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New build of CCleaner v2.19

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We've created a new build of CCleaner v2.19 due to a new version of Firefox (3.5beta4) that was released the same day and an IE8 cookie bug that crept back in.

 

Download now from CCleaner.com

 

:)

 

MrG

 

 

v2.19.900

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- Added support for Firefox 3.5 beta.

- Fixed IE8 cookies deletion after reboot.

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MrG,

 

Perfect .... it worked! Thanks for the speedy fix!

 

Regards,

 

2harts4ever

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Hi,

 

Long time CCleaner user here.

 

I just downloaded the new 2.19.900 version when I read that the IE8 cookie bug was fixed.

After installing it and entering all my log-in info for the sites I visit I moved the cookies to the cookies to keep column and rebooted and the cookies deletion after reboot problem is still happening.

 

I'm using Vista Home Premium 64-bit SP1 with IE8 privacy options set to default.

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Well done MrG!!! ;)

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I downloaded & installed ver 219 but the System Restore window under Tools is always blank. Perhaps tis because I am using IE7 and Win XP Pro?

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I see the restore option blank (all empty)... :S don't know if is not working... (Windows Vista SP1 in spanish)... Seems like CCleaner keeps having issues with non english OS... :(

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The System Restore window takes time to populate on both my Vista and XP systems.

 

Much longer on Vista vs XP.

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The right click 'Analyze Cookies' command on 'Cookies' does not work here.

It always does show '0 byte to be removed'. Using the 'Clean Cookies' option all the cookies to delete are correctly deleted.

Moreover, some persistent entries shown in Options > Cookies > 'Cookies to delete' are not cookies, but temporary folders

belonging to Adobe Flash Player. Infact they disappear after the Flash Player clean up.

 

Win XP SP3 fully patched

IE 8.0.6001.18702

Flash Player 10,0,22,87

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The right click 'Analyze Cookies' command on 'Cookies' does not work here.

It always does show '0 byte to be removed'. Using the 'Clean Cookies' option all the cookies to delete are correctly deleted.

Moreover, some persistent entries shown in Options > Cookies > 'Cookies to delete' are not cookies, but temporary folders

belonging to Adobe Flash Player. Infact they disappear after the Flash Player clean up.

 

Win XP SP3 fully patched

IE 8.0.6001.18702

Flash Player 10,0,22,87

 

Could this be the Flash Files you are seeing in the Cookies section?

 

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.

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