Gandalf_The_Grey

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Already available for download.
See here:
The new version is at the download servers but not officially announced yet.

Was crashing for me, but a clean install of CCleaner solved that problem.

This version cleans the chromium-based Edge:

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Gandalf_The_Grey

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@Gandalf_The_Grey thanks for the info, but . . . old an new Edge have a clear data on browser close option ;)

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I know, but I want to keep certain cookies.

That option is on the roadmap:
StatusFeedbackOn this list for
PlannedProvide option to keep specific cookies when choosing to clear browsing data on close15 weeks

 

TairikuOkami

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I know, but I want to keep certain cookies.
Have you tried Cookie AutoDelete? It is easy to add/remove extensions per a webpage/domain.

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I don't trust CCleaner but I'm with @Gandalf_The_Grey & with it's internet access denied there isn't a lot it can do
Advanced users, like yourselves can easily block it, but the rest is doomed, it sure desperately tries to connect.
It could still leak via a browser, especially when it is running realtime, since it is it's job to handle the browser.
 

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Good point about browser leaks - As I disdain keeping any cookies New Edge is set to delete everything on exit - So I don't need to run cleaners often, Wise Disc X s good as anything, blocked of course. BleachBit good but a bit OTT & some here had issues but used it on Linux.
 

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Can you explain further bjm_? Maybe my older copy does not have the feature... or maybe I never noticed it.
CCleaner okay for me, long time. Just saying. Just me. Cheers
 
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Have you tried Cookie AutoDelete? It is easy to add/remove extensions per a webpage/domain.

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Advanced users, like yourselves can easily block it, but the rest is doomed, it sure desperately tries to connect.
It could still leak via a browser, especially when it is running realtime, since it is it's job to handle the browser.
CCleaner doesn't touch the browser whasoever, it simply manages the browser folders.
 

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@ wilders:
Hi everyone, I am a product manager at CCleaner. The files were uploaded to the CDN yesterday in preparation for today's release and various sites who crawl our download links have picked this up and redistributed the files. The official release will take place around 2pm GMT.

The changelog is as follows:

This release includes our brand new PC ‘Health Check’ feature; a simpler way to look after your PC. On top of that, we now support Microsoft’s new Edge Chromium browser.

We really value our users’ feedback, which is why we’ve set up a new Ideas Board. To help shape the future of CCleaner and submit suggestions for what you’d like to see next, head over to ideas.ccleaner.com to take part in the conversation!


Introducing… ‘Health Check’
- Health Check brings together CCleaner’s most popular tools in a new user-friendly interface to help users to effortlessly maintain their PC
- In just a few clicks, users of any technical ability can clean away junk, update software and disable unnecessary startup apps in one go, to save space and boost speed, privacy and security
- Health Check replaces Easy Clean, following feedback from users on how it could be enhanced

Edge Chromium & browser cleaning improvements
- Added full support for Microsoft’s new Edge Chromium browser
- Fixed a bug in Google Earth cache cleaning
- If requested, CCleaner can now disable ‘Preloading’ in old Edge (allows complete cleaning)

User-friendly improvements to installer offers
- Offers for Avast and CCleaner products are now presented in a separate step in the installer
- Offers for Avast and CCleaner products are no longer checked by default

Farewell to Windows XP & Vista ( ; _ ; )
- Version 5.64.7577 is the final planned build for Windows XP and Vista
- This version will only receive critical security updates
- Read our help article for further information and assistance

Other minor improvements
- Fixed a UI bug in Scheduling interface
- Fixed a bug where ‘OK’ button missing from some dialogue messages
- Removed Google Plus from the ‘About’ screen

Happy to answer any questions you may have, although if it's a suggestion it's probably better to post it at ideas.ccleaner.com *
Many thanks,
Stephen

* ideas.ccleaner.com is hosted with nolt.io. To keep it manageable, relatively clean and avoid spam, participation requires email signup with nolt.io. You are of course free to use a secondary email account for this, should you wish to participate.
 

Gandalf_The_Grey

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Have you tried Cookie AutoDelete? It is easy to add/remove extensions per a webpage/domain.

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Advanced users, like yourselves can easily block it, but the rest is doomed, it sure desperately tries to connect.
It could still leak via a browser, especially when it is running realtime, since it is it's job to handle the browser.
Thanks, It looks like a good extension, but I don't want another extension in my browser.
If CCleaner is not running in real-time and internet access is blocked there should be no leak.
 

Gandalf_The_Grey

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I do the same with portable version (y)
Wise Disk Cleaner is good but misses cleaning some browser data so CCleaner is still my main cleaner. That and I'm too used to it.
I use CCleaner Pro (installed and internet access blocked) and PrivaZer.
CCleaner cleans more browser data than Wise Disk Cleaner and Privacy Eraser, but PrivaZer finds even more data.
PrivaZer is the slowest of those 4, so I use CCleaner daily and PrivaZer weekly.
 

TairikuOkami

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Why do I feel sad looking at what has become of CCleaner? Huge AD and Pro version offering sooo much more. Avast sure knows the marketing.

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Not to mention the claims. 29% more RAM and 58% faster boot, but because of disabled startup items, not because of CCleaner. And lets not forget 34GB of free space recovered over the year, space that would be available anyway, because caches have a limited size and are rewritten. Yes, a regular cleanup helps a lot overall, but I recall Iobit products claiming to speed computer by 900%, it just feels so familiar. 😿
 
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