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       #541

    Brink , how did we update the new version ? install again? or must uninstall old one first?
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       #542

    sle3pingz said:
    Brink , how did we update the new version ? install again? or must uninstall old one first?
    No mate just click on the link when it reminds you there is a new version / update just like Malwarebytes does too (if you haven't used it for a while ) it just goes through the instyall again only it's quicker than first time
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  3. Posts : 225
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       #543

    just click on the link? how? sorry not to understand ..
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  4. Posts : 70,224
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       #544

    sle3pingz,

    You can either click on the link in the pop-up message that CCleaner gives you when notified that there's a new version available, or download the new CCleaner from the first page here and run the installer to update your current CCleaner.
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  5. Posts : 225
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       #545

    Brink said:
    sle3pingz,

    You can either click on the link in the pop-up message that CCleaner gives you when notified that there's a new version available, or download the new CCleaner from the first page here and run the installer to update your current CCleaner.
    umm , i didn't see any notified new version , there's something wrong?
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       #546

    sle3pingz said:
    Brink said:
    sle3pingz,

    You can either click on the link in the pop-up message that CCleaner gives you when notified that there's a new version available, or download the new CCleaner from the first page here and run the installer to update your current CCleaner.
    umm , i didn't see any notified new version , there's something wrong?
    No mate did you sign up with your email address at he time wherever you downloaded from and I think there is a a little tick box somewhere that says inform me of updated versions or something like that isn't there Shawn?
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       #547

    Yep, this would have to be checked below in CCleaner to be able to be notified by CCleaner of any new versions of CCleaner is available. Otherwise, you'll just need to download and run the new CCleaner installation file to update your currently installed CCleaner. :)

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  8. Posts : 225
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       #548

    Brink said:
    Yep, this would have to be checked below in CCleaner to be able to be notified by CCleaner of any new versions of CCleaner is available. Otherwise, you'll just need to download and run the new CCleaner installation file to update your currently installed CCleaner. :)

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    ok , now i already check the automatic update checkbox, then i must restart first?
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  9. Posts : 70,224
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       #549

    Nope. It only notifies you that there's an update available. You still must actually download and install the new CCleaner to update you current one.
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  10. Posts : 225
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       #550

    umm , which way it's good? re-install and install the new one ? or just install the new one with the old one not uninstall? (just double click after Download)?
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