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  1. If there is an entry in both "CCleaner.exe" and "winapp2.ini" have "CCleaner.exe" ignore it because the entries listed inside CCleaner are set for the default installation locations, but I put them in subfolders. For example, for me there are two appearances of "Download Accelerator Plus" in the "Applications" list. CCleaner.exe's entry: [Download Accelerator Plus] LangSecRef=3022 Detect=HKCU\Software\SpeedBit\Download Accelerator Default=True RegKey1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\SpeedBit\Download Accelerator\FileList RegKey2=HKCU\Software\SpeedBit\Download Accelerator\HistoryCombo RegKey3=HKCU\Software\SpeedBit\Download Accelerator\ADS\SecondMedia FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\DAP\Temp|*.* FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\DAP\Ads|*.* FileKey3=%ProgramFiles%\DAP\Log|*.* winapp2.ini's entry: [Download Accelerator Plus] LangSecRef=3022 Detect=HKCU\Software\SpeedBit\Download Accelerator Default=True RegKey1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\SpeedBit\Download Accelerator\FileList FileKey1=%PROGRAMFILES%\Internet\DAP\Temp|*.* FileKey2=%ALLUSERSAPPDATA%\SpeedBit\DAP\Temp|*.* FileKey3=%ALLUSERSAPPDATA%\SpeedBit\DAP\Log|*.* Thank you.
  2. I agree. I keep expecting that option to be there in every new release, but it never comes. Or, when adding a registry key to exclude, have it automatically recognized when the format is a copy and paste from the Registry's right-click command, "Copy Key Name". For example, after a registry scan, I right-click a result and select "Open in regedit..." then I right-click the key that is opened and "Copy Key Name". Then I paste that into CCleaner's "Exclude" page button, "Add Registry". Even better would be a right-click command to exclude, right in the results window. Thank you.
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