Hi there, we intend to fix the issue that’s causing these and we’re going to clean these up when we apply the fix.
I was also thinking about an automatic function of CCleaner to clean up any dumps that are more than 7 (14?) days old. This would mean we can spot issues when they start occuring, but also prevent CCleaner from endlessly generating junk, and remove the need for us to provide one-off cleanups for cases like these.
Basically I’m not sure it needs a cleaning rule, it could be an automatic function.
What do you think?