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  1. Would make sense indeed. The disk cleaner is an alternative, not a side-by-side add-on to CCleaner.
  2. Maybe unifying the entries' formats would be fine. Some with *, some with ~... wtf?
  3. Working Vim history support: [*Vim (History)] LangSecRef=3021 Detect=HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Vim Default=True FileKey1=%userprofile%|_viminfo FileKey2=%userprofile%|.viminfo
  4. While writing a Vim cleanup script, I noticed that CCleaner (obviously) does not offer a way to search the Program Files folder recursively, so if I write a cleanup for Vim 7.2, its binaries are usually in /vim72, while v7.1 used /vim71 and so on. Maybe there should be a way to dig through folder structures (with wildcards)?
  5. A thing BleachBit can but CCleaner can't: Vim for Windows creates a file called _viminfo in the user profile directory which contains all history items. To cleanup Vim's history, the file can be deleted. I think Vim is used widely enough to be supported... Thanks in advance.
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