Disabling Auto Monitoring in CCleaner

vbimport

#1

I’m not sure if this is the best place to post this.
I updated to this new version & I’ve skipped a couple since the older version I had was doing the job fine. I do like to update occasionally .
What I noticed was a new addition & it is enabled by default.
I’ve unchecked both as I definitely don’t want this feature & it wasn’t in the older version I had.
It is in Options/Monitoring :
" Enable system monitoring "
" Enable Active Monitoring "
Just a heads up for anyone else than doesn’t want this new feature.


#2

Thanks for heads up cholla


#3

bean55 it’s OK that you moved the thread but the thread title is only partial.
The " Enable Active Monitoring " is for auto updates.

The " Enable system monitoring " is for automatic cleaning.
The pro version is supposed to have these selection for it:

Prompt me to clean – CCleaner will display a balloon notification in the system tray asking if you want to clean your PC.

Automatically clean with notification – CCleaner will clean your PC, and then display a balloon notification in the system tray that it has done so.

Automatically clean on closing without notification – CCleaner will clean your PC silently.

I’m not sure which of those the free version uses as I disabled both from the start.It doesn’t have the three selections.
I think a better thread title would be:
"Disabling auto monitoring in CCleaner "


#4

I moved it cholla and I will fix the title , sorry bro.:slight_smile:


#5

Thanks alan .
Some people may want it enabled but I don’t .
For those that do want it enabled it is set that way as default.