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  1. Easy Clean

    Hello @TheOwner -- Based on what I've seen so far ….. According to information in the following posts in this thread, Easy Clean follows CCleaner's default settings. See Ben Piriform's post below. As to exactly what will be cleaned, please read nukecad's response to Ben Piriform.
  2. Easy Clean

    Added unannounced, behind the scenes, Easy Clean ... Am I missing something? What's the purpose? CCleaner's default settings are safe and easy for anyone -- just click "analyze" and/or "Run Cleaner". More advanced users can simply check or uncheck what they want. To me this serves no purpose. Perhaps for some it does?
  3. CCleaner & Win 10 S Mode

    Done deal. Again, many thanks!
  4. CCleaner & Win 10 S Mode

    @hazelnut and @Andavari -- Many thanks for responding. Everything I read says users of S mode are restricted to the Microsoft Store apps. My friend wants to use S mode so she won't be able to use CCleaner on that machine.
  5. Hello all. A friend is getting an HP laptop that'll be using Windows 10 in S Mode. She's currently using CCleaner Slim on her desktop and I know that cannot be installed on an S Mode operating system. Does anyone know if CCleaner Portable on a USB stick will work or is she limited to the built-in Windows cleaning tools? Any information appreciated.
  6. Software Updater in free version?

    Not only when opening CCleaner, I get it whenever I restart my computer as well.
  7. Software Updater in free version?

    New twist in the CCleaner FREE Software Updater saga. First -- it's there, goes missing and in some cases (like mine) comes back, all without any user intervention as mentioned by @nukecad above this post. Second -- if you do try to run it in FREE version, it doesn't work but you're asked to upgrade to PRO version. Now the latest -- just restarted my computer and immediately got a pop-up in the notification area advertising the new feature and to upgrade to the PRO version (for a special price).
  8. @Dracman -- As I have Windows 10 Home, GP is out and I will not go to the registry. What I've been doing is cleaning Edge from within the browser (settings>privacy & security>browsing data). When I run CCleaner, I'll get the pop-up to close Edge, do that, and then CCleaner will skip some items. I can live with it. Piriform has to come up with the solution -- if there is going to be one. Also note -- some posters have reported that opening and then closing Edge has occasionally worked better for CCleaner. I haven't noticed any difference.
  9. @hazelnut-- I do agree with you -- just answering a question posed by the original poster. But, I think the underlying issue is that what was referenced by the OP used to work, no longer works and hasn't worked since last October and Piriform promised a fix. That's in the thread I linked to above in the fourth post. One should not promise what can't (or won't) be delivered.
  10. Only Avast/Piriform can answer that. The company was made aware last October.
  11. Still no fix from Avast/Piriform as far as 1809 goes.
  12. Software Updater in free version?

    Certainly not a big hoop to jump through but why should anyone have to do it? CCleaner is a junk cleaner and it's becoming a bloated mess.
  13. Software Updater in free version?

    @nukecad -- As you can see, Software Updater has just returned after being gone for approximately 24 hours. And, by the way, I now have all of those extra registry entries for the trial features you mentioned above. This nonsense is getting tiring.
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