CCleaner Auto Updater


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CCAuto updater is a free tool to automatically update CCleaner. With this tool you never have to download and install the new versions, CCAuto updater will do it for you. You can either run it manually, on schedule, or on start up. After CCAuto Updater has updated CCleaner it will let you know with a small balloontip message or prompt.

CCAuto Updater also has the option to run CCleaner scheduled without any UAC (User account control) prompts. Another advantage of using CCAuto Updater is that the "Yahoo! Toolbar" won't be installed in the updating process.

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+John.

Good find! Getting a bit tired of twice-weekly updates sometimes, hopefully this'll sort things out a bit.

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bjoswald

Are people really lazy enough to need this? The damn program tells you when there's a new version and takes you to the site. Just download it and install over your old copy. Done. Come on.

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Evolution

I find using Filehippo's Update Checker just fine since it checks most of my apps as well.

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+jamesyfx

I find using Filehippo's Update Checker just fine since it checks most of my apps as well.

I think that software is great. I'd recommend this as it gives updates for a lot of other applications including a few drivers, it's useful stuff.

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+Majesticmerc

I find using Filehippo's Update Checker just fine since it checks most of my apps as well.

/Agree

I love Filehippo! although it doesn't update your applications automatically, its great for letting you know when they actually need updating. Although it does get a bit overbearing when it tells you that you should update 13 programs :cry:

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Ace

Instead of using third-party update checkers, wouldn't it be better if each application had a built-in Sparkle-like updater like most Mac apps do?

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Buio

Instead of using third-party update checkers, wouldn't it be better if each application had a built-in Sparkle-like updater like most Mac apps do?

CCleaner does have an automatic update checker, that checks for new version when you start the program. You can turn it off if you don't like to use it. I don't understand why anyone would need a thirdparty program, it's so easy to update anyway.

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Ace

CCleaner does have an automatic update checker, that checks for new version when you start the program. You can turn it off if you don't like to use it. I don't understand why anyone would need a thirdparty program, it's so easy to update anyway.

I know. That was my point. :) If it had an in-app updater like most Mac apps do, you wouldn't even need to visit their website.

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Buio

If it had an in-app updater like most Mac apps do, you wouldn't even need to visit their website.

And almost all PC apps today do have a built-in updater, even if it's not a sparkle-like one. I guess if Microsoft decided to do something that could gather updates into an application it could happen, but I don't see that coming.

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c3ntury

I just use the Hippo Software auto-updater. Works with more software as well.

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Nightwind Hawk

Are people really lazy enough to need this? The damn program tells you when there's a new version and takes you to the site. Just download it and install over your old copy. Done. Come on.

Every time I open CCleaner there's an update. It gets to be inconvenient when you basically have to download and install the program each time you want to use it.

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Martyn

I find using Filehippo's Update Checker just fine since it checks most of my apps as well.

Thanks for the tip (Y) :)

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cork1958

Are people really lazy enough to need this? The damn program tells you when there's a new version and takes you to the site. Just download it and install over your old copy. Done. Come on.

Have to agree.

First thing I do is turn off any type auto update junk in any program, anyway!

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