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  1. Bonjour, May I add other suggestions for the french translation (CCLeaner v2.17.853) ? Sorry for the rather long post, but I wanted it to be clear & straighforward for the translation team. * "Cleaner" section : Replace.: "Analyse" (button) By......: "Analyser" Note....: More consistent Replace.: "Lancer le nettoyage" (button) By......: "Nettoyer" * "Registry" section : Replace.: "DLLs Partag?es Inexistantes" (option) By......: "DLL partag?es inexistantes" Replace.: "Arrangement du Menu D?marrer" By......: "Arrangement du menu D?marrer" Note....: In french, all "useless" uppercased initials should be removed (in all the other option item/button/window titles as well). The exception : begining of a sentence, family names and -here- software option items (as shown in the system menus, options, ...) Replace.: "ActiveX et Class Invalides" (option) By......: "ActiveX et classes incorrectes" Replace.: "Type de librairies" (option & other) By......: "Type de biblioth?que" Note....: (Faux ami !) Replace.: "Chercher les erreurs" (button) By......: "Analyser" Replace.: "R?parer les erreurs s?lectionn?es" (button) By......: "R?parer" Replace.: "Cl? Registre" (field title) By......: "Cl? de registre" * "Tools" section : Replace.: "Sauver le texte..." (button) By......: "Sauver la liste..." * "Options" section : Replace.: "A Propos." (button) By......: "? propos" Note....: Even uppercase characters can be accentuated nowadays (and since a long time ago thanks to Extended ASCII). * "Options/Include" : Replace.: "Personnaliser" (Section title) By......: "Inclusion" * "Options/Exclude" : Replace.: "Exclure" (Section title) By......: "Exclusion" * "Options/Include", "Options/Exclude" sections : Replace.: "Editer" (button) By......: "?diter" Note....: Same as above - even uppercase characters are ought to be accentuated in french (according to the Imprimerie Nationale for what I've been told). For the new "Wipe Free Space" option, I would suggest "Vider l'espace disponible" (variant "Vidage de l'espace disponible"). Aethec's notes apparently still apply for the latest available version. If this can help. Have a nice day !
  2. Bonjour, You might have to check if the user environment variables are properly set ? [ For Windows XP : " My computer " properties / " Advanced " tab / " Environment variables " : TEMP and TMP variables can be set either for the current user or for the whole system) (or whatever the items might be called in your language) ] CCleaner seems to clean the according folders here. We decided to point the TEMP and TMP variables to "%SystemDrive%\TEMP" for all of our computers, and to "D:\TEMP" (when it exists) for all the users. Some files (currently used and locked ones probably) are indeed left by CCleaner after a cleaning, though. Have a nice day.
  3. Bonjour, It's been a while we are using CCleaner. It works equally well for us (for what we are asking it) since v1.30, and it even speaks my language rather well (congratulation to the translators). I am now taking the time to place a suggestion for this fine product. So guys, what about making it multi-user aware? Windows can manage multiple users since NT4, so wouldn't it be nice if the application installers (at least) could follow the rules. (;-) Two examples come to my mind: At the installation time, there's an option to create shortcuts and another one to create a program folder in the startup menu. What about a sub-option to select wether the "All Users" desktop or the "Current" one will be affected? Some of the main cleaning options should be "activated" for most users, whereas some could be annoying. What about a "Default user" set of cleaning options or an "initial installation" mode that would prevent the "Default User" account to be edited every time? Keep up with this good work! Have a nice day you all.
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