Piriform launches CCleaner browser, available for download

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Krusty, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. Krusty

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    https://techdows.com/2019/06/piriform-launches-ccleaner-browser-available-for-download.html
     
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    - Ah, now I understand why the good folks at Piriform were "a bit slow" to release updates for other of their existing programs.
     
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    Interesting. So has anyone tried it yet?
     
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    It'd be awesome if it supports logging in with your Google Gmail to sync stuff with Chrome like bookmarks and whatnot
     
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    I still don't trust CCleaner. I'm certainly not going to put any of my information into a browser they made.
     
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    Indeed, I would not either, especially when I already have two browsers that are tweaked and "extensioned" to perform and secure things very well, plus PrivaZer. Out of curiosity's sake, if anyone could share personal observations regarding CPU and Memory use, that would be welcome info. This is more of a novelty to me at the moment. In view of some powerhouse browsers out there, will it sink or swim?
     
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    Same here, will never touch anything related to CCleaner again...
     
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    Then why did you come into this thread?
     
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    Freedom of speech, have you ever heard something about it?
     
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    What does that have to do with anything he or I said? Nice strawman argument I guess...
     
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    I use CCleaner portable, but I block it's outbound connections in firewall. I wouldn't feel comfortable using their browser though.
     
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    Lest anyone forget the past...
     
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