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Recuva v1.28

Recuva now has a separate EXE for running natively on 64-bit OSs. This will allow it to run faster and more efficiently on Vista 64-bit.

Additionally - Now that the Windows 7 Release Candidate is out and free for download, we're sure that a lot of you have bitten the bullet and are getting to know it.
Windows 7 does things a bit differently than previous versions of Windows, and sometimes stores files in different locations. This release improves Recuva's support for Windows 7.

The full change log is below:

  • Added native 64-bit support.
  • Added support for exFAT drives.
  • Improved Windows 7 support.
  • Fixed browse issue with the Wizard in Win98.
  • Fixed a few other Win98 issues.
  • Minor UI tweaks.

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CCleaner v2.21

This new release of CCleaner adds a lot of improvements:

CCleaner v2.21.940

  • Added U3 smart drive support. (Separate installer)
  • Added support for:
      Adobe Reader 9.0, Adobe Photoshop CS3,
      Adobe Photoshop CS4, Adobe Illustrator CS4,
      Nero Burning ROM 9, OpenOffice 3.1,
      AVG AntiVirus 8.0, AntiVir Desktop
      and Vuze.
  • Added Installed date and size to Uninstall Tool.
  • Added support for multiple item selection on Start up tool.
  • Added support for cleaning Windows 2008 IIS log files.
  • Improved Windows 7 support.
  • Improved 64-bit Registry cleaning accuracy.
  • Improved loading of System Restore Tool.
  • Improved various routines in the uninstaller code.
  • Fixed Windows 7 Task Scheduler bug.
  • Fixed "No Disk" bug when using Wipe Free Space.
  • Fixed Win98 support.
  • Minor text and translation improvements.
  • Minor bug fixes.

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Defraggler v1.11

We've made some noticeable changes to how Defraggler operates - some fun, some important.

Large Files and Free Space Defrag

First, if you use Defraggler to defragment your free space, you can now tell it to leave large files alone while doing that.

Why? When Defraggler defrags the free space on your drive, it does so to optimize the free space -- and it may end up moving large files around in the process. If you've used Defraggler previously to optimize the drive by setting it to move large files to the end of it, your optimizations may be undone.

The solution is to let Defraggler know you don't want it to move large files during free space defragmentation. Here's how:

1. In Defraggler, click Settings, and then click Options.
2. On the Options dialog box, click the Defrag tab.
3. Be sure the Move large files to the end of drive during whole drive defrag is selected.
4. Select Do not move 'Large Files' during Defrag Freespace.
5. Click OK.

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Custom colors - for the Picasso in you

If you'd like to change the colors Defraggler uses in its drive map, we've added a feature that makes it possible. You can now set custom colors for each type of sector (small box) displayed in the Drive Map.

To set custom colors for the Drive Map:
1. In Defraggler, click Settings, and then click Options.
2. On the General tab, select Use custom drive map colors, and then click Edit.
3. To change a color, click the color box next to the item and select a new color. To reset the color to its default setting, click the color box, and then click Default.
4. Click Save.

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Here's the full list of changes:

  • Added custom drive map colors (Options > General > Interface).
  • Fixed schedules for multiple drives.
  • Fragmented info is now displayed in df.exe.
  • 'Large files' can now be excluded from freespace defrag (Options > Defrag > Advanced).
  • Improvements to the way crash data is collected.
  • Various minor UI tweaks.
  • Several minor bugs fixed.

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