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  1. Google Chrome Cache Skipped

    I solved it myself: I uninstalled CCleaner and clean installed it again. Problem disappeared. Please correct this bug in CCleaner updating process. It is evident that something went wrong when updating CCleaner. Problem wasn't connected with Google Chrome at all.
  2. Google Chrome Cache Skipped

    This doesn't solve the same problem with CCleaner on one of my PCs. I checked with Process Explorer that no process with company name Google Inc. is running in background but despite it CCleaner still says: Google Chrome - Internet Cache - Skipped. I haven't checked in Google Chrome Settings option "Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed". Suggestions anyone?
  3. I immediately downgraded to version 4.19.
  4. 5.0 UI is a step backwards

    I agree with everything what you have said.
  5. I get the same false report from CCleaner. It is a bug of CC definitely. See this explanation: http://superuser.com/questions/657708/ccleaner-wrongly-detects-oxygen-xml-editor-14 In my case it was because I installed and uninstalled Samsung Link software which left in the registry this:
  6. Ok, you force me to test more PCs and bingo - I have found one, which was without this problem. I was thinking what have the previous PCs common and where differ the PC without problem. I look into Performance Settings in System Properties and here is my resume: CC is incompatible with Fade or slide menus into view. Problem Settings (EN): Compatible Settings (EN): Problem Settings (CZ): Compatible Settings (CZ):
  7. I try to describe it better step by step: open Process Explorer or Task Manager (you must have them opened on background or beside CC window before testing) open CCleaner - default Cleaner / Windows tab point with mouse on Cookies item do right-click, you get immediately the context menu, select item Analyze Cookies, do left click, wait for ANALYSIS COMPLETE point with mouse on the next History item do right-click, you get immediately the context menu, select item Analyze History, do left click, wait for ANALYSIS COMPLETE point with mouse on History item again... do right-click (don't move with mouse after this, just do right-click a stay with mouse where do you click and wait... and wait... and watch the load from CC in PE or TM opened windows), but you don't get the context menu immediately now, because CCleaner eat all processor time until you move with mouse a little bit and wait a few seconds, then select item Analyze History, do left click, wait for ANALYSIS COMPLETE... I observed that when was the CC hanged it ate 100% processor time on one processor machine and 50% processor time on two processors machine. This state can be canceled via any event from user side: for example with moving with mouse, with clicking on another window, etc.
  8. See my previous post and this snapshot:
  9. Sorry for not so fast reply, I was a little bit tired to explain it all again. I only want to help and now I look like troll or something like that . I determined CC via Process Explorer and Task Manager (you must have them opened on background or beside CC window before testing). I can invoke this problem with my step by step procedure not only on my NB, but on every other PC where I tested it with the same version of CCleaner 2.13.720. There are snapshots from much powerful desktop PC with different version of WXP (SP2): I observed that when was the CC hanged it ate 100% processor time on one processor machine and 50% processor time on two processors machine. This state can be canceled via any event from user side: for example with moving with mouse, with clicking on another window, etc. I think that you didn't repeat my steps exactly. Don't move with mouse after 8. step, just do right-click a stay with mouse where you click and wait... and wait... and watch the PE or TM opened windows.
  10. I describe it again step by step: open CCleaner we will use default Cleaner / Windows tab point with mouse on Cookies item do right-click, you get immediately the context menu, select Analyze Cookies, left click, ANALYSIS COMPLETE point with mouse on History item do right-click, you get immediately the context menu, select Analyze History, left click, ANALYSIS COMPLETE point with mouse on History item again... do right-click, you don't get the context menu immediately, because CCleaner eat all processor time until you move with mouse a little bit and wait a few seconds, select Analyze History, left click, ANALYSIS COMPLETE... Here are my system specs: OS=WXP SP3, CPU=PIII 700MHz, RAM=512MB, VRAM=8MB
  11. When you hover over chosen item for the first time and do right-click, you get immediately the context menu, it is ok, but when hover over the same item again and do right-click again - you don't get the context menu, because CCleaner eat all processor time untill you move with mouse a little bit and wait a few seconds.
  12. I can confirm this problem with version 2.x too. Just cleaning only Temporary Internet Files (with size e.g. <10MB) and nothing more can take ages. Seriously, it takes in version 1.x fractions of second and the same takes in version 2.x sometimes dozens of seconds.
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