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  1. I don't know if it's in the FAQ, but you can copy the CCleaner shortcut to the desktop and in the target, change it to "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe" /AUTO and save that, then put it in the Start > Programs > Startup folder.


    Maybe MrG will add an option to automatically create an autoclean startup entry via registry.





    What's the Run CCleaner when the computer starts Settings in Options then? :unsure:


    BTW, it does do an /AUTO. B)

  2. Here is a Technical Bug.


    Version: 1.19.105


    Not sure how long it's been in CCleaner. Just found it...


    Applies to winapp.ini, winapp2.ini, winsys.ini, and winreg.ini


    Changing the Default= value of an entry in any of the ini's, CCleaner will not recognize the new Default= value. You have to manually change it in the registry.

  3. Notebook


    Notebook is really good when you need to cut and paste stuff to notepad. But Notebook is better, it's smaller, and stays in the taskbar when you close it. So it doesn't take up desktop space. It auto saves the text, so you can paste or type more stuff. Plus it has a spell checker.




    It looks good and I am planning on using it, but I am out of blank CD's. :(

  4. Notebook


    Notebook is a text editor that can be used to take simple notes, or as a replacement for Microsoft's Notepad application.

    When not in use, Notebook resides in the system tray.


    Notebook will automatically save the text you have written upon exit and restore it when restarted.


    Notebook incorporates all the standard features expected from a text editor, plus a few extras.


    Features Include:

    ? Open, Save & Print capability for text files

    ? Spell checker

    ? Global Hotkey Assignment

    ? Transparency

    ? Ability to stay on top of other windows

    ? Ability to load when Windows starts

    ? Live Update over the Internet




    CD Menu


    Allows the user to construct a CD which will install a variety of applications

    from a menu list, by selecting the item and clicking the install button.

  5. CCleaner not cleaning correctly.


    [Current User Temp]


    DetectFile=%userprofile%\Local Settings\Temp


    FileKey1=%userprofile%\Local Settings\Temp|*.*


    It won't delete any folders in that folder. Can you have it to delete everything in that folder? (Except for files in use of course).