It's getting no attention at all! So, I'd only clear the Facebook specific cookies if that's the only site you're having issues with.You may also want to clear your browser's cache. mahlerian, Mar 21, 2011 #1 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. I use BleachBits and CCleaner on my W7 laptop. http://placedroid.com/temporary-internet/temporary-internet-files.html
Posted 19 March 2011 - 10:26 PM I've been using CCleaner going on seven years now and have never noticed it doing that. Cookies - For a further discussion of cookies, please see the Choosing which cookies to keep topic.History - Internet Explorer stores pages you've visited and the time and date you visited Now that you've judged the quality of my typing, take a look at my photos. . .http://www.jpgmag.com/people/glenbarrington/photos-- hide signature --Never buy version 1.0 of anything. On an fresh install I have found the same package in 5 to 10+ languages - a localization issue. More about the author
I intended to use the Maxtor to back up files regularly. You delete like you would any other file. Here's a page with instructions for common browsers:http://clearyourcache.com/I'd probably try merging the .reg backup it made of registry changes first.Then, if that didn't fix it (and you may need to reboot),
Alex Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - CCleaner by gazza_c / July 25, 2007 7:38 AM PDT In reply to: CCleaner Sounds good...Thanks! Alex Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Yep, CCleaner Will Do Quite A Bit.. And it gets more complicated. Task master has about 68 processes running when start up is complete.
In reply to Glen Barrington • Jan 25, 2013 There's a way to do it. It is much less obvious how to delete cookies. For me, after logout or reboot the folders change back to their normal locations. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - What is the Roaming Profile?
I think their reviews are decent, their news side is okay, but their Download.com has pretty much always been garbage. Connect with him on Google+. Being the file was in a temp folder, I have run ccleaner.Does this mean I'm safe? And I only deleted my TIF yesterday to see if it would solve a slow shutdown problem.
Anyway, I've been using CCleaner almost a year now. You can choose which files you would like to delete.4. I actually recommend those without customized software to avoid compatibility problems. CCleaner deletes most of the Index.dat files when these options are selected.
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June 7, 2012 bob lou CCleaner is the only Registry cleaner I trust…I still would be careful using it and I often wonder if I'm deleting something important. Unfortunately, on this particular occasion the "cleaner" wasn't just silently useless.I suggest staying away from all registry cleaners in the future.And look on the bright side - you'll have all that May 7, 2012 Anonymous Be sure where you get CCleaner! check over here The name and file location is C:\Documents and Settings\USER\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content IE5\loggerhtm.Reason I need help is because I have never had it come up like this.
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Too bad Microsoft doesn't have the time or sound judgement to fix such problems! or You can open Registry Editor and from File choose import.CCleaner Tools1. Logged Core2Duo E8300/ 4GB Ram/ WinXP ProSP3/avast! Protecting your privacy.When you use public computers, like those in the library or schools, you obviously don’t want that your browsing history seen by others, but if you use your own
Duplicate FinderThis feature function is to seek for identical files and documents (duplicate). Once you’ve got CCleaner set up, you can run it automatically each night or create a shortcut or hotkey to run it silently. I've never used it, though -- the free version works just fine. this content Click on the "Settings" button in the "Browsing History" section and a "Temporary Internet files and History" pop up window will appear.
solar-powered radio, walkie-talkies, tools, personal documents, pet food, energy bars, etc).Should I buy some another external Maxtor drive (or other type of external drive) to hook up to my laptop 24/7 If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). How come?So, how to set the CCleaner right and properly?Let’s start with knowing what it is first.What is CCleaner?CCleaner or "Crap Cleaner", just from the name itself we can learn, or Request to be a Contributor Portions of this content are ©1998–2017 by individual mozilla.org contributors.
I don't use the registry cleaner portion, however. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.