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  1. Just installed Windows 10. Microsoft Edge stinks, so I continue using Chrome, using IE11 for a backup. I run CCleaner regularly, usually more than once a day. Disregarding the notion of whether I ought to be running it that often, I write to complain of the message I get (see screen grab attached) that the Microsoft Edge Cache Database must be closed for CCleaner to run. Since I'm not even using Edge, I am left to wonder why its cache database is running. I would like to disable the stupid thing, but haven't found a way, as yet. I'm perfectly comfortable making changes in group policy, the registry, etc., as may be necessary to accomplish my goal. Your perspectives and observations will be most appreciated. Thanks, DennisHallack
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