CCleaner Browser

Discussion in 'Internet and Technology' started by doubt, Aug 8, 2019.

  1. doubt

    doubt Tazmanian

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    Is anyone using it successfully?
     
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  2. Phillip

    Phillip The Priest

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    I've been using CCleaner for a few years now and I haven't had any problems with it at all.
    I usually use that after I remove something from my computer.
     
  3. Alfa1

    Alfa1 Administrator

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  4. doubt

    doubt Tazmanian

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    Adblock is included, that's good.
    My only problem with the browser is that I can't use my favourite password manager with it.
    The 3 options to choose from are:
    Browser(Dangerous)
    Dashlane
    LastPass
     
  5. Alex.

    Alex. The Ancient Dragon

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    It's white label Chromium. It's the same browser Avast and AVG use, which isn't surprising because Avast owns both AVG and Piriform.
     
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  6. cornnfedd

    cornnfedd Captain Futurama

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    Chrome, Firefox or Brave are my choices nowdays, didnt know cc did a browser...
     
  7. doubt

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    The option to install it came with the latest CCleaner update.
     
  8. BrandonSheley

    BrandonSheley loving life

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    I wouldn't use it, I don't' see why anyone would honestly..
     
  9. mysiteguy

    mysiteguy Devotee

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    I wish I could trust them, but ever since they had malware slip into their systems and shipped a release of their Windows cleaner with it, I shy away from CCleaner products.

    KeePass
     
  10. doubt

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    I cannot see:
    password_managers.JPG
     
  11. doubt

    doubt Tazmanian

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    For couple of days it's new, good fun.
    I have already installed on my PC:
    Edge
    Chrome
    Brave
    FF
    Opera

    Using them rarely.
    Sticking to IE, I'm comfortable with it.
    When it has some problems then I switch to one of the above browsers.
     
  12. cornnfedd

    cornnfedd Captain Futurama

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    Dashlane is great, i switched to it probably 18 months ago and no issues so far. There are a couple of features it doesnt have that I would like though but its still pretty good password manager.
     
  13. overcast

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    I don't trust these antivirus and security companies. I remember AVG was forcefully adding chrome addon and redirecting to amazon and other shopping site with their own affiliate links. I am sure Piriform must be doing the same.
     
  14. Alex.

    Alex. The Ancient Dragon

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    Brave still needs quite a bit of polishing for it to be good. Vivaldi's performance, on the other hand, is how I remember it being when I first installed it in mid 2016. Three years later and its lack of speediness is concerning.
     
  15. mysiteguy

    mysiteguy Devotee

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    Keepass is a very robust open source password creator/manager. It can be used stand alone, but there are also open source browser interfaces for it available. Its not a standard browser plugin you can find at the Chrome "store". I've used it for years on Windows, Linux and Android.
     
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