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CCleaner v2.36

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cclogo.pngIt seems like every week there's a new Web browser or anti-virus program. No need to worry - we keep on top of them so we can update CCleaner to ensure your computer's safety, privacy and speed.

 

CCleaner v2.36.1233

  • Added FTP Account cleaning.
  • Added support for Paint Shop Pro X3, VLC Media Player, MediaMonkey, Winamp, Malwarebytes Anti Malware, Avast! Antivirus and WinPatrol.
  • Improved support for Quicktime Player, Ad-Aware and AntiVir Desktop.
  • Added support for Firefox based browser Pale Moon.
  • Improved support for expanding environment variables %ProgramFiles% and "%CommonProgramFiles%" to both 32-bit and 64-bit folders.
  • Added new environment variables: %ProgramFiles32%, %ProgramFiles64%, "%CommonProgramFiles32%", "%CommonProgramFiles64%".
  • Splitter bar is no longer misbehaving when cleaning is in progress.
  • Improved navigation using keyboard.
  • Fixed bug in Startup Tool on Windows 2000.
  • Minor tweaks and fixes.

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Good work as usual! Does %programfiles32% do anything different from %programfiles(x86)%?

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All those extra program cleaners tucked into one little .exe file - good work guys!! ^_^

I'd never heard of Pale Moon before now, and now I'm using it over FF :)

Plus I've given SRWare Iron a go but really can't see the appeal of it over Chrome, considering it IS like Chrome...

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CCleaner really has lots of updates. I think many people get happy every time this happens.

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What does "FTP Account cleaning" in CCleaner v2.36.1233 do? I need more of an answer than it cleans the FTP Account. What is the FTP Account and is it safe to wipe it out at the end of each session? Thank you.

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