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Angel Llorente

Can CCLeaner delete items in Trash?

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Hi, I use Mac Pro (Mid 2012); run El Capitan.  Whenever I try to empty the Trash in the Trash Folder, I get the following items:

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Can CCLeaner Pro delete/get rid of "Carracho 1.0b10r2"  If so, I will buy your app.

Sincerely,  Angel Llorente

 

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It's saying there that it cannot be cleaned because it is in use.

CCleaner (or even Mac OS) cannot clean files that are being used by applications that are still running, they have to be closed first.

So you have 2 options.

  1. Make sure the application is closed before cleaning.
  2. Use the 'Skip' button to ignore it and carry on cleaning other stuff.

I'm not sure in this particular instance on a Mac, but usually if CCleaner wants to clean something and finds it is still running then it asks you if you want to close it or skip it, then does whichever you choose.

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