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LeXTeRiTY_X

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  1. It entirely depends on the program, although the registry is the best place to start. If you open RegEdit.exe and go to either: - "My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\" or - "My Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\" many installation paths can be found in there. Different applications have their own way of storing the installation path. Adobe uses a key named "InstallPath", Kodak use a "TargetDir" value string saved under the "Kodak\Common" key, while OpenOffice.org uses the "InstallPath" key aswell, but just in another location. A slightly accurate way is to extract all paths o
  2. Hi englishmen, I have taken those issues in to consideration and would most definately class it as an advanced feature. However, a workaround is for the search results to work the same as the "Issues" window - even though that feature can't be run from the Recycle Bin's context menu it still can be used inside the program. Therefore it would be safer if after searching for specific filetypes, the results either have to be checked or unchecked before finally being deleted. I used to use disk-cleaning utilities but found using "<Win>-<F>" on the keyboard for window's find
  3. Hey all, great program. Fast and efficient - I like it. A question though: Is erasing certain filetypes is already on the "to do" list"? It would be great to specify which files to be erased (eg. *.$$$; *.??~; *.bak; *.gid; *.old; *.tmp, etc...) Thanks in advance. --X
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