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  1. @Andavari , @wizlon Thanks for the suggestions. I managed to uninstall OneDrive with Powershell. But the goal was to be able to use OneDrive again... and when I reinstall, I still get the same message and can't use it. I'm desperate for a solution, how do I remove the full admin rights that OneDrive wants to use when starting? Thanks for any additional help and suggestions, sincerely, Joanie
  2. Hello, Lately, I have had difficulties uninstalling OneDrive, even OneDrive support hasn't found a solution so far as it starts with the message so they asked me to uninstall as an admin but it doesn't work in Windows 10, we tried so many things. So I thought I could do it with CCleaner, but uninstalling normally does not fix the problem, when I reinstall I still get the same message when starting the app. So I though that if you could allow uninstalling an app as an admin from CCleaner, it might remove more stuff and therefore work to fix issues like this. Hope you will seriously consider this suggestion. Thanks a lot in advance, sincerely, Joanie
  3. Hello, I've just realized that now Avast owns CCleaner, so I would like to send you a request to add Avast Secure Browser to the list of browser CCleaner cleans. I want to be able to clean it like I clean Firefox and I want to be able to choose exactly what to clean too. I think this is a totally legit request and I'm very surprised you still haven't implemented this. I really don't like having to go to Avast Secure Browser's Privacy Cleaner and do it manually each time. Thanks to let us know when this will be available, sincerely, Joanie
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