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Elliot53

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  1. Depending on which version you have of office, you just go to the options and untick a check box which says recently used files; so there is no need for CCleaner to clear Office MRU's. But assuming you want to have the list of recently used files there then, that's your choice. But it would be helpful to know the specifics. There is a program which deletes MRU's which is offered by javacool software (freeware). You can get it here: http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/mrublaster.html or here: http://download.cnet.com/MRU-Blaster/3000-2094_4-10906847.html?tag=mncol Give the details of the MRU's not cleared to the devs to look at, they might come up with a solution.
  2. A gadget with a CPU meter and RAM meter built in, as well as the usual speccy stuff, to make it more uniform and look better than 7's own CPU/RAM meter.
  3. First, marmite, I never said move the files, I said copy. Second, this is my preferred way of doing it; I am aware of the other builds though. I find this easier, as when you update your standard version, you don't need to download a second version especially for your external drive, you just copy the files as said earlier. Of course you or the other users may chose to download the "Other Builds"; personal preference. Also there is no/little difference with either methods; aside from the memory usage of course.
  4. The program/s worked fine from a flash drive on my other pc which is on xp not vista. I suppose it depends on OS and permission level; but otherwise it should work. The program or programs usually add registry keys themselves.
  5. Just copy the program from your program files. LOOK AT THE ATTACHMENT Please note: obviously 32 bit versions work with both 32 bit and 64 bit, BUT 64 bit only work with other 64 bit operating systems. Also the program file for Ccleaner, Recuva and Speccy maybe in a folder called program files (x86) if you have 64 bit.
  6. All the products should be combined to make a suitable and powerful utility program, (didn't know where to post this LOL). Obviously the products should still be available separately. How about it?
  7. Well then, that's one for the developers. I think that a 64 bit version is needed. But I'd like to see an all in on package with all the products contained (Ccleaner, Defraggler, Recuva and speccy); but tailored specifically for 64 bit.
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