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  1. signons3.txt deleting by 2.19.900

    The problem is still with CCleaner. Since you've posted that, two more people have verified the problem is with CCleaner and NOT Firefox.
  2. [2.19.900] Deleting Firefox Saved Passwords

    I installed Firefox v3.0.10 yesterday, and without running CCleaner, I was unable to log in to any of my sites automatically. Maybe you ran CCleaner before updating Firefox? Once again, without running CCleaner, I went back online and all my login details were gone again. It's possible this bug corrupted your profile in some way which prevented Firefox from saving passwords again. There are problems all over the internet at the moment with Firefox. If there are a lot of people reporting losing their saved passwords, ever considered maybe these problems are being caused by CCleaner? Just out of interest, I have no problems with Opera. Operas settings are saved to a different folder and it has a different way of storing saved passwords. It's very unlikely the same bug would affect both browsers.
  3. Delete to Recycle Bin

    When you run the registry cleaner, it prompts you if you want to backup changes made to the registry. If that works, then perhaps adding a prompt to delete to the recycle bin would work just as well. I've also seen one other suggestion, that only files older than a certain number of days will be deleted from the recycle bin. This means the space will be reclaimed eventually, but it gives a chance for the user to recover the files. As for restoring files from the recycle bin, that's Microsofts problem.
  4. Delete to Recycle Bin

    After posting this here: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=21757 It got me thinking, I'm sure this has been suggested many times before, but why no option to delete to recycle bin? I backup frequently, so I easily recovered my saved passwords. But other users won't be so lucky.
  5. Defraggler suggestions

    You misunderstood. I want Defraggler to ignore large FRAGMENTS, not large files! Defragmenting a 4gb file in 10 pieces is a waste of time. On the other hand, defragmenting a 4gb file in 1000 pieces might be worth it. Only doing a partial defrag by ignoring large fragments will give near full performance, yet take a lot less time than a full defrag.
  6. I've tested and confirmed this bug on a clean install of Firefox. The option "Saved Form Information" is causing CCleaner to delete saved passwords in Firefox. Windows Vista Ultimate SP1 Mozilla Firefox 3.0.9 CCleaner 2.19.900
  7. Defraggler suggestions

    The windows defragmenter ignores all fragments less than 64mb by default. I have several large ISOs on my drive, and it's such a waste of time to defragment a 4gb file when it only has a few fragments. I would use Defraggler as my default defragmenter if it could do this.
  8. CCleaner seems unable to overwrite files that are compressed under the NTFS file system. Usually, if I clean a large amount of data, CCleaner will take a while to overwrite all of the files. However, if the files are NTFS compressed, the files are simply deleted and no real time is spent overwriting them. I'm not sure if any data is actually overwritten. But it seems that CCleaner simply deletes the file instead of overwriting it.
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