracking' cookies - see the link at the bottom of this post. The CCleaner setting for Adobe Reader can be found under the CCleaner 'Applications' tab. It's about halfway down and is 'Adobe Reader DC'. There is also a setting in Reader itself which turns on/off the saving of history / recent files. Open Adobe Reader and go to Edit>Preferences>Documents and you should see the option 'Documents in recently used list' - if that is set to 0 then no recent list will be saved.
  12. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    If you look at my later post you'll see that I had already apologised for reading it wrongly. The traditional built-in Windows clipboard only kept one entry, and indeed kept it in memory. Other clipboard apps can save multiple entries, and can save them across reboots (or even crashes) by writing them to temporary files. Windows 10 clipboard can now also save multiple entries, and is able to share clips between devices. You can also "pin" clips so that they are always available, to do that they have to be written to disc because otherwise they would not survive a reboot. https://pureinfotech.com/sync-clipboard-across-devices-windows-10/
  13. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thank you for your quick reply and corrections.
  14. I'm using CCleaner successfully with two exceptions. I definitely don't want to having wiped out the Firefox cache and the history of Adobe Acrobat Reader. This doesn't take place when starting the Custom Clean process, but in the Easy Clean section, despite I excluded the folder where the FF cache is located. In the Custom Clean process CCleaner doesn't wipe out tracking cookies, so I want to start both processes. Settings for the Acrobat Reader I didn't found. Any help is greatly appreciated. Regards Hans
  15. Deleted files

    I Recuva tonight but was hoping all files would go back to where they originated from, esp. my desktop icons. In fact, after I ran the scans, they are not anywhere lol. Did I do something wrong with Recuva?
  16. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    - The Clipboard is located in the memory of the computer, NOT on your HD.
  17. Alas, I too am having this same issue and from reading this thread, it seems there is no solution even in the works as not one soul from Piriform has bothered to make an appearance to offer even platitudes. Initially, I thought maybe it was just my version of Windows as is ofttimes the case. I am running Windows 10 Enterprise version 10.0.18362 Build 18362, not a common release. Then I started looking for answers and solutions online and found this to be a long time issue with MANY across multiple forums. I am so very disappointed, in myself mostly for not reading up on the latest about the Piriform family of products before nose-diving into buying the whole package. I was an avid fan and promoter of all things Piriform for years, about 10 years or so ago when they were the best around, then I caught the linux bug and never looked back. It is due only to my new job as CTO that I even came back to Windohs. Live and learn. Wonder if I can get a refund....
  18. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    In my opinion the safe way to empty the Recycle Bin is by using the tools made by Microsoft which are built into Windows. Many 3rd party cleaning tools from what I've experienced over the years can cause Recycle Bin corruption from what I've seen - hence the reason I don't allow any 3rd party tool to clean it on my systems.
  19. Video crashed

    Have a video where it shows I'm at the beach then crashes into another video of Christmas can recuva fix this? Also the exif/date is overwritten can it be fixed too?
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  21. CCleaner Browser

    I've setup CCleaner Browser, imported everything from Google Chrome, but none of my saved passwords copied over.
  22. i take a look in c:\windows\installer... i found also a lot of temorary empty folders with no function for w8.1 -> i think this behavior of windows is the same in w10 too and diskcleanup dont work correctly how it seems "msif761.tmp-" (122 of this kind of empty folders from year 2016) -> i can delete it safely but manually i mean it would be nice if ccleaner can take it to nirvana
  23. Winapp2.ini additions

    You're right. I just fixed it.
  24. not 600 mb -> 6 gb was found :-) there are different things -> for example "livekernelreports" 1 gb is not unnormally also the windows-temp folder is full of temporary install-files/folders...
  25. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    That's odd, how long is a clean taking? If you can post a screen shot similar to those above we might be able to spot something. You could also try running CC in debug mode to see what the log says - but with that many files it's probably going to be a big logfile so we'll leave that for later. Edit- Andavari's thought about a corrupted recycle bin is a distinct possibility, we've seen a couple of those recently.
  26. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    Where is it finding that amount of data to clean? Just assuming however if it's by chance the Recycle Bin it could be corrupt and CCleaner won't be able to clean it, have a look here for a solution if it is the Recycle Bin: https://forum.piriform.com/topic/42673-corrupted-recycle-bin-fix/
  27. Large Volume of Junk found by CCleaner

    When I run back to back CCleaner sessions the total remains at 6550 cleaned, regardless of the precleaned total. This thing has gone south. Will attempt to attempt their support again. Thanks for your efforts.
  28. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thank you very much for all the revised entries. The entry [LocalSystem *] has some typos: FileKey9+11+15 need a pattern. I guess |*.*|RECURSE. FileKey9+10+11 have a doubled backslash after %WinDir%. And please do not rearrange the FileKeys. Please use the alphabetical order we need for WinappDebug/Winapp2ool. Thank you!
  29. Winapp2.ini additions

    New Entry [InstallService *] DetectOS=10.0| LangSecRef=3025 Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows Default=False FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\InstallService|*.*|RECURSE
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