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  1. As the topic title states: Alphabetize the cleaners listed in CCleaner. It's odd because when I make my own winapp2.ini cleaners they're perfectly alphabetized, whereas the defaults aren't. Also if possible a long time wish has been for alphabetization of CCleaner.ini, especially for those of us using the portable version.
  2. Re-apply new thermal compound! Search YouTube on how to do it.
  3. Hmm, let's make a Paraprosdokian out of this for the fun of it:
  4. Yes it's easy to make on your own if you already have a portable version to copy from. But they might consider posting that info as an illegal means of doing it or some form of circumvention. At least that's what I've been told previously by another moderator when I posted those instructions and promptly deleted the post I made. The moderation team was told years ago that they'd phase out the portable versions, maybe they're doing that now, but I've no ideal and can't speculate because they haven't told the moderation team anything either.
  5. Sometimes with Win10 restarting the computer will cause it to refresh the icons.
  6. YouTube in the original Edge browser for Win10 was usually the only smooth experience for low-end hardware like entry-level budget laptops since there were fewer issues like dropped frames, even Chrome wasn't as good for it. Don't know what low-end hardware will use with Edge Chromium taking over as the main Win10 browser. Firefox on YouTube has never been a smooth experience for me even on good hardware, it's always had some slow loading lag (supposedly induced on purpose by Google/YouTube if we are to believe reports), whereas in my preferred SRWare Iron (based on Chromium) it's a complete non-issue other than RAM usage.
  7. PicPick Portable URL: https://portableapps.com/apps/graphics_pictures/picpick-portable License: Freeware (Personal use) / Paid (Business use) Supports: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 I was only looking for a good and simple color picker, and I ended up finding PicPick Portable. It's really impressive, and way better than what I was originally looking for. Features Screen Capture: Take screenshots of the entire screen, an active window, specific region of the screen, free hand, scrolling window and more. Auto-scroll, dual monitors and sound effect are supported. Image Editor: Intuitive User Interface (Windows 7 Ribbon style). Standard drawing, shapes, arrows, lines, text, and etc. Effects are supported as well. Blur, sharpen, hue, contrast, brightness, color balance, pixelate, rotate, flip, frame effect and more. Color Picker and Color Palette: Various color code type (RGB, HTML, C++, Delphi). Photoshop style RGB/HSV conversion is supported. Pick and Save your favorite color. Screen Pixel Ruler: Horizontal and vertical orientation. various units (Pixels, Inches, Centimeters). DPI setting (72, 96, 120, 300). Screen Magnifier: Zoom 2x to 10x option. Stay on top, smooth display, and sizeable window. Screen Protractor: Helps you find angles on screen. Pick a center, then a location, then the angle in degrees away from the first. Can be used in a variety of photography, math, and graphics applications. Screen Crosshair: For aligning objects in graphics or design applications. For calculating relative coordinates on screen.
  8. Rant: The change log states they made some GUI corrections but it still isn't usable for me at all because in order for the GUI to be visible and fully on screen I have to scale the display too small and the font is so small it's too difficult to see. Looks like I won't ever get past v2.2.1. I don't know why they're having such issues making a proper GUI (hell even v3.x had GUI issues with messed up scaling on Win10) that can be re-sized, and with a scrollbar to see what would normally run off-screen -- same goes for Samsung Magician v6 (which I've uninstalled) and a host of other programs that really aren't very usable or re-sizable on a 15 inch or smaller laptop. Back in the WinXP days there wasn't much of any scaling issues that I can remember, nowadays it's more like cross your fingers and toes that a new program version doesn't go the unusable GUI route for some users.
  9. That doesn't always work and can open a can of worms. Case in point I did exactly that on a hard disk and the performance of it afterwards was horrible and nearly unusable. The only solution I had was to use the old discontinued free JkDefrag I had archived locally and play around with the command line to have it sort with "-a 7" which restored the performance on the disk.
  10. Removing duplicate program files and/or system files (.dll, .exe, ocx) is asking for nothing but issues, i.e.; breaking the program resulting into having to repair/reinstall. As you elude to some of the names are different, therefore they aren't really dup's then regardless even if they have a matching MD5/SHA-1/SHA-256 hash. From the screenshots: * As for removing dup's in an antivirus that would never be a recommendation, ever! Although most AV's have tamper protection. * Improperly cleaning Microsoft Office clutter with cleaning tools can/may/will break it! Deleting its program files that are deemed as dup's will probably result into the same breakage.
  11. If it's a bought raid NAS setup that came with it's own "OS" or software one would think it would have the necessary defrag tool built in to it (if that's even a thing they bother with) to do it on a schedule or even automatically. Unless of course you're using a homebrewed setup. One thing is for certain Defraggler is slow, but any defrag tool is going to seemingly take an eternity attempting to fully optimize such a massive amount, I'd personally be very apprehensive attempting to fully optimize a drive with over 1TB of data let alone up to possibly 29TB. Plus as long as it would take I'd imagine it could potentially stress the raid setup with a very long duration of the drives being at high temperature.
  12. These are the only two "delay" items in my portable version (I don't use any delays so they're set to zero - all configured via the GUI however): DelayRB=0 DelayTemp=0 DelayTemp is obvious, I'm thinking DelayRB is for backing up what the registry cleaner removes but I'm not sure.
  13. It's stressing the hard disk, and that's one reason alone to not use it all that often.
  14. When I received my new M.2 SSD on Jan 2 along with an external M.2 enclosure that was defective I had to do a clean install of Win10 on the new SSD (then later restore from my disk image backup), the option was in there using the latest ISO for an offline account. Edit: And I was online!
  15. Guess Microsoft really wants them to "upgrade" to Win10 by not letting them shutdown or restart. Pulling the plug Nukecad could have other consequences though. Strange bug nonetheless.
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