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bobboThu Dec-13-18 02:16 AM
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"CCleaner too vigorous"
Thu Dec-13-18 02:31 AM by bobbo

  

          

I recently upgraded to CCleaner Pro and find that it is deleting the passwords that are usually in place. I'd like to keep them. When I close a browser, it asks if I want to clean it. What adjustment do I need to make in CC?

  

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KJTThu Dec-13-18 05:11 AM
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#1. "RE: CCleaner too vigorous"
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Thu Dec-13-18 05:12 AM by KJT

  

          

It sounds like it's your browser asking, so the setting will be within your browser's settings. Find the setting and change it to "No".to keep it from clearing them when you close your browser.

In Ccleaner, click on Options>Cookies and move the cookies that belong to the passworded sites that you want to save to the "Cookies to save" side.

Jim.

  

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bobboThu Dec-13-18 05:49 AM
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#2. "RE: CCleaner too vigorous"
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Thanks Jim. I did some of than but need to go back and look again.

  

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