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  1. Thanks. I have done more testing: I first signed into both ebay.com and amazon.com. In CCleaner, Options, Cookies, I selected all the cookies, right click, "Delete now". I ran CCleaner again, and those cookies no longer showed up. I then visited ebay.com, and I was still logged into ebay.com (presumably because of cookie). I ran CCleaner again, and ebay.com showed up again. I then visited amazon.com, and I was still logged into amazon.com (presumably because of cookie). I ran CCleaner again, and www.amazon.com showed up again. In IE11, Tools, Delete browsing history..., check Cookies, Delete. When I visited ebay.com or amazon.com, I was no longer logged in. So CCleaner is likely using the APIs to some extent, but is not cleaning cookies completely. CCleaner still works fine with 1703 to clean IE11 cookies. I have tried both versions 5.37 and 5.38 with 1709.
  2. I can no longer clean IE11 cookies after upgrading to 1709. If you run "shell:cookies", you can find a file named deprecated.cookie with content: "Cookies are no longer stored in files. Please use InternetCookie APIs to access cookies."
  3. IE10 on Win 7 bug

    The problem appears to be fixed with CCleaner 4.02.4115. Please see http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=37836. You do need to "Delete browsing history" first (presumably to fix already corrupted IE 10 data), and CCleaner 4.02 no longer corrupts IE 10 data.
  4. I am happy to report that the problem appears to be fixed with CCleaner 4.02.4115. You do need to "Delete browsing history" first: Go to Internet Options, Browsing history > Delete... Make sure "Cookies and website data" is checked. Click Delete, wait till you get "Internet Explorer has finished deleting the selected browsing history." notification. Then, running CCleaner 4.02 no longer causes the problem. It seems CCleaner 3.26 through 4.01 corrupted IE 10 data. But CCleaner 4.02 does not. "Delete browsing history" fixes corrupted IE 10 data, and with CCleaner 4.02 no loger corrupting IE 10 data, things work great. I am sure people appreciate Nergal volunteering to be the moderator. But I wish Nergal would have taken me (and other like me) more seriously in the future. The problem I reported could be consistently reproduced every single time. It was not random. Thanks the developer for fixing the problem.
  5. The problem persists with CCleaner 4.01.4093. I believe this to be the same problem reported in http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=38312. But here I have documented exactly how to reproduce the problem. In response to Nergal's reply on 30 March 2013 in the 38312 topic: I have never had the same problem with IE8 or IE7. I have documented how to fix the problem above. You shouldn't need to reboot. So it looks like we have at least three topics on the same problem: http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=37836 http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=38104 http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=38312
  6. IE10 on Win 7 bug

    I am surprised that this has been reported as fixed in Windows 7, because the bug persists in Windows 8 with version 4.00.4064. Please see http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=37836. I thought the CNBC webpage allows one to consistently reproduce the problem (you can see exactly what not loading properly means).
  7. This bug persists in version 4.00.4064. Unchecking both Index.dat and History makes no difference. This seems to be the same bug as reported in http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=38104, and I am surprised that one report says it's been fixed in Windows 7. The symptom is the same (certain websites not loading properly). And I thought the CNBC webpage allows one to consistently reproduce the problem (you can see exactly what not loading properly means).
  8. This bug persists in version 3.28.1913. Microsoft is pushing out IE10 for Windows 7 today, so more people will be using IE10. If you run into the same problem (e.g., on a different website), try the fix above before the bug is fixed in CCleaner.
  9. This happens with both 3.26 and 3.27. Run CCleaner. Open http://www.cnbc.com/id/100430863, and the video area is black. To fix, go to Internet Options, Browsing history > Delete... Make sure "Cookies and website data" is checked. Click Delete, wait till you get "Internet Explorer has finished deleting the selected browsing history." notification. Refresh the page. The video area is live. Run CCleaner again. Open http://www.cnbc.com/id/100430863, and the video area is black again.
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