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  1. When my OS was Windows XP before, I would not end and restart the process of explorer after using ccleaner instead I restarted my windows and the obsolete notification cached were gone. But when I shifted my OS to Windows 7, when using ccleaner and restarted my OS nothing happens in the notification cached. No matter how many times you done this it won't do it's job until and only your restart your explorer after cleaning and you have to restart the explorer before restarting or shutting down your windows 7 or else notification cached will not be removed. Yes, I havn't notice the changes in warning untill I ticked and unticked the box I havn't notice this because I'm using my ini configuration since then. When an update comes I usually just replace ccleaner.exe only. Actually, you just have to delete this two entries in the registry. HKCU\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\TrayNotify|IconStreams HKCU\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\TrayNotify|PastIconsStream and restart the explorer. Windows 7 has different approached before shutting down, logging off and restarting in this entries it will write and fetch data from its memory. Therefore, when the notification cached is not cleared from it's memory then nothing will be changed, it will right back all the cached from the memory to the registry. So that's why you have to restart explorer to clear the cached.
  2. I confirmed that this steps really works but it seems to be a workaround. It would be great if ccleaner can managed this alone. I'm not saying this because I hate this steps, but instead it will make ccleaner a better tool to everyone. Thanks for all your help. RPL
  3. No, but I've rebooted my pc several times and nothing has changed, considering that the notification cached is obsolete. I think it's more than enough. Thanks, I appreciate your time. RPL
  4. Hi everyone and to the Piriform Developer Team, I used Windows 7 Ultimate SP1, 32 bits and CCleaner 3.07.1457. ccleaner.ini [Options] Language=1033 WINDOW_LEFT=624 WINDOW_TOP=73 JumplistTasks=0 BackupPrompt=0 WINDOW_WIDTH=733 WINDOW_HEIGHT=525 WINDOW_MAX=0 UpdateKey=10/30/2010 07:47:11 PM DelayTemp=1 MSG_CONFIRMCLEAN=False (App)Game Explorer=True (App)Windows Error Reporting=True (App)DNS Cache=True (App)Start Menu Shortcuts=True (App)Desktop Shortcuts=True (App)FTP Accounts=True (App)Menu Order Cache=True (App)Window Size/Location Cache=True (App)Custom Folders=True (App)Thumbnail Cache=False (App)Google Chrome - Cookies=False (App)Google Chrome - Download History=False (App)Google Chrome - Internet Cache=False (App)Google Chrome - Internet History=False (App)Google Chrome - Session=False (App)Tray Notifications Cache=True (App)MS Search Helper Extension=True (App)Mozilla - Internet Cache=False I'm experiencing possible bug in which the "Try Notification Cache" feature is not working. After trying several times with this option enabled. None of this obsolete notification cache where removed. I wonder if it is really a bug or this feature is not available in my Windows Version. If this is found to be a bug. It will be great to be fixed in the next version Thanks very much. RPL
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