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CCleaner 1.42 and 2.0.500 don't clean my recently file used list!

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Why, also the CCleaner 2.0.500 version (official release), don't clean my recently file used list?

I have Windows Vista Home Premium with Italian language.

I've selected obviously "recent documents"...

 

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It's probalby not deleting your temprory Internet files either. Go back to 1.41.544. We know that one works.

 

Why, also the CCleaner 2.0.500 version (official release), don't clean my recently file used list?

I have Windows Vista Home Premium with Italian language.

I've selected obviously "recent documents"...

 

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It's probalby not deleting your temprory Internet files either. Go back to 1.41.544. We know that one works.

 

Ok, i'll try it, thank you!

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I've tried the 1.41.544 version but don't work!!! :angry: Don't clean my recent document list of my start menu.

I love this program (very complete) but i need to use with another program for 100% clean work... :blink:

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Have you used another version of CCleaner before and it worked for you?

 

Are you useing Home Premium 64bit?

 

Have you tried right clicking CCleaner desktop icon and selecting "run as administator"?

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Have you used another version of CCleaner before and it worked for you??

No.

Are you useing Home Premium 64bit?

No, 32bit version.

Have you tried right clicking CCleaner desktop icon and selecting "run as administator"?

Don't start with this command. Maybe because I have disabled UAC... and all applications work on administrator mode.

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Well, latest and greatest CCleaner (2.01.507) doesn't work, YET! However, the work around is as follows...

 

Add a new folder to the include option...

 

OPTIONS->INCLUDE->ADD FOLDER

 

The folder to add is %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Recent

 

You must expand %APPDATA% to what is correct for your system... For example C:\Users\username\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent

 

This should work! If you want, you can restrict the file filter to only erase *.lnk files. I just wipe everything. It seems that M$ made a mess of standard locations to comply with older programs. :blink:

 

tf!

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