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CCleaner v1.20 - Still nearly ready

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I'm currently processing the different translations and fixing minor bugs.

But the change log is currently as follows:

 

v1.20.xxx

- Restyled frontend to make features more obvious.

- Added support for Netscape 8.0.

- Added Hungarian and Czech languages.

- Improved ActiveX Issue scanning.

- Reduced the size of some of the supporting OCXs.

- Changed output window to scrollable textbox.

- Added default option to summarize IE Temporary Internet

File cleaning, rather than listing all the files.

- Updated registry scanner to include the MUI Cache.

- Added Firefox Saved Form Information cleaning.

- New redesigned Tools section.

- Added some keyboard shortcuts.

- Fixed minor bug in IE History analysis.

 

And for those who are wondering what the restyled frontend looks like:

 

newscreen_forum.png

 

MrG

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Cool, MrG! :) (keep me in mind for beta testing on future versions, please!)

 

You used UPX, didn't you ;)

 

Oh hey, I'd love to see a secret tech option that allows me to globally change CCleaner's search drive... I mount other people's drives to my tech boxes (say, someone's C: is now *my* M:) and I'd love to be able to CClean M:. Of course you could ignore all of the registry-related checks and the issues tab (or maybe I could mount the hives using regedit.exe :P)

 

Anyway, excellent!

 

Cheers,

- DjLizard

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cool new look. how about placing the tools and options under cleaner -issues, and placing exit next to analyze- run cleaner? just a suggestion. :)

 

 

 

Or even adding a menu to the top. ;)

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a new and easier look,should boost productivity significantly,the new look is just what we need,maybe for the next version maybe update the filters n such for firefox or opera if neebee.

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Nice one MrG i sometimes run CCleaner but forget to run the scan for registry errors because i forgets its there :blink: that should now be gone when(Oh when) the next version comes out :D

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Figured, since the cat is out of the bag. Here some stuff about CCleaner v1.20...

 

Here is what the summarize IE Temporary Internet File cleaning looks like:

 

Details of files deleted

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IE Temporary Internet Files (103 files) 0.61MB

 

Also:

 

Options, Advaned (New Option):

 

Show detailed log of Internet Explorer temporary files

 

That's all you are getting from me. :)

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With regards to beta testing, I only sent out a beta version to a few people who had a large number of test machines they could put it on. But never fear, it'll be released very very shortly. :)

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Once I get the translations back for Swedish, Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch. ;)

 

If anyone is fluent in any of these and wants to help then let me know. (Knowing how to use Babelfish doesn't count!)

 

 

How soon is very shorty?? :P

 

 

 

 

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Once I get the translations back for Swedish, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch and Chinese (Trad). ;)

 

If anyone is fluent in any of these and wants to help then let me know. (Knowing how to use Babelfish doesn't count!)

 

 

 

 

"(Knowing how to use Babelfish doesn't count!" lmao, how come.

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It just occurred to me, the "Applications" Tab, does this section cover more than just application MRUs? If it doesn't why not name the tab as "MRUs"? Is the use of CCleaner for any user (regardless of computer knowledge) or for more of the intermediate and advanced? If the former then "Application" may make sense, but if the latter, "MRU" may make more sense or would it be too much of a "technical" label?

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It just occurred to me, the "Applications" Tab, does this section cover more than just application MRUs?  If it doesn't why not name the tab as "MRUs"?  Is the use of CCleaner for any user (regardless of computer knowledge) or for more of the intermediate and advanced?  If the former then "Application" may make sense, but if the latter, "MRU" may make more sense or would it be too much of a "technical" label?

 

 

 

It cleans out more than just that. It cleans log files and other items.

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Hi, I am not speaking those language, but in case you want Korean translation, I am more than happy to help you. ;)

 

 

 

Once I get the translations back for Swedish, Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch. ;)

 

If anyone is fluent in any of these and wants to help then let me know. (Knowing how to use Babelfish doesn't count!)

 

 

 

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CCleaner is one of the 4 major tools we use for computer security. B)

Well Done on creating such a fantastic, easy to use interface! :D

I can't wait for the updated version. I check regularly.

I've only just found this message boards.

Love it!!! Keep up the good work!!

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