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Microsoft Starts Flagging CCleaner As A Potentially Unwanted App

Fossbytes Thursday, 30 July 2020 ()
CCleaner is one of the most popular apps to declutter and clear invalid Windows Registry entries in the Windows operating system. As per a report from 2017, CCleaner has more than 2 billion downloads worldwide. However, now, Microsoft has started detecting the popular Windows optimization app as a “Potentially Unwanted App” in Microsoft Defender. The […]

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