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Thread: Having to sign in on all sites after using ccleaner

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    Having to sign in on all sites after using ccleaner

    why is this happening? what should I untick thanks

    Val

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    Ccleaner deletes temporary files, cookies etc., this means it also deletes the passwords from the sites you have visited.
    That is one of the ways it speeds your computer up by deleting your browsing history.
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    Thanks Guy, but I've always used it and I never had to keep signing in before? so assumed something is ticked that should not be?

    Val

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    Uninstalling Ccleaner would be your best option... It's absolute snake oil and causes more issues than it fixes.

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    I gave up on it when I couldn't find the right box to tick to stop it erasing my bank's tag on the computer. This meant the bank thought I was trying to use a different computer and entailed a phone call to reset it. Big nuicance!
    Anne

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    Thanks Grim but is there another programme I could use, or would you not recommend it.
    Anne I never had any trouble with it on my last PC, dont know why this one is being a pest.
    I am going to uninstall it now.

    Val

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    Quote Originally Posted by Val wish Id never started View Post
    Thanks Grim but is there another programme I could use, or would you not recommend it.
    Anne I never had any trouble with it on my last PC, dont know why this one is being a pest.
    I am going to uninstall it now.
    Is there another program to do what? Nothing that Ccleaner does is any better than how Windows already monitors and maintains the performance of your PC

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    okay thanks

    Val

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