By Default in Windows 7, UAC is turned on to notify you when some programs try to make changes to your Computer. If you try to run any program, UAC pops up and asks for your permission, this is a bit annoying, that’s why users’ disable UAC or set it to ‘do not notify’ level, but this is not recommended for any user.
If you’ve UAC turned on, just like to any other application you’ll get a UAC warning for CCleaner also, just like as other program, good news for you, Piriform has added “Skip Users Account Control Warning” to its Cleaner tool Advanced Settings, which you can enable and skip this dialog for faster booting or startup of CCleaner.
Today, Piriform has released CCleaner v 3.19 with the addition of Skip UAC option, support for Firefox 13 Beta and cleaning capabilities for other apps, and this release contains minor bug fixes and other improvements.
Enabling Skip UAC Warning option in CCleaner
1. After installing the current version, open CCleaner, click on ‘Options’ for Advanced Settings, select or check “Skip User Account Control Warning” option,
UPDATE: The option is enabled by default, so you don’t need to anything on your end.
2. Exit from CCleaner, re-run the app, you won’t get UAC dialog this time. This helps CCleaner to load much faster as it avoids UAC dialog user had to click on.
What’s new in CCleaner 3.19
- Added option to skip User Account Control (UAC) warning.
- Added support for Firefox 13.0 beta.
- Moved Thunderbird to be cleaned separately.
- Improved Aurora History cleaning.
- Improved Google Chrome Saved Passwords cleaning.
- Improved Scheduled Tasks detection.
- Improved Uninstaller Installation Date on XP.
- Added cleaning for BitDefender.
- Improved detection for Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, VLC Media Player and Avast! Antivirus 6.
- Minor bug fixes.
You can download the CCleaner 3.19 from here.