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  1. Well, it didn't, in fact I already did that and reported this two posts above this one. I keep trying things but I am running out of ideas.
  2. The problem seems now limited to Edge only. I know that Edge keeps showing in task manager, but as always, it becomes 'suspened' after closing. When closing Edge it passes from 'running' state to 'suspened'. As I remember, this has been the case in Windows 10 normally, but CCleaner was able to clean it anyway. So what should I do nowadays? The user can't go opening task manager and closing the suspended Edge processes each time...
  3. UPDATE. I have realized that CCleaner shows a notification telling that it has cleaned Internet Explorer when I close Outlook (!). This is strange. I confirm that all browser are cleaned well, except Edge, which shows in task manager, BUT even when its state is swapped from running to suspended, CCleaner does not clean it. In previous versions, I know that even being Edge is suspended mode, CCleaner cleaned it... Just in case I have disabled 'running in the background' for Edge in Windows Settings, and reboot, but nothing changes.
  4. Hey, thanks. I have checked that, and Windows closes it correctly. Edge is not the only to suffer form this, neither. Moreover there are some other problems, as CCleaner apparently mis-identifies Edge by Internet Explorer, and it cleaned all browser just fine in previous versions. But still, could be another problem/cause I guess...
  5. Hi, I find that when closing Edge and other browsers, although I have clean with notification, it rarely notifies that it cleans. Although I think it indeed clean some cookies, at least. Also, when closing Edge and it notifies the cleaning (rare case) it says Internet Explorer and no more Edge, as it said before this version. I can't be sure if it clean always, and if it cleans everything it should, so I would check this too. Except if it is all my fault, of course. Do you find the same behaviour? BR
  6. Me too. Even if I tell it to search for updates and go ahead to install them, I stay at 5.47. Moreover it seems not to clean browsers after closing them.
  7. I am using Edge, so it seems to be a CCleaner bug? I did not test with Firefox or Chrome. I could not use Edge own clean-on-exit options because it would delete some cookies that I need to keep, (which CCleaner allows me to do, while deleting the rest). Really, the best option is CCleaner if only it would work for Edge as it should… Edit: Just tested with Firefox and Chrome, CCleaner works correctly with these both. But I use Edge 99% of time because of different characteristics I prefer/need. Edit2: Just checked and unchecked another time in CCleaner the 'History' for Edge and now it works (!?). Not really reassuring as it seems unpredictable...Should I report this in the CCleaner Bug report forum?
  8. Hi, I am using browser cleaning in the Smart Cleaning tab, but I find a problem that seems to make this function hard to use in my case. To be brief: I want CCleaner to delete everything on browser exit EXCEPT the history. Is a way to do that? I have already unchecked browser history in CCleaner options 'Cleaner' (the first option/tab at the top in CCleaner options) for all the installed browsers, and performed a manual cleaning, just in case, but CCleaner keeps deleting everything for the browsers checked under 'browser cleaning', under Smart Cleaning. Could someone help me to tell keep CCleaner from deleting browser history, please? Tx!
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