Windows 10: C cleaner question

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  1.    28 Feb 2016 #11

    Do not forget to uncheck Saved Form Information and Saved Passwords, if you store them in your browser.
    Same for Windows Error Reporting and Windows Event logs, if you use the Reliability History and Event Logs.
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  2.    29 Feb 2016 #12

    I'm not sure what you mean by storing passwords in my browser. I keep a password protected document w/all my passwords and usernames, but I do, of course, use my browser when I navigate to a site where I have to use my passwords. I'm not going to use C Cleaner until I have a better understanding of it, or at least till I know what my password is on this forum. That's right...my password has been reset so many times that I don't know what my current one is.
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       29 Feb 2016 #13

    Remember passwords and fill out web forms - but it is not considered very safe.

    Password protected document can be easily opened, it is better to encrypt it, you will not notice a difference, you will still open a document with a password. you can try something like AxCrypt.
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  4.    29 Feb 2016 #14

    I gave up trying to keep a list, or remembering all my passwords years ago. I bought a password manager called RoboForm 7 years ago, its keeps all my passwords, for me, can make new passwords that are VERY difficult to hack. can be password protected. Can fill out forms for me. Runs in the back ground, always their when I need it.
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       29 Feb 2016 #15

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    I gave up trying to keep a list, or remembering all my passwords years ago. I bought a password manager called RoboForm 7 years ago, its keeps all my passwords, for me, can make new passwords that are VERY difficult to hack. can be password protected. Can fill out forms for me. Runs in the back ground, always their when I need it.
    Same here.
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  6.    29 Feb 2016 #16

    Another c cleaner question


    I was going to run C Cleaner and I've never used the "option" button to save cookies. The cookies on this forum was the main thing I wanted to keep from being deleted. Does this image look like I've accomplished that? (windows10forums.com). I'm not going to run C Cleaner until I get an affirmative answer. I'm in no hurry to run it, so I'll wait until I hear from someone on this forum who can assure me that I have CC set to keep these cookies Thanks. (Looks like I saved 2 of the snips...obviously they are both the same).
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       29 Feb 2016 #17

    Fred22 said: View Post
    I was going to run C Cleaner and I've never used the "option" button to save cookies. The cookies on this forum was the main thing I wanted to keep from being deleted. Does this image look like I've accomplished that? (windows10forums.com). I'm not going to run C Cleaner until I get an affirmative answer. I'm in no hurry to run it, so I'll wait until I hear from someone on this forum who can assure me that I have CC set to keep these cookies Thanks. (Looks like I saved 2 of the snips...obviously they are both the same).
    Yes you have.
    I doesn't really matter if you delete the cookies, they'll get set again the next time you visit the site. The pages just won't load as fast the first time.
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  8. axe0's Avatar
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       29 Feb 2016 #18

    Not exactly, windows10forums is a different forum from Windows 10 Forums ("www.tenforums.com")
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  9. Posts : 7,880
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       29 Feb 2016 #19

    axe0 said: View Post
    Not exactly, windows10forums is a different forum from Windows 10 Forums ("www.tenforums.com")
    WHOA! Good catch! My bad!
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  10.    29 Feb 2016 #20

    Plus there is windows10forum

    Windows 10 forum - CNET
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