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Old Version Of Ccleaner Free Download
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Due to this, in an announcement on their forums, Piriform has stated that they have pulled version v5.45 and made the the v5.44 the latest one available for download. They went on to say that they would be splitting the cleaning alerts and anonymous usage data into separate controls, with different settings for each, and provide the ability to easily terminate the program.
Today we have removed v5.45 and reverted to v5.44 as the main download for CCleaner while we work on a new version with several key improvements. You can grab version 5.44 from one of the links below:
As it turns out, if you disabled Active Monitoring in CCleaner, the software automatically re-enabled it after you rebooted or reopened CCleaner. This is extremely suspicious behavior. Though Piriform has backpedaled on it by pulling version 5.45 from the main download page for a time, upset users fled in droves.
CCleaner also has its own web browser called CCleaner Browser. CCleaner Browser is included to optionally install in the CCleaner installer, but it can also be installed from its website. CCleaner Browser avoids advertising, avoids tracking, has built-in security against all kinds of malware, phishing, malicious downloads, and also avoids unwanted elements such as pop-ups or excessive browser cache. It is based on Google's free and open-source project Chromium. The browser is only available for Microsoft Windows.
In July 2020, Microsoft Windows Defender began flagging the free version of CCleaner as a "potentially unwanted application", stating that "while the bundled applications themselves are legitimate, bundling of software, especially products from other providers, can result in unexpected software activity that can negatively impact user experiences." Piriform rolled out an update days later and third-party software installation is now optional when installing the program.
The CCleaner Bug Reporting board now has multiple reports of CCleaner Pro v5.82.8950 users who experienced BSODs after allowing the new Driver Updater feature to update their drivers - see BenRiver's 17-Jun-2021 Driver Update Caused BSD for one example.I downloaded three separate copies of the Portable build of CCleaner Free v5.82 (ccsetup582.zip) from and none of them included the new Driver Updater feature (either a "stable" or beta version). Here are all the files bundled inside the Portable ccsetup582.zip (note that I normally delete all files but CCleaner64.exe, Portable.dat and License.txt and copy over the CCleaner.ini configuration file from the previous version):
That's what I initially assumed when I read the release notes but bjm_'s screen shot that says "You have 31 drivers to update" is for CCleaner FREE v5.82.8950. bjm_ will have to clarify if they were testing a trial (unactivated) version of CCleaner PRO or whether a random number downloads of CCleaner Free v5.82 are still being shipped with a beta version of Driver Updater.----------64-bit Win 10 Pro v20H2 build 19042.1052 * Firefox v89.0.1 * Microsoft Defender v4.18.2105.5 * Malwarebytes Premium v184.108.40.206-1.0.1318 * CCleaner Free Portable v5.81.8895
That's what I initially assumed when I read the release notes but bjm_'s screen shot that says "You have 31 drivers to update" is for CCleaner FREE v5.82.8950. bjm_ will have to clarify if they were testing a trial (unactivated) version of CCleaner PRO or whether a random number downloads of CCleaner Free v5.82 are still being shipped with a beta version of Driver Updater.
Regarding your image for the Slim build of CCleaner FREE v5.82, Bigeasy1302 posted in Version 5.82.8950 Driver Updater Not Working last week asking what a red dot on the Driver Updater tile means but still hasn't gotten a reply. I suspect it means something like "not fully functional" because only the PRO version of CCleaner can download and install drivers.
CCleaner still developed by Puriform, but now owned by Avast was one of the most highly recommended free software tools around, until this summer when the great junk-remover became such a ghastly junk offender that even its own parent company withdrew its latest version.
The one reassurance is that CCleaner's free edition doesn't update automatically, so you may be using an older version that does let you opt out. Sticking with outdated software isn't usually the safest policy, but this mess shows it can pay to wait for any problems to emerge before jumping into a new version.
Away from Windows, open-source tool BleachBit is the most powerful free alternative. There's no fuss or flash; just tick what you want to clean, then follow BleachBit's advice (it warns you if some files are slow to clean, and if others are worth keeping browser passwords, for example). You can add many more programs to the list for really deep cleaning. The installable version adds a 'Shred with BleachBit' option for obliterating sensitive files, while the portable version runs on Windows XP and later.
Other alternatives include System Ninja, whose free version includes a duplicate finder, and ATF (All Temp File) Cleaner, a free, portable program designed for Windows XP, Vista and 7 and still works.
The most important aspect of software like CCleaner istrust. When users download an application to keep their computer clean and freeof garbage or junk applications, it should be an application with a reputationof being free of malware or viruses.
To prevent such leaks, I suggest that those using public terminals/computers run ccleaner portable version ( ) to clean up their tracks. It does not require admin access or installation. YOu can just download the zip file, extract it and run the exe inside. Select all the options and select run ccleaner or something like that.
This isn't the first time i've had this problem.It's happened about 4 times before.It's always after downloading the new version of Tor.After a day or two, I'm once again able to connect to Tor,without having had to do anything to fix it.Why does this happen?Am I the only one who has this problem? If this isn't supposed to happen, how do i fix it?
I have all popups blocked with windows internet option and Inprivate filtering, but they still make it thru sometimes..also McAfee Security System for Dell seems "posessed" goes real slow and scan shows no threats found unless you look at log and then there are a bunch of cookies marked as potential threats some were "repaired" but some say unrepairable..log shows 4 or 5 attempts to leave cookies by various domains : Insightexpress: yieldmanager; Atwola,Zedo;casalemedia(tried to leave cookie 8 times in the same minute& second..all removed this time);Doubleclick: and several other names all at the same minute sometimes.McAfee's "In coming events" log shows nothing occuring at those times. If you look in "quarantine ptentially unwanted log" there are zillions of entries that say cookie-with a domain name..some of these are linked to each other according to 1other software check I ran ..I've run all kinds of software to try to fix to no avail..also parotologic "pc health" IT guy took over my computer and used 2 or 3 antivirus tools (hijackthis etc) did scans of my files in a session & found nothing (but he did maximize my performance settings cause my system was running so slowly sometimes.. Also I was was having trouble with Internet explorer not responding especially when trying to put a DVD in cdrom drive..We uninstalled Roxio creator and PowerDVD and tried a different player to no avail...In McAfee's "Quarantined potentially unwanted"it responded REALLY SLOWLY ..SAID NOT RESPONDING for a long while & when I pushed "select all"button and to try to transmit to McAfee, the "transmit to McAfee" button became disabled (very fishy)..I also did a full scan in safe mode with McAfee and found nothing..I unfortunately went to a AARP recommended site to get free samples not too long ago,if that's significant, but that only resulted in a whole lot of junk E-mail or something did..I unsubscribe to these but they still keep coming..This reminds me a whole lot of what happened to my old computer that was temporarily unprotected because Norton stopped supporting the version i was using with WindowsME..I'm running Vista home basic on a Dell Inspiron 531S..I think I had Malware/spyware that was hiding in the startup registry that time. The path for all these cookies show: C:\Users\Bill\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\bill@ and then the domain name Zedo.txt doubleclick.txt atwola.txt etc.but when you go to start and type the path in the search box it says no files found, even when you stop typing after "\..when you do a restart i think it says: "ccc.exe is running" in red letters if that means anything..is the virus hiding in the startup file? 350c69d7ab