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  1. I don't have any software installed being utilized for cache, cookies, etc. I don't have Win10, but what you say sounds like what the problem could be...only updating for Win10, and not for all Win. I'm not the only person who uses Win7pro, so this must be a problem for many people. Most people don't complain (for many reasons). I don't want those cookies from IE collecting info. for a week before I take the 5 min. to delete them...defeats the porpoise of having CCleaner, no? Hopefully CCleaner will fix this. Thank You for all your input, people! If you find out anything else, please let me know, because this is unlivable.
  2. It doesn't matter if people with CCleaner use IE or not. Their cookies always end up on our computers, and CCleaner knows this--which is why it is supposed to search for them and remove them. I've been using it for years...would have un-ticked it long ago if what you said is true. Nice guess.
  3. I never use IE. Ever. I only use Firefox.
  4. When running a scan. At the very beginning when it is attempting to scan for IE cookies it basically stops there for at least a minute and ends up not scanning it at all. As of now, it stops on that spot for a minimum of 5 minutes and I just turn it off...not waiting anymore, as it defeats any purpose. The reason I have downloaded and re-downloaded is because I'm trying desperately to fix this situation--but it does nothing to help. At first it seems to be working okay, until the 2nd scan--and then it gets worse exponentially. Thank You for replying, Dave.
  5. I have tried downloading and re-downloading and nothing changes. It is now stopping for a full 30 seconds+ on IE Explorer and then skipping it and then taking another minute+ to finish. I wait for 3 minutes and then close it, because it is now futile to even try. I use Win. 7pro on a Dell Precision m6800...
  6. My CC Cleaner is now skipping Internet Explorer and taking a long time to do so. If I have to, I'd rather wait and have IE cleared than have it skipped. I do not even use IE, but those cookies get on here anyway and need to be cleared. I use Win. 7 pro, on a Dell Precision m6800 laptop, if it makes any difference.
  7. Thank You for all your kind replies. I do not use IE. I have nothing open that uses IE. Now it has changed since I got an update from Windows...now it sticks on IE cookies, but does not show IE cookies as having been cleaned, either. It is now not even reporting it. Even though I do not use IE, and use no programs that use IE, IE is invasive. Going onto the internet is having IE automatically be attempting to get on your computer someway, somehow...it is just who they are and what they do. For years, there are always IE cookies to clean up...until now. If it's not one thing it's another, or, to quote Roseanne Rosannadanna, "It's always something." May Gilda Radner be a blessed memory for all who knew and loved her.
  8. Hi--and Thank You for your kind reply! There is no error message. I have never ticked "do not show me this again." There is no place to do so with the notice. I realize it only works when I am offline...this is how it works. In the "Custom Clean" mode, it shows "Internet Explorer cookies skipped." In the Easy Clean mode, it shows 1 tracker (not a cookie) and when you open it up, it says it is an Internet Explorer tracker. I do not know what to think--except that this has been going on for months, with this new version as well as the previous version.
  9. v5.58.7209 is skipping Internet Explorer cookie deletion, just the same as the previous CC version. It is taking a long time on IE, and then not deleting the cookies. I check over and over and over and over...but to no avail. I use Win. 7pro, Firefox, Dell laptop. Will this be fixed?
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