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  1. Ok, Particle Accelerators idea of ending the world is stupid. There is one already in use, it's on a much smaller scale then the one in Switzerland. It's the biggest funded science experiment ever done. The black holes don't last long and aren't true black holes.


    Rogue Black Holes is unlikely. But yes, it could happen. We would know a way of head a time, you can not see a black hole, but you can monitor it's radio waves and see matter moving towards a center. Like a whirlpool.


    Gamma-Ray Burst, who knows. There are many circumstances to fact in and it's like winning the lottery. Most people will never win in their lifetime.


    Never liked or believed the Omega Point. The world will end in a different way, believe you me.


    Bubble Nucleation, Scientists have predicted this would be billions and billions of years. But, humans do make mistakes.


    Divine Intervention, I hope not. Millions of people would be screwed, including myself.


    Solar Activity is a gamble. We have no way to foresee it and no way to prevent it.


    Aliens Attack The Earth, if I had to pick one. That would be it, DESTROY ALL HUMANS! At least we would not be alone. :)


    Global War, humans are dumb enough to do it too...


    Ecosystem Collapse, probably the way the world will end. We suck this world dry and kill everything in it for the almighty dollar.

  2. First off, please be nice. We are not 3 years old...


    I wasn't going to post anything, but this thread is big and active. CCleaner is seriously lacking documentation and this is the only thing really hurting it. About 90% of the posts on this forum about CCleaner, can be answered by the CCleaner Beginner's Guide. I have no idea when and if CCleaner will have a proper help file. I have talked to MrG about this matter long time ago. He said he was going to have me do it and put it on the CCleaner site, and then later. He said he was working on it, based off my Beginner's Guide. But, like I said, it was a long time ago.


    The CCleaner Beginner's Guide is probably bigger than most people think.


    It's averaging about 188,000 hits a day. Ok, take off 200 for my Rainbow Six: Vegas Clan Site. :)


    I am at 187,000 hits so far this month. It was at almost 1.9 million hits last year and I wasn't even hosting the CCleaner Beginner's Guide the whole year. I am excepting it to have more hits this year.


    I just don't think it looks professional for the help to be hosted by a different site, CCleaner is very big and popular, so why not included it on the CCleaner site or in a help file with the program. I am willing to do everything concerning the help documentation.

  3. Here is a real picture of Malware.























  4. Added Poll!


    I did use CCleaner Style for a while, but I found the Piriform Style to be my favorite. I just like the colors, easy on the eyes, and it also looks more professional. The CCleaner Style does need a little work to it...

  5. WINDOWS\ie7 is a backup of IE6, incase you want you uninstall IE7. After doing some resource on the matter. The folder is safe to delete if you are not going to uninstall IE7. As far as the reg files, I have no clue...


    There is also a folder called ie7updates in WINDOWS, which includes the IE7 hotfixes. It is safe to delete them if you are not going to uninstall the hotfixes.

  6. I'm having a problem restoring my registry after backing it up. I'm running windows xp and followed the instructions listed in this thread, but it didn't work. When the backup file was saved I didn't rename it, but went I looked up the file it did show it as a registry type file. When I right clicked on it and clicked merge I got the standard little windows message asking which of the programs I want to use to open it and it lists a bunch of different programs.


    I next renamed the file and added the ".reg", but it did the same thing so I'm still unable to restore my registry.


    The reason I need to restore the registry is because it has messed up my email protection.


    Any help would be greatly appreciated.




    Check out the Help section.

  7. More or less...


    The Applications Tab will clean Firefox, Opera, and Safari browser cache. As far as applications, in very simple terms... It clears the recently opened files either by registry or a history file. If you use Office a lot, I would uncheck it, it has been known to reset your personal settings.