CCEnhancer FAQ

Frequent Questions:

Does it work with portable CCleaner?

You can manually specify the path to download the custom definitions using the “Install for portable CCleaner” menu option. Alternatively, if you place CCEnhancer in the same folder as CCleaner.exe, the correct path should be detected.

What does an asterisk (*) next to an entry mean?

This indicates that the entry is not natively included with CCleaner, but has instead been added by CCEnhancer.

Can I configure CCEnhancers proxy settings when downloading?

By default, the program uses the system default proxy settings when updating the definitions. I aim to add a custom proxy settings feature to CCEnhancer soon, as it would benefit quite a few users.

Where can I manually download the definition file?

http://content.thewebatom.net/files/winapp2.ini

Is CCEnhancer approved by Piriform?

No, CCEnhancer is not endorsed, approved nor affiliated with Piriform, the makers of CCleaner.

Could CCEnhancer damage my computer?

All computer programs have the potential to cause unwanted changes to your computer. CCEnhancer performs such a simple task that it is highly unlikely that any negative side effects could occur. That said; the cleaning rules CCEnhancer adds to CCleaner could delete files that you wish to keep. Always make sure you check exactly what should be deleted.

Is CCEnhancer free for commercial use?

CCEnhancer is totally free for anyone to use however they like.

Is CCEnhancer free from Viruses, Spyware, Adware, Malware etc?

CCEnhancer contains no malicious software, spyware, adware, toolbars or any other unwanted junk. Each version is tested on Virus Total prior to release to ensure no unintentional infections slip through. Furthermore, our software is independently tested by Softpedia and CNET prior to listing in those sites.

How do I uninstall CCEnhancer?

You don’t. CCEnhancer is a portable application and doesn’t install anything on your computer, just delete the .exe. To remove the custom rules simply use the “Delete Custom Rules” menu button under “Functions” in the CCEnhancer interface. If you have deleted the application but not the rules, navigate to where CCleaner is installed and delete the file called “winapp2.ini.”