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  1. Hi issuerie! You could try to reset your browser options to the default ones. In microsoft internet explorer (MSIE), the path should be: tools, internet options, advanced tab, reset. Looking forward for your kind feedback.
  2. Hi Roseillia! What problem have you solved and how? It could be interesting for other users! 1) For your actual problem, download the following programs. Installation is not required, since they are portable (you should just unzip them and they are ready!): - Wise registry cleaner 7.87 portable: http://www.snapfiles.com/downloads/wiseregistry/dlwiseregistry.html - Wise disk cleaner 7.95 portable: http://www.snapfiles.com/downloads/wisediskcleaner/dlwisediskcleaner.html - Wise program uninstaller 1.56 portable: http://www.snapfiles.com/downloads/wiseuninstaller/dlwiseuninstaller.html 2) Start wise program uninstaller (WPU): - Check, in the list that appears, if you could uninstall some programs that you have installed some times ago but that you don't use at all. - Don't uninstall programs if you are unsure (to make disasters)!!! - Close the program 3) Start wise disk cleaner (WDC): - Click select all (bottom-left corner) - If you are saving passwords in your browser(s), check the entry surf the internet: untick IE saved passwords, untick mozilla saved passwords, untick [your-browser] saved passwords Otherwise you could leave them ticked! - Click start scan (bottom-right, green button) - Check the results and untick the ones that are not safe to delete in your opinion - Click start cleaning (bottom-right, green button) - Leave opened the program 3bis) Windows start, all programs, accessories, command prompt: - Inside the black screen that appears write (or, better, copy-paste the following): cleanmgr /sageset:65535 && cleanmgr /sagerun:65535 - Select/tick every option that appears, click ok, wait until it finishes 4) Start wise registry cleaner (WRC): - Click backup (at top), click create a full registry backup, wait until it finishes and later click ok - Click custom area (bottom-left corner), click select all, click ok - Click start scan (up-right corner, green button), wait until it finishes - Check the results and untick the ones that are not safe to delete in your opinion - Click start cleaning (up-right corner, green button) - Click system tuneup tab (near registry cleaner, top-left corner) - Click select all (bottom-left corner) - Click optimize (up-right corner, green button) - Close the program 5) Come back to wise disk cleaner: - Click defrag tab (at top) - Select only the system drive, deselect the other drives - Click defragment (bottom-right corner, green button) - Wait until it finishes (it could be some half hours, or hours!!!) Alternatively, you could use windows defrag (right click your system hard drive, properties, tools, defragment now) 6) Start wise registry cleaner (WRC): - Click registry defrag tab (near system tuneup, top-left corner) - Click analyse (top-right corner, green button) - Save your data in every other opened program and close everything (but neither windows, nor WRC!!!) - Click WRC's defragment button (top-right button, colored in green) and your pc will be restarted 7) Hopefully, you should have solved your problem!!! Looking forward for your kind feedback.
  3. Hi Roseillia! Download adwcleaner (click) and use it. Looking forward for your kind feedback.
  4. Hi DEN2007! Download adwcleaner from http://general-changelog-team.fr/en/tools and use it. Looking forward for your kind feedback.
  5. Hi nanang! The following operations make only a scan to your HDDs: - Open command prompt with elevated privileges, type chkdsk C: (press enter key on your keyboard), check the result. - Do the same for F: --> chkdsk F: If those ones found bad sectors, you could try to recover them with either chkdsk /b [insert the corrupted hdd letter] OR chkdsk /r [insert the corrupted hdd letter] More informations: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730714.aspx Later, after a reboot, open command prompt with elevated privileges, type sfc /scannow (press enter key on your keyboard), check the result. See you!
  6. Hi my2cents and all! I have just updated Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 and I have got entries similar to yours. Suggestion: Maybe another useful feature to add to WRC could be the possibility to select/tick more entries with ctrl+click and shift+click for the use of the ignore function inside the context menu. Or does it exist already a method to tick more options togheter?
  7. Hi Mares! Have you downloaded and installed a new firewall? Have you tried disabling the firewall (just five minuts) and tried downloading something?
  8. Hi tomi! RegClean is not a wisecleaner product. Wise registry cleaner should be the one you are searching for: it's freeware! See you!
  9. Hi ACR! Ruby is a programming Language. If you are not programming anything with it, you could safely remove and uninstall it. More informations Official ruby homepage should be https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/ http://rubyinstaller.org/ should be the official homepage for downloading the ruby installer for Windows versions. The following is a direct link for 1.8.7-p374 version taken from it: http://dl.bintray.com/oneclick/rubyinstaller/rubyinstaller-1.8.7-p374.exe?direct Notice that there is a newer version of ruby: 2.0.0-p247 See you!
  10. I think developers will fix this in the next version See you!
  11. Hi my2cents! The first posted image shows ShareDlls, the second one shows ShareDll (only). Since that key should not exist, I think, maybe there could be an error in the function that copies that string (but this could be checked only by WRC developers). I believe you could substitute all those lines with just one: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SharedDlls\C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\*
  12. I.e.: Do you exclude those items, close WRC, open WRC another time, make a new scan and those ones reappear? Or do you make a new scan on the same session? In the first case, close WRC and check inside WRC folder if it creates an exclusion.dat file (you can open it with notepad and see what values have been added inside it). If you notice that the file already exists, check if the new values have been added after WRC closure. In the second case, check if those values have been added inside settings --> exclusion.
  13. Ah! No, I didn't need to update WRC: I uninstalled it because I wanted to use the portable version.
  14. (Difficile che trovi risposta in italiano in un forum in cui si parla inglese...) (possible) Translation of the original poster question: When I turn on the PC, cooling fan is always on: what can I do? PS: Are all these questions from Yesterday true questions or fake ones? (they seem fakes)
  15. Well, I can't remember if I read it (sorry for my "brain" ), probably I did but not not so well, but the result was that I had lost backups of mine Or maybe i've used the uninstaller inside ccleaner and did it go alone? Given that backups are usually a good idea, especially the first complete one before the scanning/cleaning, I thought to inform you. Regards
  16. Hi all I would want to suggest that, imho, the backup folder SHOULD NOT be deleted during the uninstallation process and, at the end of it, the uninstaller should say that the backup folder is still present (with each backup done in the past, obviously).
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