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  1. Windows 10 1903

    Nergal it's not too much of a surprise that the previous v1809 wasn't offered with all the issues it initially had and the continued issues being found with it. I think I read somewhere online where the install rate was only in the 20% range. Only thing is with v1903 and the potential issues listed and versions of drivers and software they state are needed from OEM's, well good luck with that. Many OEM's offer "new" drivers at a glacial speed.
  2. CCleaner free and Windows 10 update files

    I wouldn't run any disk cleaning program during that scenario rather it's built into Windows itself such as Disk Cleanup and Storage Sense, and definitely not any third party cleaning programs such as CCleaner, etc.
  3. Those are put there by CCleaner itself, located in the Cookies to Keep area so it won't delete them. You can find those located in CCleaner at: Options > Cookies
  4. Another Microsoft critical update for XP

    No, no, no! If you do that registry "hack/tweak" that was on some websites a few years ago the problem it causes with Windows Updates, and Automatic Updates is it lists updates that have absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with your computer. Then your stuck with going through a myriad of updates that have a good chance of causing issues on your system. Also after that "hack/tweak" is applied you can NOT undo it, to get rid of it would mean you'd need to restore the computer (disk image or manufacturer restore partition), or format+reinstall if you have the original install CD to have a new fresh copy of Windows.
  5. New free version

    +1
  6. Another Microsoft critical update for XP

    I installed it days ago, it installs without any issue. It simply replaces what used to be called the Terminal Services (called something else nowadays) in the System32 folder to protect against another WannaCry (2017) type of malware outbreak.
  7. It's your robot overlord, well that's what it sounds like. Reminds me of what was said not too long ago on the news where if someone signs up for particular services they essentially have no privacy, especially with smart devices in the home that can listen to everything.
  8. CCleaner Pro+ Outdated Licensing Model

    I'm not a software vendor, just a regular user of the software that volunteers as a moderator. All I did was point out the that most software is a 1 year subscription nowadays, as that obviously allows companies to keep money flowing in versus one-time life-time subscriptions that could essentially bankrupt them in short order.
  9. request of a driver updater

    Good luck because even PC manufacturers don't keep up with the drivers (display drivers, etc.,) with their own built-in "updater(s)".
  10. need to recover a word file

    Some charge which seems like a very high amount if they can for instance write new file headers into files. Not defending the one the OP tried, but I've seen at least an two occasions over the years where the price was claimed to cover the licensing the developer has to pay for the ability to write particular file headers.
  11. Microsoft Edge holding up Ccleaner

    You can probably change that mail client to be the default. Type in Default into the Cortana/Search bar, then click upon Default App Settings.
  12. I don't know, however going by the Defraggler screenshot in the background it states all your disks are SSDs. If they are SSDs hopefully you are not defragmenting them.
  13. Firefox Extensions REBOOTED

    We don't have to use that about:config "tweak" in old versions! Disabled Add-On Fix For Firefox 47 - 56: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/disabled-add-on-fix-52-56/ It installs an add-on, with the description in it stating: Inject intermediate certificate to fix bug 1548973. Works back to 47.
  14. Microsoft Edge holding up Ccleaner

    That's just some random info you've found unfortunately, and not necessarily something I'd follow or do.
  15. request of a driver updater

    Acer has the built-in Acer Care Center, albeit it very rarely updates on my 2018 Acer laptop.
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