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  1. v5.78.8558 (25 Mar 2021) Cleaning Settings Restored support for local domains to the ‘Cookies To Keep’ whitelist (e.g. ‘localhost’, ‘desktop2’) We have disabled the ‘Wipe Free Space’ feature while we investigate reports of erroneous data erasure Cleaning Automation You can now choose to use standard cleaning rules or Custom Clean for scheduled cleans Fixed a bug where unchecking Smart Cleaning did not uncheck its child options New Onboarding Flow We've added a new quick start guide called Help Hub that is active during a trial for some users
  2. For you obviously ☺️ I didn't realise that the new album was out - I shall have a look/listen.
  3. v5.77.8521 (04 Mar 2021) This version resolves a crash when cycling quickly through the Options menu. We will roll out this change to everyone over the coming days. Stability CCleaner no longer becomes unresponsive when cycling quickly through the Options menu
  4. CCleaner v5.77.8448 (18 Feb 2021) This version includes improvements to cleaning and improved visual design for product updates. Note: We want everyone to enjoy using the latest and safest version of CCleaner, including people who may not have updated in some time. In the coming days and weeks, we will continue to bring customers on very old versions up to date so they can clean their machines safely. (Find out more) Cleaning Added Download History cleaning for Avast Secure Browser Updates Updated the visual design of the product update sequence
  5. Sorry, I didn't realise your printer was quite so ancient - 2004-ish vintage ? The base 1320 only had parallel and USB interfaces - no wireless capability built in. - with the N suffix, it means Network and with a W - Wireless Why don't you just disconnect the USB cable from the printer to desktop at the printer, and plug the laptop into it with another USB cable when you want to print from it?
  6. Your printer appears to have wireless capability - see http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00212924 so if you set it up as wireless from the laptop using the HP Win 10 installer, you should be able to print to it.
  7. I see that your taste continues to deteriorate !
  8. With your interest in the unusual, this should suit you ?
  9. It is the 18th birthday of this incarnation of Windows Forum today
  10. Thanks for the feedback. I'll mark this as "Resolved"
  11. Does this help ? - https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/d410f8aa-1cc5-4e0e-84e9-928b945dd87e/word-2003-opens-document-as-blank?forum=word
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