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  1. Sorry if this has already been asked and answered, but I did search the forums pretty extensively. I'm trying to exclude a particular cookie from being erased, but only for a particular browser (i.e., Chrome). I want the cookie from the same site erased when stored by Firefox. Is this possible? Whenever I exclude the cookie I want after having only visited that site with Chrome, once I visit the same site with Firefox, Firefox's cookie will automatically be excluded -- I don't want this. Any known workaround?
  2. Since you're the only other person on here that seems to use Sandboxie, I guess I'll ask for your opinion. Do you think it would be better off to modify the Sandboxie entry to erase the contents of all Sandboxes? Like this: [sandboxie Container Files*] LangSecRef=3024 DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Sandboxie\Start.exe Default=False ExcludeKey1=FILE|%SystemDrive%\Sandbox\%UserName%\DONT-USE.TXT FileKey1=%SystemDrive%\Sandbox\%UserName%|*.*|RECURSE Since I've only been using the default sandbox up until now, I just realized that no settings are contained in the above folder; just contents. So, if you have multiple Sandboxes, this will delete all the contents, but preserve your actual Sandboxes -- and their settings.
  3. I just fixed it now! I made a mistake in the first edit (earlier today), so make sure you ad the entry as of this post.
  4. Why? Because I made a mistake. I fixed it in the above post You're right for the most part, and I fixed it in the above post. However, Desktop.ini remains undeleted by Sandboxie (it is a hidden file).
  5. Suggestion I'd like to see an option to erase the contents of Sandboxie's default container folder. Here's an entry that would do that, but preserve your settings: [sandboxie Default Container (Contents)*] LangSecRef=3024 DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Sandboxie\Start.exe Default=False ExcludeKey1=FILE|%SystemDrive%\Sandbox\%UserName%\DefaultBox\DONT-USE.TXT ExcludeKey2=FILE|%SystemDrive%\Sandbox\%UserName%\DefaultBox\desktop.ini FileKey1=%SystemDrive%\Sandbox\%UserName%\DefaultBox|*.*|RECURSE Although Sandboxie does have options to do this itself, I prefer CCleaner's secure file deletion method. Edit: Fixed directories and files, thanks to randomcore.
  6. There is a typo in the [Nitro PDF Reader*] entry. Under the line, "Detect=HKCU\Software\NitroPDF\Reader\1.0" you're missing a space between Nitro and PDF. Without it, the entry doesn't show up in CCleaner even if a user has Nitro Reader. Fixed: Detect=HKCU\Software\Nitro PDF\Reader\1.0
  7. I'm using CCleaner 3.01.1327 64-bit on Windows 7 x64. I've made sure both browsers were closed; I waited a short period after closing them and even checked task manager to make sure they weren't lingering around.
  8. It seems to be happening mostly with Firefox & Chrome Internet Cache. When I click analyze, the correct number of files appear that should be cleaned out of those two entries, but when I run it, it only cleans a portion of them. Then, if I click analyze right after it finishes cleaning, it will show the correct number of entries remaining (a small portion of what it should have cleaned the first time around). I clean again, and the same problem reoccurs. I'll have to do 3 or 4 consecutive cleans to clear out all the internet cache files.
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