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  1. Why the active monitoring? Don't you people get it? Look what happened to FB - $100 billion drop in stock. Why do you think it is ok to monitor people and try and tell us it is for a better product? Better yet - why don't you tell people up front what you are trying to doo instead of just sneaking it in? Or give us a way to verify your claim it is just anonymous data. What are you collecting and why? When I delete my IE history are you downloading it for other purposes? A once trusted utility has sold out and is now spyware - and tries to cover it up with a "fake" disclaimer. I'm not only going to remove this software I'm going to find a way to replace it once and for all with my own script process. PS - does Avast! software protect me against spying by CC?
  2. Yes it does. In fact, that is the topic I got the script from. My questions are: 1) how do I verify the script ran and 2) do I have have to worry about Administrative Access?
  3. This isn't a bug or a suggestion so I wasn't sure where to post. I picked the sub-forum with the most replies. I have WIN 10 x64 / Pro. I set up a script and assigned it to Shutdown through Group Policy that contains nothing more than "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner64.exe" /AUTO I think it works - shutdown seems to take longer. But I don't know how to verify it does work. Nor do I know if I have to worry about Administrative Access. What I want to do is run CCleaner at shutdown. I use multiple browsers and just want all the junk to go away. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks.
  4. When I run CC the contents of my web cache (C:\Users\MyName\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache) are marked as deleted. I have gone to this folder and verified that is true. If I reboot and run CC again (even though I have not run IE and have verified this folder to be empty) CC tells me there are 8 files and 28,184 KB removed. The option is Internet - - Internet Explorer More*. It's been this way for at least a week. It may have been there longer - that's just when I noticed it. It's not fatal as my web cache is flushed but kind of curious. Any thoughts? Thanks.
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