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  1. Update: NTNovo has posted a correction to this story: https://www.htnovo.net/2019/09/riguardo-ccleaner-nei-forum-microsoft.html
  2. Hi Walter Phelps, Our apologies, this doesn't sound right. Please could you submit this request to our support team so we can look into it? https://support.piriform.com/hc/requests/new
  3. Hi OLLI_S, Thank you for the feedback! We use a few internal guidelines when deciding what to add to the Software Updater list: First, do no harm Provide real value to our users Promote good, free software "First, do no harm" - This is one of the core principles of CCleaner. We want PC management and optimisation to be easier for everyone. An essential part of that is providing safe solutions that our users can rely on and trust. For Software Updater, this means we generally won't provide updates to apps where we have seen that our update system doesn't work well alongside the creator's update method. We also look carefully at how we source new versions to check they come from reputable sources and from a secure location. "Provide real value to our users" - If the product generally does a very good job of updating itself, we don't see the need to try to take over that spot. Similarly, we're also on the lookout for software that doesn't have a great update process, or that our users really want to be ready to go at a moment's notice. We are also looking into more direct ways of sourcing suggestions from our community so we can make the software list more robust and relevant. I've made a note of all the items you've suggested. "Promote good, free software" - CCleaner started life as a free tool and in the 15 years since the free version has helped many millions to free up space, uninstall hidden apps and remove unwanted browser plugins and startup items (and more). We want to support creators who provide good, free tools that simplify our digital lives. Where we're aware of reputable, reliable, free software whose teams could really benefit from having users on the latest version, we'll consider including it in Software Updater. If you, or anyone else, has any suggestions for free software that could benefit from inclusion in the CCleaner Software Updater, please let us know!
  4. Hi baronfranco, There was a temporary outage to the update service which was resolved a few hours after your post. You should be able to use the Software Updater normally now.
  5. Winapp2 is great tool in the right hands, but we do not officially support it and it's definitely not considered 'default configuration'. You can change your CCleaner home screen in the Options > Settings menu or, prior to running CCleaner, via the HomeScreen registry key Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Piriform\CCleaner ("0" = Custom Clean, "1" = Easy Clean). If that doesn't work for you, please let us know your specific use case and environment and we can see what we can do.
  6. Thank you very much for passing this back to us. This information is very helpful and gives us what we need to match your Windows setup and attempt to reproduce this directly. Below I have simplified the steps I previously requested into something more straightforward. This will tell us if the shortcut is actually missing, or if it is broken somehow. Try to run Outlook via the taskbar shortcut Do you get the corruption error here? Next, copy the following text to the clipboard (by highlighting it, holding the 'Ctrl' key and pressing the 'C' key): %appdata%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar Next. hold the Windows key and press the 'R' key Paste what you copied previously, by holding the 'Ctrl' key and pressing the 'V' key Press the Enter key (a.k.a. Return key) A window should open with some files listed. My main question here is: Do you see a file called Outlook.lnk ? If the file is there, what happens if you double-click this Outlook shortcut to run it?
  7. Hi scoobydog, First, please can you confirm the following, which will help us to attempt to reproduce the issue: the version of CCleaner you are using (we need to reconfirm this to test on an identical version) the edition of CCleaner you are using (e.g. CCleaner Free, CCleaner Pro) the OS version of Windows you are using: already confirmed as Windows 10 the edition of Windows you are using (e.g. Professional, Home) the Windows build you are using (search for "Windows Update Settings" and scroll down to 'OS build info', e.g. "17134.885") your Windows architecture: already confirmed as 64-bit the version of Internet Explorer you are using how you are trying to launch Outlook Next, please can you run through the following steps, which may help to confirm if CCleaner cleaning is responsible for the issue or not: Try to run Outlook Do you get the corruption error? In File Explorer, navigate to %appdata%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar Do you see a file called Outlook.lnk ? Next, run CCleaner with the settings you have been using (e.g. shortcuts unticked) Try to run Outlook Do you get the corruption error? File Explorer, navigate to %appdata%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar Do you see a file called Outlook.lnk ? Lastly, if you do find Outlook.lnk, please can you do the following: Right-click and select Properties In the Shortcut tab, Copy + Paste the path from Target (feel free to obfuscate any Windows username that may appear here) In the Security tab, confirm the status of the following: (a screenshot with the 'Snip' tool may be easier) Modify Read & execute Read Write It's a lot of steps, but it will give us a good understanding of what may be causing this shortcut corruption. We want to establish if it's CCleaner or not. If it is, we obviously want to fix it as soon as possible.
  8. (I've moved this to the CCleaner Cloud forum while a member of the C3 team investigates)
  9. Thank you for the translation amendments. You can set the language of the installer in the drop-down menu. Software Updater performs no activity unless you click on the 'Software Updater' button.
  10. Hi this should be working correctly if you've added the settings and values you mentioned above to the ini file, and the ini file is in the same directory as the executable you use to run CCleaner. If you have a custom path, you need to put it in the same custom directory. If you have multiple instances, you need to have one ini file present for each instance you wish to automate. Note that you may have read/write restrictions on the default install directory, which is /.../Program Files
  11. Hey guys we're fixing this issue at present and aim to release a fix in a Beta version next week.
  12. Hey guys, Thanks for the feedback. We recognise that for some there are privacy, bandwidth consumption and usability concerns here. Next week we'll be putting out a Beta version with the Software Updater moved to the second slot so accessing the Tools menu doesn't always perform a check. This change will make it into a full release in April.
  13. I would strongly advise against tampering with the Windows.old folder. Windows is now designed to programatically test apps and drivers after an update and automatically fall back to legacy drivers where needed. Once this process has concluded, Windows will also clean up after itself. This is certainly true for Windows 10, but I'm not sure how far back that functionality may have been retrofitted. A word of caution: if you remove Windows update files without fully understanding what they are needed for, you may create serious problems for you and your PC. There are usually better options if saving space is your goal.
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