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eldrin

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  1. Yes, the .EXE file itself has the correct version info in it. And the correct version info is shown in Programs and Features (which means the correct version info is in the registry).
  2. What method is the Software Updater using to determine the version number of Beyond Compare? On my primary desktop PC, I've got Beyond Compare 4.2.9 installed, which is the latest version. However, the software updater in CCleaner thinks that Beyond Compare 4.1.9 is installed. I've even tried installing 4.2.9 again, over itself, however the Software Updater still thinks that 4.1.9 is installed. On my other PC, the Software Updater correctly recognizes that Beyond Compare 4.2.9 is installed.
  3. CCleaner 5.01, just like 5.00, has an issue with the window controls (minimize, maximize/restore, close) whereby those actions occur on the mouse-down click event rather than mouse-up, which feels extremely unnatural.
  4. I've installed CCleaner v5.00.5050 on my Win 7 x64 machine. It has two monitors, and the taskbar is oriented vertically along the left edge of the left monitor. When I try to maximize CCleaner on the left monitor, it leaves a gap on the left side, and the maximized CCleaner window takes up space on the second monitor to the right. In other words, it's getting the coordinates completely wrong and is maximizing across both monitors.
  5. I've installed CCleaner v5.00.5050 on my Win 7 x64 machine. It has two monitors, and the taskbar is oriented vertically along the left edge of the left monitor. When I try to maximize CCleaner on the left monitor, it leaves a gap on the left side, and takes up space on the second monitor to the right. In other words, it's getting the coordinates completely wrong and is maximizing across both monitors.
  6. I wonder if anyone at Piriform even reads these forum threads, and whether there's even any point reporting bugs. This wasn't a request for technical support, it was a bug report. On a separate note, the memory timings reported by Speccy for this system don't match with reality either, so I guess it just means Speccy can't be trusted for accurate information. Better to use HWiNFO64, CPU-Z, AIDA64, etc., which do show accurate information.
  7. Also, there are other inaccuracies, e.g.: 1. The socket is wrong. This CPU actually uses a BGA 1170 socket. 2. It says this CPU supports Hyperthreading, which it does not. For comparison, see what AIDA64 shows for this system's CPU:
  8. My CPU, which is a Celeron J1900, is shown in Speccy as a Celeron J1850. See attached screenshot. On the Summary page it also incorrectly shows J1850.
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