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Tarun

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  1. Unfortunately it's hard to say for sure what it's deleting and where, unless it produces log files. If you like, just use the Windows 7 built in defrag.
  2. Are you using POP or IMAP with Comcast? IMAP is the preferred mail protocol to use.
  3. Which OS are you running this on? There are so many things that run and generate files in the background, it's hard to narrow down. I will say that I've stopped using third party defrag utilities and am just using the built in WIndows defrag. Since Windows 7 it's been sufficient. Windows 10 it's great, it handles SSDs wonderfully.
  4. I'd allow Windows 10's built in defrag to handle it. SoftwareDistribution is where your Windows Updates are downloaded to. Best tips I can give you right now, off the top of my head... Start > Type "Disk Cleanup" > Right click and Run as Administrator > then clean up everything found there. You can remove the old Windows install/upgrades (including the bi-annual updates/Spring/Fall/April) Set it and forget it. Let Windows built in defrag do it's thing. It works wonders, even on a SSD. Don't run CCleaner. In fact, uninstall it. It does more harm than good. If none of those help, honestly I'd reinstall. I opted in to the upgrade, then formatted and reinstalled after I did the upgrade. The clean install worked very well. Though this was years ago. Also, I'm running on an SSD which makes a lot of it super fast.
  5. Glad to hear you have it fixed, and thank you for posting the solution!
  6. Try uninstalling the drivers again, then go into Device Manager. Make sure when you uninstall the device from there that you check "Uninstall Driver" there as well. After that reboot. Also check other ports and settings.
  7. Glad to hear you were able to find a solution!
  8. Update 4.3.3 has been applied. This also has additions for GDPR.
  9. An update to the forum software coming out later this week will makes changes to the Privacy Policy. I will make updates/changes according to what changes.
  10. The Privacy Policy here on Lunarsoft has been updated. An addition that Lunarsoft makes use of Google Inc's ReCAPTCHA, Google Analytics, and Google Maps has been added to the Privacy Policy. If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, post them here.
  11. For anyone who is wondering... While I have not had the time over the past several years to update Anti-Malware Toolkit (AMT) I am keeping its database file as up-to-date as possible. I do still want and plan to do version 2 and have made several attempts in the past. Important things in life have taken priority though. When I do get around to version 2, support for Windows 10 (or the current Windows at that time) will be the latest supported. I will also target the latest .NET Framework that supports all currently supported Windows. There will be no Legacy support for Windows 9x/ME, XP, or Vista. If you're still running any of these Operating Systems I strongly recommend you upgrade to one that is supported, preferably Windows 10. Additionally, the next version will be 64-bit only because x86 (32-bit) has run it's course for usefulness. The demands of software has reached beyond the 4GB limit, especially for gamers. It's incredibly rare to see anything modern with just 4GB of RAM. I may have more things planned after the release of Anti-Malware Toolkit 2.
  12. The Lunarsoft Forums have been updated to the latest version, 4.3.0. Please remember to clear your cache. If you encounter any issues please let me know. Read more about 4.3's release
  13. Forums have been updated to 4.2.9, potentially the last update before the 4.3 release.
  14. Welcome Kevin! I believe I've seen you on Malwarebytes several times in the past. Sorry to hear that you're ill, hope you're better soon!
  15. Long ago they were, they had Ad-Aware which was a great program. Sadly, that changed and it went downhill. I'm not sure anyone even thinks of them anymore.
  16. The frontpage has been updated to 4.9.4. 4.9.3 broke the automatic update functionality and a fix was released within 24 hours.
  17. Security updated 4.9.2 was automatically installed.
  18. The issue this thread has been opened for has been resolved. If you need continued support, please start a new thread and provide a link to this topic. This applies only to the original topic starter. Everyone else please begin a New Topic, after following the steps outlined here: PC Cleanup It is recommended that you review our PC Security wiki page to help secure your computer and protect it.
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