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This new release of CCleaner adds a lot of improvements for new browser versions including IE8, Chrome and Opera. Along with a System Restore management tool and many other improvements:

 

CCleaner v2.19.889

 

  • Improved support for Google Chrome v2.
  • Fixed bug with IE8 cookies.
  • Added support for Flash Cookies.
  • Added Tool to manage System Restore Files (XP and Vista only).
  • Added support to remove Opera Recently Typed URLs.
  • Fixed bug which was displaying wrong Total Bytes removed.
  • Improved exception handling.
  • Fixed virtual function bug.
  • Minor performance improvements.

 

 

Click here to visit the CCleaner.com site and to download

 

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Something amiss here MrG..........version posted above says 2.19.899! is this correct? Or is it 889?

 

This is via ccleaner updater:

 

Thank you for your interest in new versions of CCleaner.

You are using version 2.19.889.

Congratulations, this is the very latest version!

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Sorry my mistake, a small typo :)

 

Something amiss here MrG..........version posted above says 2.19.899! is this correct? Or is it 889?

 

This is via ccleaner updater:

 

Thank you for your interest in new versions of CCleaner.

You are using version 2.19.889.

Congratulations, this is the very latest version!

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It's on file Hippo, as well as their update checker, with the incorrect version number.

 

Has now been corrected at FileHippo!

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Update >> Great. :lol:

 

French translation >> HORRIBLE. Really. TONS of mistakes. Typing mistakes, nonsense, grammar mistakes, capital letters everywhere, ... I'll post a better translation in the CCleaner forum....

For example :

"Restoration du syst?me" >> "Restauration du syst?me"

"Pr?vevir des erreurs Windows" >> Doesn't mean anything, and there's a typing mistake. >> "Rapports d'erreurs Windows"

 

Change. Your. French. Translator. Please. :(

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Thanks for this MrG!!! ;)

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Added Tool to manage System Restore Files (XP and Vista only).

Awesome :lol:

 

I've been searching for a tool that can do this for some time now.

I just didn't thought that Piriform was going to include this in CCleaner because of the people claiming that CCleaner deleted their restore points.

 

Anyways, CCleaner is so great now that you guys may change it to version 3.00 for next Release. :lol:

 

Thank you so much. :lol:

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Funny you should mention a System Restore Cleanup, i was just thinking about suggesting a VB script to CREATE a point!

 

Anyway, great addition

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Ok, now I'm kind of disappointed. :huh:

 

I just ran a few tests and seems like CCleaner is not actually deleting Restore points.

 

Every time you delete all restore points, Windows automatically creates one.

 

I like to do this once a week for defrag and maintenance purposes.

So I usually have one point left.

 

I just tried to delete that point with CCleaner, and I didn't saw the usual activity I see when Windows deletes and creates a point.

 

All I saw was CCleaner deleting the point date, and Windows renaming it.

 

Is it CCleaner or is there something about Windows that I should know?

 

You know, you guys should release a beta for this kind of stuff.

You can be sure that I and many others will volunteer to test. ;)

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Every time you delete all restore points, Windows automatically creates one.

What OS? That certainly isn't what happens on XP, Windows just deletes all but the most recent one so there is always one restore point left (don't know how Vista handles them but doubt it's much different).

 

And on that point I think this is how CCleaners handling of restore points should work IMO (ie not allow deletion of newest restore point), do we really want a stream of angry CCleaner users with problems and unable to do a system restore because they'd used CCleaner to delete ALL restore points?

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What OS? That certainly isn't what happens on XP, Windows just deletes all but the most recent one so there is always one restore point left (don't know how Vista handles them but doubt it's much different).

Hi

 

Yes, I have windows XP.

I didn't mean Windows deleting all restore points.

I clearly said you (in this case me) deleting all restore points.

 

I'm sorry I didn't specify that I use TuneUp Utilities to do that.

I don't use Windows Disk Cleanup anymore.

 

As I said before, when I delete them all Windows automatically creates one.

 

The point is that CCleaner is not deleting that last restore point,

it is just deleting the date (or time stamp) and Windows renaming it.

 

I would like if CCleaner could display a message or something if it is not deleting the last point.

 

I really don't mind if CCleaner does what I want or not, I just want CCleaner to do things the right way. ;)

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Hi

 

Yes, I have windows XP.

I didn't mean Windows deleting all restore points.

I clearly said you (in this case me) deleting all restore points.

 

I'm sorry I didn't specify that I use TuneUp Utilities to do that.

I don't use Windows Disk Cleanup anymore.

 

As I said before, when I delete them all Windows automatically creates one.

 

The point is that CCleaner is not deleting that last restore point,

it is just deleting the date (or time stamp) and Windows renaming it.

Not sure I entirely understand, all I can say is that no restore points are created here using CCleaner or disk cleanup to delete restore points. If you are saying that is what normally happens when you use TuneUp to delete restore points then it is probably TuneUp that is automatically creating the new point when deleting them all, not Windows.

 

And CCleaner does delete the last restore point on my system without a problem, doesn't just rename it.

 

(Apologies if I'm misunderstanding what you're saying)

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If you are saying that is what normally happens when you use TuneUp to delete restore points then it is probably TuneUp that is automatically creating the new point when deleting them all, not Windows.

 

And CCleaner does delete the last restore point on my system without a problem, doesn't just rename it.

Do you see PC activity when deleting the last point?

(usually the orange or red light in the "tower" indicates hard drive activity)

 

I really appreciate you trying it on your system. ;)

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Do you see PC activity when deleting the last point?

(usually the orange or red light in the "tower" indicates hard drive activity)

 

I really appreciate you trying it on your system. ;)

In answer to your question - yes there is disk activity when deleting the restore point and I used JKDefrag's analyse to check the system volume information folder contents had gone.

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In answer to your question - yes there is disk activity when deleting the restore point and I used JKDefrag's analyse to check the system volume information folder contents had gone.

Thanks, I don't usually disturb so much. :lol:

 

It keeps happening to me.

There might be something going on my pc.

I'll check later.

 

Thanks again. ;)

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