CCleaner Slim 2.26.1050

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  1. NICK ADSL UK

    NICK ADSL UK Administrator

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    What's New
    [26th November 2009]

    CCleaner v2.26New
    - Added support to clean Windows DNS cache.
    - Added vacuum SQLite databases for Firefox and Google Chrome.
    - Added publisher and version to Uninstall tool.
    - Added Taskbar jump list tasks for Windows 7.
    - Added Taskbar Progress for Windows 7.
    - Improved Exclude list registry keys addition functionality in 64bit Windows 7.
    - Improved Registry Cleaner detection algorithm and 64-bit file system redirection.
    - Improved "Save to text file" functionality in Cleaner Screen.
    - Improved system tray icon activation and tooltip.
    - Improved Registry screen "fix selected issues" dialog usability by removing
    prompt from "Fix all Selected Issues".
    - Further improved RECURSE and REMOVESELF functionality.
    - Improved Uninstall screen detection algorithm.
    - Improved memory usage to avoid GDI leaks.
    - Fixed issue with Sticky Notes being detected as Missing startup item.
    - Fixed "Edit" and "Remove" button availability on Include/Exclude screen.
    - Fixed various GUI bugs.

    http://www.ccleaner.com/download/builds
     
  2. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

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    ye this seems like a pretty big update and a very very nice one, now i dont have to use a separate little app to compact the SQlite which is nice. and my bug with uninstall tab not displaying is now fixed :thumb: overall nice Win7 compatibility and feature addition release
     
  3. andyman35

    andyman35 Registered Member

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    Looks like this fantastic product is continuing to develop nicely. :thumb:
     
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