Discussion in 'other software & services' started by anon, Nov 25, 2014.
Yes I meant CCleaner from PortableApps ... I realise that is not Piriform directly.
Piriform.com now re-directs to CCleaner.com (HTTPS)
Thought I'd mention it in case folk thought it had been hacked
you dont need PA for a portable build - go "builds" -> ZIP
to notice - "portablecrap.com" is futile from my view - its code and scripts and too common - and in most cases it need admin rights to perfom. that is NOT the definition of "portable".
Sure, always used this before. I use many portables, and PA just makes updating of included apps more convenient.
Not seen that.
Btw.: the slim version is available.
They need to optimize it a little bit
It is shown as "not secure" (because one image is still linking to "http://"):
its because of http://s2.pir.fm/pf/install_48_grey.gif
(firefox use ctrl+shift+k > network analyzer > reload)
but i dont like the cert
Smart Screen filter blocks the 5.39 slim build
windows smart screen is blocking anything here from the web when executed in explorer - or do you speak about edge and download?
It was when downloading through Edge. It may have been because at that time the Slim Build had only been released a few hours so SmartScreen may have not had much info on it.
Cannot check it again at the moment... I'm on a different machine using different security software.
CCleaner 5.40 released
Thanks for the heads up.
Ah! Portable is back again at release time!
ccPortable 5.40.6411 (clean local PCs via CCleaner) Released (February 14, 2018) (PortableApps.com)
So this is something I only just started to notice, I'm wondering if it's always been the case though, and do others also have this "problem" as me?
So every time I run CCleaner, in the Event Viewer it shows;
"CCleaner64 (3988,G,0) The beta feature EseDiskFlushConsistency is enabled in ESENT due to the beta site mode settings 0x800000."
I've been using the portable version of CCleaner for a couple of months. I have not encountered this "problem" yet.
Others as well
It is not CCleaner related and it also happens when other applications are started.
Well it is CCleaner64 related somewhat, since it's literally mentioned in the Event log, not that the Event ID is unique or anything, I always keep an eye on Event Viewer stuff and it's the first time I've seen this with CCleaner mentioned.
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