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This is a discussion on [New Ext] Click&Clean within the Chrome Plugins section, part of the Google Chrome category: It's obviously using CCleaner defaults ... You can configure them from within the App, but thats no good if you're ...


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    It's obviously using CCleaner defaults ...

    You can configure them from within the App, but thats no good if you're runnig it from this extension ...

    I think potentially Mr Serge could have caused a lot of people a lot of GRIEF ;-(

    This is the config from CCleaner (very bad if you don't know what you're doing !!)...
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    As I posted before, NOT a good idea...

    It gives us a proof of concept, but beyond that... NOT a good idea.

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    CCleaner support is optional, and required pre-configuring. How to configure CCleaner

    With extension you can clear a "browsing data" in one click, that you configured in Chrome.

    Configure "Clear browsing data..."




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    In the latest Dev versions of Chrome this option has now been removed from the tools menu and is on the Personal Tab (shortcut still works though) ...

    @serge

    I think what should be remembered for future reference is if you are going to include a 3rd Party App as part of your extension you should make sure that people are aware of the implications of running it ....

    I'm not quite sure what the advantages are of having to install an extension to perform a task that is already part of the browser, especially as you have to go to the configuration screen at some point anyway ...

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    Ok, just see how it work with FF, IE or read this review.

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    @Serge

    Don't need to, I've been using it since the original Release Candidate version ...

    PS: Also works for Opera ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benni View Post
    mkay .. rather scary if you ask me :=) There's not the same risk with FF or.. ?
    Yes there is, hence why they have the install warning as well.
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    Well I don't really normally care about the warning as I always extrackt and check the source code before installing the extension, this is not a possibility when its an executable file.. I'v never seen this behaviur in Firefox...

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    3.5.0.91 released: more stable.

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    Click&Clean 3.5.0.93




    Warning! The information below is for advanced users only.

    To run Click&Clean form your quick launch, just create shortcut to:

    Vista:
    C:\Users\$USER$\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\ghgabhipcejejjmhhchfonmamedcbeod\3.5.0.93\ClickClean.exe

    XP:
    C:\Documents and Settings\$USER$\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\ghgabhipcejejjmhhchfonmamedcbeod\3.5.0.93\ClickClean.exe

    Then right click on the shortcut > properties > add to the target options of your choice:

    cc - CCleaner.

    cc/auto - CCleaner, without splash screen.

    chrome - Chrome 'Clean Private Data'.

    firefox - Firefox, 'Clean Private Data'. If you
    use multiple profiles, cleans trash from the last active profile.

    ie8 - IE8 'Clean Private Data'.

    ie8/all - the same as ie8, but no matter what the settings in IE, clean all.

    opera - Opera browser 'Clean Private Data'.

    n360v3 - Norton 360v3 Cleanup.


    For example:
    "C:\Users\$USER$\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\ghgabhipcejejjmhhchfonmamedcbeod\3.5.0.93\ClickClean.exe" chrome cc/auto

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