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I can see ESET NOD32 Antivirus and ESET Smart Security  under applications when adding CCEnhancer to CCleaner. Is it safe to clean these 2?

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There's really nothing listed in CCEnhancer's winapp2.ini that ESS and EAV don't already take care of. If you ever need to clear the update cache, you're better off doing it via ESET's GUI.

Personally, I'd not use CCleaner with the custom winapp2.ini to clean anything related to ESET.

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