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Adding my own extensions to CCleaner Browser?

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Really need another topic under the CCleaner Browser and that's a Ask a question or a HELP! one! I have looked everywhere and spent the past

2 hours reading various articles but I haven't found the right one yet. I'm getting off work and going to bed so thought I would pass the question

on and see if someone could explain to me how to add my OWN extensions to the CCleaner Browser. I need my Dashlane password manager,

my Webroot Spysweeper and my Honey and Rakuten sales ones. I wouldn't mind my Pinterest button too.

Any help is appreciated. I also hope I have posted this correctly as I'm not user saavy in forums either!

 

Thanks,

Lisa

AKA 1alien2gopleze

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20 minutes ago, 1alien2gopleze said:

Really need another topic under the CCleaner Browser and that's a Ask a question or a HELP! one! I have looked everywhere and spent the past

2 hours reading various articles but I haven't found the right one yet. I'm getting off work and going to bed so thought I would pass the question

on and see if someone could explain to me how to add my OWN extensions to the CCleaner Browser. I need my Dashlane password manager,

my Webroot Spysweeper and my Honey and Rakuten sales ones. I wouldn't mind my Pinterest button too.

Any help is appreciated. I also hope I have posted this correctly as I'm not user saavy in forums either!

 

Thanks,

Lisa

AKA 1alien2gopleze

Fair call re creating a separate help section. This has just been created, and your query moved there :-)

Since CCleaner Browser is member of the Chromium codebase family, if you go here https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/extensions in the CCleaner browser you should be able to add in all of your usual extensions.  Being built with privacy in mind, CCleaner Browser will pop and and advise you exactly what potentially private information the extension will be able to access - for extensions and publishers that you know and trust, this should probably not be a cause for undue alarm.

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