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Subject:  Re: How to fix "Lazy Computer"? Date:  9/27/2012  5:29 PM
Author:  tketola Number:  181989 of 199143

Hey xSixSigmaMBB,,,

I've also found that CCleaner doesn't clean out ALL temp files on the system

Yes, that's true, the Sub-folders and Files in


are created and placed there by various Apps, and they can contain almost anything, Historical Log-Files, Statistics, etc., well you name it.

However, if you want those Directories and/or Files to be include in the Cleaner's Cleanup runs, you can go to Cleaners's-->Options-->Include and Browse to the Directories and/or Files, and add the Path to the CCleaner's Table that you also want to be cleaned.

Conversely, you can also Exclude Directories and/or Files that you don't want to be cleaned, like some Sub-Directories under the Temp Dirs. that some Apps use for saving various Statistical info. etc. And I know, that the Apps shouldn't use temp Folder for that purpose, but many Apps do.

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