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YupoWert

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  1. Hi, CC 4.09 is no longer correctly allowing scripts to identify when CC closes - whether manually or during an AUTO clean operation - I don't know when this behaviour changed. This is absolutely required for automated scripting, especially for logoff scripts. 2 examples of Windows 7 scripts which are broken by CC CC.BAT cd "c:\program files\ccleaner" start /wait ccleaner.exe /auto rem the next line should only execute after CC completes and closes echo Finished CC.VBS Set objShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Return = objShell.Run ("""C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe""" & " /AUTO" , 1, TRUE) ' the next line should only execute after CC completes and closes WScript.Echo "Finished" Both of these example logoff scripts are now broken, as they cannot delay the logoff process of the OS, preventing the OS terminating CC before it has a chance to complete the AUTO clean. With CC not allowing scripts to identify when it has completed, any form of automated use of CC within scripts is impossible. I hope that these example scripts allow you to reproduce and remove this important bug in CC's behaviour. Many thanks Ti
  2. In CCleaner there is an application option to clean the "Remote Desktop", however, this does not affect the Terminal Services Client (MSTSC.EXE) history - orignally part of Windows XP, but now renamed to the Remote Desktop Services client v7 available as a free download, used for Remote Desktop & Terminal Services connections. support.microsoft.com/kb/969084 It stores its connection history in: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Default] This is not currently being cleaned by CCleaner - it would be great to include into the next release Many thanks Yupo
  3. Yes, I could not agree more. If the Analysis output list were shown in a listbox akin to a classic Windows explorer 'details' view, then you could click on the headers to sort by name/date/size/type and sort them forwards and backwards. This is one of the most frustrating things I have to do when first running CCleaner on a 'new' PC which hasn't been cleaned before - wading through several thousand entries to see if there are any important big files - and certain types of files - it's always these which are the most likely to be an issue (with the user as they never have any backups) if accidently deleted. I have found on several occasions databases, thumbnail indexes, and other key files in the analysis list after 10's of minutes of close scrutiny, which I would have found within seconds if I'd been able to sort by size or type. The fact that the size of the file is simply appended to the end of the filename doesn't help either, your eyes become very frazzled after a few minutes of zigzag scanning. This is pretty much the only reason why I registered on this forum, as I thouht this feature is so important. Many thanks ps. Having now searched through the forums, (keyword 'size') I can find repeated requests for this as far back as Feb07 - if nothing else it shows that this is a constant and repeated suggestion, frustrating many people over the years.
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