Does anybody remember IEClean 7.0 ???

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Barney, Jan 1, 2009.

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  1. Barney

    Barney Registered Member

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    Ok everybody, I have a big question. I am sure many of you remember BoClean, IEClean and NSClean. Well ever since Comodo bought BOClean, IEClean and NSclean just disappeared. This really pisses me off. I have been busting my butt searching the entire net for anybody who still sells IEClean 7.0. Does anybody out there have any idea how I can get this program? The last version I bought was 6.0 and still use it to this day. Damn, I need version 7.0!!!!


    Barney
     
  2. pugmug

    pugmug Registered Member

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    Why not just go to the Comodo forum here, http://forums.comodo.com/ and ask Kevin McAleavey if you can still buy it.After all, he should know as he is the guy that created it.
     
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    I agree, but I thought that product went away with the sale of the company to Comodo. :doubt:
     
  4. LoneWolf

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    Remember, hell I still got a copy.
     
  5. Barney

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    Way to rub it in Lonewolf. Lucky you. Damn I'm jealous.:)
     
  6. pugmug

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    Barney,sorry this may come as bad new's but it seem's your question has been ask and answered by Kevin earlier, https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=186382 As it is an old,no longer made or sold program that is freeware now,you may be able to find a nice person with it to send you a copy.Good luck to you.
     
  7. Coolio10

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    When COMODO just acquired PSC it told website visitors all the other software would be availlable over time.
     
  8. FanJ

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    Yes, I do remember it. Actually, I'm running it (hey Barney, no, I do not want to rub it in).

    Pugmug (thanks!) gave the link to the thread in which I posted about it.

    As said in that older thread, I too feel sad that it has been discontinued.
    I too wished that Comodo and Kevin would continue it and maintain it. Will that happen? I am afraid that the answer is 'no'. But if anyone has more recent info about it, please let it know here ;)
     
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    Question - What makes this program so great? There are so many good, solid cleaners and remembering and reading about IEClean and their being bought out, I remember wondering what all the fuss was about. CCleaner seems to do all IEClean does (or did) and more. Is it just feeling comfortable with a familiar interface? If not, could someone explain, in some detail, how it's better and what it can do that CCleaner cannot? Kevin's software seems to have always had a following, but what makes it so different that some lament its loss so painfully?
     
  12. dreherd

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    I don't know if it is too late to join this thread, but I have both IEClean 7 and NSClean 9 on both of my computers (XP Home SP3). IEClean still seems to work, but NSClean does not. I too hate to see them go. I found Kevin's software on CompuServe some 12 or 13 years ago, and using it becomes part of one's life. The interesting thing is that NSClean 9 does not seem to have an uninstaller, nor does it show up in the list of add/remove programs on Windows. Nor does it show up in the remove programs feature of CCleaner. I don't think it hurts anything to keep it, however. Among other things, NSClean had a cookie manager that I would love to be able to use now. IEClean's cookie manager still seems to work. At least we still have BoClean.
     
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