• P.S. have you actially set CCleaners options? It has that Applications tab, where you can check, what should be erased, what not. So if you had problems with software's data getting deleted, then it was your own fault. CCleaner's the best currently.
  • Earth Dragon is right you should be able to change that in the applications tab but Why would you want a browser to save your passwords that's a personal security no no
  • CCleaner is better. You need to configure it so that it doesn't delete all of your password/cookie info though, otherwise it will work TOO well and delete *any* info that could be used to track/identify you.

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