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  1. CCleaner and Windows 7

    I too upgraded a system from XP to Windows 7. I'm yet to be convinced that CCleaners installer or cleanup works 'great', primarily due to the permissions changes within the Windows Registry and the drastic changes made to the hard/soft link 'shortcuts' in Win7. Yes, I've chosen to reinstate Quick Launch ^^. To install CCleaner to run or open from the Recycle bin or to ensure that it cleans the IE temporary internet files, see my post in http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=19839 We must all remember that Win7 is still in Beta and there may be many changes before it goes on full release.
  2. CCleaner with win 7 problem

    From the first reply this was heading way OT ... apologies to the OP. It's the OS that is beta, ok? To test application compatibility in a beta OS, you need to install and test the programs that you normally use. If they work or they can be tweaked to work, then fine. If they won't install or run, then the OS and App developers have a chance to work to get things working smoothly. Until the software has been tested on the OS, you don't know if it's incompatible or not. If you check the link I posted earlier, you'll see that this problem has been happening since before Vista was released and may not be related to CCleaner.
  3. CCleaner with win 7 problem

    Umm, it's all part of beta-testing ... testing application compatibility is a normal part of testing a beta OS. To the OP - try looking through this thread http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/Lost-Language-Bar-t7293.html There maybe an easy fix there for this old problem.
  4. Windows 7 Beta / CCleaner Doesn't Work

    Hi all, first a fix for the Recycle Bin issue. From http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums...84-0a00e4ff0da5 Open Regeditand drill down to [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}\Shell\]. Right-click the Shell 'folder' and click Permissions. Change the permissions for Administrators to FULL CONTROL. Install CCleaner*, then go back into the registry and reset the permissions on this same key back to READ. *If CC is already installed, change the Options to add Open and/or Run to the Recycle Bin menu. If you find, as I did, that IE Temporary Internet files are not being cleaned, add C:\Users\*UserName*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files to CC's Custom Files and Folders. Options > Include > Add Folder.
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