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no command line switches any more?

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  • #5438 Reply

    I just updated from an older version to 3.4 where I used the commandline /BG to run CCE unattended in the background, update, then load up CCleaner. It doesn’t do anything any more. Are commandlines no longer supported? At this time, it doesn’t do anything at all, except open CCEnhancer. It doesn’t update, or start CCleaner, so I can no longer do an unattended update. Is it broken or were these functionalities removed? And is there any driving reason I need to update to the 3.x line at all? The older version seems to work just fine.

    #5448 Reply

    Cheked “Run CCleaner silently on completion” in settings CCEnhancer, then use commandline /AUTO

    Windows 11 Pro Insider, x64

    #5450 Reply
    Shane Gowland

    Phobos is correct.

    Also; there is no harm in staying on the 2.x versions.

    #5456 Reply

    Thank you very much for the replies. I’ll be staying with the older version then. It does what I need. Currently I have CCE load CCleaner without actually running it, and I’d like to continue doing that.

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