Thank you David. First post updated.
If you're going to use CCleaner (and I do as well) then I would highly recommend to feel free to use all portions of the software *EXCEPT* the Registry cleaner. I've had issues with certain softwares not working correctly afterwards (like Opera browser, as an example), and several friends have reported that their PCs wouldn't boot after cleaning the Registry with CCleaner. Registry cleaners are snake oil. No solid evidence has ever been produced that cleaning the Registry will increase performance, and invalid entries will generally not hurt your system/softwares (except in cases where a software may not work correctly if its' Reg entries are missing/invalid). Only edit the Registry when you absolutely need to.
Just got a update for CCleaner today.....
Monday, December 21, 2015CCleaner v 5.13
This release is all about keeping CCleaner’s cache cleaning right up to date with the latest browser releases.
Optimizations have been made to the architecture of the 64-bit build, plus we’ve spruced up the auto-update check and Registry cleaning along with a range of other technical fixes.
- Added Opera and Chrome Media Cache cleaning
- Improved Chrome Extension and Cache cleaning
- Improved Windows 10 Registry cleaning
- Optimized 64-bit build architecture
- Improved Auto-Update checking process
- Improved Unicode text support
- Minor GUI improvements
- Minor bug fixes
New CCleaner 5.13.5460 version release. See first post for more details.