Update: CCleaner v3.10.1525 (Aug 25, 2011)

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  1. prius04

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    CCleaner Updated: v3.10.1525 (25 Aug 2011)

    - Added Firefox 7.0 Beta support.
    - Added Firefox 6.0 Final support.
    - Added IE 9.0.2 support.
    - Added Safari 5.1 binarycookies file cleaning and management.
    - Added cleaning for MS Search, Cached Fonts, RegEditX,
    SpeedBit DAP, Spyware Terminator, SUPERAntiSpyware,
    Acrobat Distiller 10 and Foxit Reader 5.0.
    - Improved cleaning for Internet Download Accelerator.
    - Improved Opera 9 Last Download Location cleaning.
    - Improved accuracy and reliability for free space and entire drive wiping.
    - Improved Safari local storage cleaning.
    - Improved Google Chrome "Saved Form Information" and "Saved Passwords" cleaning.
    - Updated various translations.
    - Minor optimization tweaks.


    Download: http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/builds
    (Regular and Portable builds available at this time)
     
  2. Trooper

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    Thanks for the heads up!
     
  3. Hungry Man

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    Ninite updated it for me :D
     
  4. ExtremeGamerBR

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    Thanks for update!
     
  5. acuariano

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    no slim version yet
     
  6. PJC

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    CCleaner 3.10.1525 (Aug 25, 2011)

    It will be available sooner or later...Be patient for a few days...;)
     
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    Re: CCleaner 3.10.1525 (Aug 25, 2011)

    Thanks for the update
     
  8. Dark Shadow

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    Thanks for the update.
     
  9. LoneWolf

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    I wonder why improvement on Opera 9 o_O The latest stable is 11.50.
     
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  11. m00nbl00d

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    Is it me or CCleaner is becoming less effective?

    For quite sometime I've been reading quite a few PDFs, watching some videos. For learning purposes.

    When I finish reading and watching, I open CCleaner to clean any junk. I then run Javacool MRU-Blaster and it always finds all the stuff in the MRU list.

    I'm going to give BleachBit a try and see how it fairs. I seriously am not liking the path CCleaner is taking. :(
     
  12. SweX

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    IDK really, but since the last two releases they seems to have changed the way CCleaner displays the amount of data it has cleared.

    3 releases ago it used to clean around 80MB, but now it never goes above 6MB.
    No matter where I browse, for how long, it never goes above 6MB :doubt:

    And I haven't asked why since all the data is gone anyway even if it displays 6MB!
     
  13. Noob

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    Never really pay attention to how much it cleans but right now with a scan it said 399MB
     
  14. Page42

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    I've noticed that it takes a very long time to clean Chrome internet cache... like 4 minutes, sometimes longer. Often it is between 80-280 mb worth, but it shouldn't take so long. :(
     
  15. SweX

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    Wow that's a looong time indeed. Do you run CC everyday? Though even if you don't that's way too long :gack:
     
  16. Page42

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    Tell me about it.
    Yep, I run it everyday... every time I close a browsing session.
    I use secure deletion (supposed to be slower, I know) but only 1 pass overwrite.
    I know for a fact that CC never took this long with IE8.
    To me, it seems to be a Chrome thing with CC.
    Not good, for sure.
     
  17. SweX

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    But I use that too. Supposed to be slower yes but not that slow I think. :D

    Well since I don't have Chrome installed I can't compare, but it would be good if some members that use Chrome could say their cleaning times as well.

    FYI my cleaning time when I have browsed with either Safari or IE8 is at Max 20 Sec, but usually around 3-10 Sec.
     
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  18. m00nbl00d

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    Another thing that I've noticed is that, sometimes when I check for any junk to be cleaned, CC says there's nothing to clean (something like that), but I press "Run CCleaner" anyway. It shows that some files were cleaned... o_O o_O

    This is not something that happens with the new version. It has been happening for quite some time now.

    I see that they now have a paid Home version. I would never buy such a buggy product.

    CCleaner used to be great, but it lost quality. :( I wonder what happened/what's happening with its development.
     
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    Please tell us what you think of BleachBit.
    I am not familiar with it, but may need to look elsewhere due to this CC slowdown (if I can't determine the cause).
    :)
     
  20. atomomega

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    This is what I do (using Chrome/IE)
    After ending my browsing session and before closing the browser, I run the built-in cleaner and then I run CCleaner, it takes no more than 40 secs, and usually takes care of around 6MB.
    This happens to me too from time to time... o_O

    But, really, does anybody can really tell how effectively it cleans? Like, what can you compare it against? I still find it reliable. The other one I've used is the one that comes with IObit's ASC, it also reported remainings after running CCleaner, so who knows... :doubt:
     
  21. ichito

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    I noticed that CCleaner works (analysis and cleaning) a bit longer on Win7 than WinXP. Maybe that is the reason? On XP the newest version works the same as an older...very fast :)
     
  22. PJC

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    CCleaner 3.10.1525 SLIM version

    Got it thanks! :thumb:
    CCleaner Slim and CCEnhancer are great Free Apps! :thumb:
     
  23. dw426

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    After trying it myself, Bleachbit is a bit faster at cleaning than CCleaner. The interface is much simpler, and it is explained what the options are (though "DeepScan" is lacking). It has support for up to 500 extra cleaners, so that's pretty sweet. The one thing against it, is that it's a bit more difficult to wade through the results. There are no separate sections for the registry and the rest, like there is in CC. Instead, it's all lumped into one giant list.

    Registry cleaning, depending on how you look at it, is lacking. For me, it did not search out old keys from programs no longer installed. Instead, it focused on cleaning up things that, to me at least, matter like thumbnail cache, memory dumps, old Windows update installs, browsers (the Firefox cleaner is very thorough) and such. There weren't any random "obsolete entry" detections that could or could not cause problems if messed with.

    Overall, I like it. It keeps cleaning to the simple things, it's just as easy to use as CCleaner and, in my opinion, safer to use for the regular folks (who probably ought not to be using either program :D ).
     
  24. Trooper

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    I remember trying Bleachbit once. Prevx flagged it as malware lol.
     
  25. mrpink

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    Prevx flags everything as malware lol
     
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