Discussion in 'Application Software' started by MonarchX, Jun 6, 2019.
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Block CCleaner64.exe and CCleaner.exe in the firewall. Easy.
Also, like my ini file, add this line: UpdateBackground=0
That does not do anything...
That does not do anything?
What are you talking about cause I mentioned two things.
Be more specific. It seems you answer mad or upset.
EDIT by ancestor(v): insult removed
And before you reply in my W8.1 computers that pop up does not show up.
Back to business, guys. No insults, please.
They deserve that.
Just look the way @MonarchX answers to my post, then the other one @kaljukass likes his ridiculous reply to my help.
They behave like sensitive schoolgirls in their period complaining for anything and annoyingly they ditch a reasonable and logic procedure.
Now, how in the world an exe or dll or whatever blocked in firewalls can communicate out of your computer to the Internet?
The issue was greater than this thread. This is the real thread I should have created earlier - https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/why-do-only-some-apps-ask-for-firewall-permissions.79758/ .