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  1. I just completed a clean install of Win8 and CC 4. Regardless of the option relating to UAC, I still get the UAC for any and all users. I've also tweaked the Task Scheduler because the target is ccleaner.exe rather than ccleaner64.exe but it makes no difference. I've tried prefixing the user or group with/without the computer name without success. I've tried with/without the argument that gets installed with a standard all users install performed by an administrator. I can't get anything to work. This was not always the case. I've had CC running without UAC on earlier builds of Win8. I've tweaked the shortcuts as they also have settings for UAC or administrative permissions. Tried every switch on shortcuts, task manager. Nothing works to bypass the UAC that I can find.
  2. I don't find that the updated version really fixed the issue so I would not recommend this thread be closed. The steps I outlined in my November 2, 2011 (Post #4 above) still apply. With the new 3.13.1600 version, I'm cleaning all Chrome items except Saved Passwords yet the new tab function continues to display previous urls visited (beyond the two defaults) after Chrome is closed, CCleaner is run and Chrome is restarted. See updates to my original post (#4) above that may lead the CCleaner developers to a solution.
  3. In my case, Sync is not enabled. I have a fresh copy of Chrome installed. In addition, when Chrome exits, there are no processes relating to Chrome that continue running (Examined with Sysinternals Process Explorer). Great suggestions, however. I had not thought to check those items.
  4. I was able to reproduce this with the same configuration: Google Chrome 15.0.874.106 m (latest final version, no beta); CCleaner V3.12.1572. Here's the steps I took to reproduce the problem: 1. Set CCleaner's Chrome Settings (check the boxs) as follows: Internet Cache, Internet History, Cookies, Download History, Session, Saved Form Information. 2. Start Chrome. 3. Clean a session with Chrome's native cleaner (Tool icon, Tools, Clear Browsing Data: Clear browsing history, Clear download history, Empty the cache, Clear saved Autofill form data). We leave Cookies unchecked so that CCleaner can manage them. 4. Close Chrome. 5. Start Chrome; access any 10 urls. 6. Close Chrome. 7. Run CCleaner with the clean settings listed in step 1 above. 8. Start chrome. 9. Access new tab. Most Visited URLs show only the two default URLs. It appears Chrome is clean. 10. Access a second new tab. Two default URLs are listed as are the 10 recently visited sites from step 5. Using Chrome's native cleaner, this same process would have wiped the non-default URLs regardless of how many new tabs were opened. Note: Assumes no changes have been made to default New Tab page and that the Most Visited selection at the bottom of the page is selected. End of test. Update: 11/28/2011 In this test process, all URLs are from shortcuts. None are typed URLs. Chrome browser user does not have Administrative rights but has Power Users rights. Update: 11/30/2011 Chrome's native cleaner (step 3 above), makes changes to two files that CCleaner does not. Both files are in: C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\ Archived History Archived History-journal It is likely changes to these files are why Chrome can clean the old URLs and CCleaner does not but I'm not technically savvy enough to get into these files to determine why. Update: 12/01/2011 CCleaner version 3.13.1600; Chrome version 15.0.874.121 Problem still exists in Step 10 of test.
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