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  1. I'm not sure if this is already in the latest version of Winapp2.ini or not, but recently, I used the latest stable version of Utorrent to download a few torrents, & by accident, when I was checking on something else's appdata, I noticed this. After I finished downloading a few torrents with Utorrent (read, they were all at 100%), I left them in Utorrent's list for about 6 hours to help seed them. After that, I removed them from Utorrent's list & shut down Utorrent completely. Utorrent wasn't even in the task bar, & I have my task bar set to show me everything that is running. Later, I was checking on something else in my appdata, & I noticed that Utorrent's appdata still had a .torrent file of everything that I had downloaded with Utorrent. I ran CCleaner with CCenhancer & Winapp2.ini, but they were still there after that. Below is where they were located. C:\Users\Yumi6\AppData\Roaming\uTorrent
  2. If you don't use firefox 13+'s new 9 tab display page feature, I found out from somebody how to stop firefox from making them in the first place. 1) Start firefox. 2) In firefox's address bar, type "about:config". 3) Right click somewhere, click "new > boolean". 4) Name this "browser.pagethumbnails.capturing_disabled". 5) Set it's value as "true". 6) Close that tab.
  3. I found something strange that very recent versions of firefox do (I don't know which version it started with, but I use FF 15.0a1 en-US portable). When I was defragging my hard drive, I found that firefox had generated a large collection of .png thumbnails of sites that I had been to. (I was offline at the time.) I assume that firefox does this because the optional thumbnail view of open tabs uses them. I'm not sure if it's a fluke or not, but when I CCleaner with CCEnhancer & the latest Winapp2.ini file, it didn't get the thumbnails in question. Could somebody make sure that the latest Winapp2.ini file either has entries for them or gets the needed entries in the next version? The location of the thumbnails is here. C:\Users\YOUR-NAME\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\vnpzc0ku.default\thumbnails\0\0 to C:\Users\YOUR-NAME\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\vnpzc0ku.default\thumbnails\f\f
  4. My OS = Windows 7 home premium, 32-bit version, english language USA version. I have been using CCleaner & CCEnhancer & Winapp2.ini for several years now. It had been a few months since I last updated any of them, so on May 21, 2012, I downloaded & installed the very latest versions of all of them. I also downloaded & used "trim.bat". After running & configuring everything (& no, I didn't RUN CCleaner when "trim.bat" told me not to), I used CCleaner's primary function. So far, so good. Then I opened up a folder in my pictures section, one that only has 15 pictures in it, for a total of 82.9 MBs. After letting Windows render them as thumbnails, I went up one folder, then back into that very same folder a half second later. Instead of the thumbnails either being already rendered or only taking a half second (give or take) to re-render, all of their thumbnails were blank, & I had to wait for Windows to render them as if it was the first time that I had ever been to that folder. This is the very FIRST time that this has ever happened to me before. My question is, was this problem caused by either the new CCleaner, the new CCEnhancer, the new Winapp2.ini, or the "trim.bat", & if so, then what can I do about it?
  5. You guys know that Defraggler 1.21.209's download says that it is 1.0.0.0, right? You can fix that, right? --- This message was brought to you by honest version numbers.
  6. You must have made a mistake. You say that CCleaner's latest version is 2.36.1233, but when I downloaded it (from your own site) it says 2.0.0.0. Please fix this. --- This message was brought to you by honest version numbers.
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