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  1. I told you wrong. Defraggler isn't replacing Windows optimization and defrag because this option is grayed out even when running as administrator.
  2. Thank you for your time. It sounds ridiculous that the program isn't set to it's best settings per default and a 3TB drive defragmentation process take ~50 hours 🙄 Should I check all files in the file list or just some of them? Can these files be checked automatically then, right after analyze? I've set Defraggler to automatically defrag all my HDDs whenever they reach 30-60% (depends on disk) once a month so defragmentation isn't anything I'm doing manually. I'm not using the Windows optimization and defrag and Defraggler is set to replace it.
  3. Thank you for your answer. I've checked it and you need to add folder C:\Users\%USERDATA%\AppData\Local\Thunderbird\Profiles to exclusions
  4. I've the same problem. Started to defrag my Toshiba P300 3TB (99% fragmented files) this morning and it's running 6,5 hours now and the progress is on 25% 🙄 I see on the map that blocks are moving and changing colors between yellow and green. Files on this drive are big ones, definitely more than +20GB per file as this hard drive is just for Acronis True Image backup images. So annoying it takes sooo long time. All your solutions from this thread has been applied before I've started to defrag this drive. Is it because of the amount of fragmented files and the capacity of this hard drive? Is it normal? Would the time to defrag decrease if the partition was for example just 1TB? Thank you in advance.
  5. Hi guys! I've got another trouble with CCleaner/Winapp2.ini. What do I need to add to exceptions to not reset my Mozilla Thunderbird settings every month when CCleaner runs an autoclean? The only one setting I've done to one of my e-mail accounts in Thunderbird is to save all drafts on my Gmail account instead of saving them locally. This settings resets after every CCleaner cleanup, and the result of it is that there are 5-100 drafts for almost every e-mail I write and the amount of drafts depends on how long message I write, as an auto-save draft saves them every 2 minute. Cookies are enabled for Thunderbird and a lot of them has been added to exceptions but I don't think it's related to cookies. These settings on the attached picture below has been activated in CCleaner. The last AutoClean was yesterday evening and today I've got 56 drafts for an e-mail. Since yesterday, only the one isn't clean today and it's Thunderbird Crash Files but I don't think it has anything to do with Thunderbird settings. C:\Users\%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\Crash Reports\InstallTime20190909201201 Though the first line, "Temporary Internet" in Thunderbird submenu of CCleaner is activated, when manually analyzing it reports "Skipped". All other activated are clean.
  6. You're a king man! It was these 2 folders
  7. Thank you for your engagement. Adding this folder to exclusions hasn't resolved the problem. The extension name I've a problem with is Home - New Tab Page. You can see on attached screenshot what's happening after cleaning temporary files... all images/thumbnails are flushed. 14 of them thumbnails are stored locally on my hard drive and 7 are from an URL somewhere in internet. Settings looks to be OK. It's just these thumbnails I've a problem with... I've just discovered an interesting thing with this extension. It looks like it's doing an automatic backup. I can't tell you for now how often it's doing it and what is included in it, but it automatically backup settings and thumbnails and I just need 2 clicks to restore to state from last backup. It's not that much to be done which I couldn't do once a week, but I'd prefer to do it automatically, as it should do it. I'm getting a message when restoring it.
  8. There is a problem with only this extension. I've latest winapp2.ini of course. I've localized these files/file (by modified time right after temporary folder cleanup and importing extension settings) and the extension is saving settings (thumbnails) in Default/Cache folder of Chrome. Files in this folder are re-created with every Chrome temporary files cleaning, and names of these files are different every time after they've been cleaned. I think it's then impossible 😕
  9. I've a new tab page extension and whenever I clean chrome temporary files in CCleaner, the new tab page extension settings resets to defaults and I need to import them once a week as CCleaner is set to auto scan every week. How can I find this file to add it to exclusions so I will not be forced to import settings anymore?
  10. I don't think you sent me the right link because everything in there is about Mozilla based browsers, not Chromium. Not even "CustomLocation" exist in ccleaner.ini Do you mean that the "Chrome" section in CCleaner (both for app cleaning in the main cleaning section and in settings for saving cookies) is responsible for both Chrome and Brave at the same time and I can't clean each of them, separately? Does it work out of the box CCleaner + winapp2.ini then or do I need to make some changes?
  11. How to get cookies and all clean up stuff visible for Brave browser? Brave lines exists in winapp2 file, but can't see anything about Brave inside CCleaner.
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