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  1. If you're downloading the free version make sure the checksums/hashes match (even though they don't publish them on the download site), and also right-click the file and make sure the Digital Signature is valid and signed. File Name: spsetup131.exe MD5: 0F3457989D9F5CF05A8EA435CB26A704 SHA-1: 7BAF469001833D3A7B1D2E377426B439C7F981AE SHA-256: F52EC93F4EA0B4D7CCE5C4B495B8B2DA2657FF2073A1745993D972AE8D8389F2 One of the detections is by ESET/NOD which will always detect the included 3rd party Google software. Also since the installer was compiled with NSIS that may cause some scanners to produce a false positive every now and then. VirusTotal did have 4 detections earlier (from 2 hours ago), and now with the link provided below it has 2 detections. Scan results from online scanners: Jotti https://virusscan.jotti.org/en-US/filescanjob/7odx8py36t VirusTotal https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/f52ec93f4ea0b4d7cce5c4b495b8b2da2657ff2073a1745993d972ae8d8389f2/analysis/1519127846/
  2. How do I remove registry entires using .INI file?

    It wouldn't be CCleaner that you'd need to use to remove left-overs from long uninstalled software in the registry such as registry settings, etc. You'd need to manually edit the registry yourself using the tool built into Windows called RegEdit. If you're not familiar with manually editing the registry it's best left alone since there's a chance of damaging the registry and possibly making Windows unbootable. If you do decide to edit the registry the best advice I can give is make a System Restore Point before beginning, that way you can undo any possible damage without having to reinstall/restore Windows.
  3. Deleting a Tempory Internet File

    If you're on Windows 10 almost immediately after cleaning it will re-download whatever it needs to display, such as items in the Start Menu (news, weather), etc., which are fetched from the Internet.
  4. CCleaner Sloooow

    You could also try cleaning with Chrome's built-in cleaning abilities. I've personally had to do that with SRWare Iron (a Chrome/Chromium clone) because CCleaner misses some small amount of cache in it.
  5. There's also: * OldApps.com - http://www.oldapps.com/ccleaner.php * OldVersion.com - http://www.oldversion.com/windows/ccleaner/
  6. Long running script

    Not having used IE for years I didn't known until I found this good explanation of it: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie8-windows_7/what-does-disable-script-debug-mean/9475daf6-6197-434d-84df-9c495c0cdabb Here was the search I used that has many things about it: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=disable+script+debugging+in+internet+explorer&t=ffsb&ia=web
  7. Question is in the topic title: CCleaner won't delete uninstall entries Which can happen for various reasons on a system. One of which to start with is make sure you're using an admin account in order to modify uninstall entries.
  8. CCleaner Sloooow

    It will likely also take a long time to clean IE and Edge, if running Win10. Possibly Chrome is still running in the background tasks if it hasn't been configured to not keep things running as seen here.
  9. Long running script

    Java, and Javascript are not the same thing though. Javascript (although they could've used some other scripting) is something that runs inside of a webpage to do things, etc., whereas Java is an installed program which I won't get into explaining being that I've had it uninstalled for many years.
  10. Long running script

    From your descriptions it sounds like a Javascript error to me, and IE will complain when it isn't perfect.
  11. Windows changes how it updates on Win 7 and 8

    What Win10, back when they were giving it away for free and when it upgraded on some systems without any user interaction? Some people have wondered why on Earth it was free, I always thought it was so people wouldn't really have a grounds to complain upon since it has the spying aspects of the OS (so essentially it isn't free per-say).
  12. Perhaps move the registry cleaner into the Tools section.
  13. I found the old topic that details the last non-SSE2 compatible version which is: CCleaner 5.26.5937 (Standard Installer) released 17 January 2017 can be downloaded at: http://filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/72800/
  14. You not only need Windows XP with Service Pack 3 (SP3), it was also discovered many versions ago by users that the processor also needs SSE2 (or compatible). I don't know what the last version of CCleaner was that supports non-SSE2 processors, however there's an archive of older versions listed here on the right-hand side that can be tried.

    Make sure you are NOT using a cleaner in a winapp2.ini file (or an enhancer) that "cleans" torrents! Over the years people have been trying to include cleaners that would nuke on-going current torrent downloads thus destroying them.