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  1. I haven't really messed around too much with trying to dig around and read what it's doing. In fact, once I saw that there was no way to control what flash does, I removed IE10 and reinstalled flash itself. You could watch video and all of that but unlike standard install of flash there was no means of accessing settings. Flash likes to just give itself permission to do things that I don't want it to do by default so because of that IE 10 went away from my pc. At least now, I'm back to being able to control what flash does. I might install it on a junk computer and try to figure out how it
  2. Yep. I never got an answer as to why winapp2.ini kept deleting my search settings either after the last update. Should know better I suppose.
  3. Well, you can install IE 10 on Windows 7 now, which I did. I don't know. I'm not really worried about it so much that it's annoying. I don't have flash installed yet still have a Adobe flash folder being created. CCleaner winapp2.ini is still showing an Adobe flash listing as well as Adobe /flash settings entry and if I go to the flash settings manager online it confirms that I don't have fladsh installed. Yet, there are settings for it some place apparently if CCleaner is showing it. I swear I hate flash. Hate it with a passion. With IE 10 using html 5 why the heck do I need adobe flash? I do
  4. Does anyone know why IE 10 for windows 7 keeps creating a Adobe folder in the Roaming folder of the users/app data ? I don't have flash installed so am wondering why every time I delete the thing that IE 10 keeps recreating it . I know it's probably off topic but figgered this to be the best place to get an answer or maybe some idea why.
  5. No, i don't use includes. Haven't seen these entries in the registry cleaner either. Whenever i do run the registry tool, I usually have the same entries to deal with from a couple of small programs. They rebuild as well which is why i clean tham. But, no. Neither of those. I haven't really spent any time with this since posting the issue. I just replaced the winapp2.ini file with the previous release and left it. I may reformat the pc a couple of times over the coming weekend and test out some theories I've read here. Depends on how nice it is outside. I'm not really too concerned abo
  6. No, I don't ever let Windows update anything on it's own. I let it check for them and then I go through them and choose accordingly. Have removed winapp2.ini and the issue went away. Ixquick search engine/IE 9 on a Windows 7 64 bit machine. Also, I didn't tick any new additions after applying the latest winapp2.ini file. I just left them as they were prior to installation of the most recent file. In the mean time, I'm going to pull the winapp2.ini file off of my sons computer and install it on this one that had the issue prior to removing the updated one and verify that it doesn't have
  7. Did something get rescribbled with this winapp file that would wipe out my search engine settings every time i run CCleaner? The winapp update is the only thing that I've done to the computer since it started happening this morning. It's annoying as all heck having to reapply my search engine settings every time i run CCleaner with this winapp file now.
  8. I was just wondering about this installshield installation information in the utilities section. If I check that and run CCleaner will it remove the log files needed to uninstall software? I don't want to check that and then go to uninstall something and not be able to. I know I ask some relatively noob questions here once in a while but I just want to be sure i don't fudge up things.
  9. Go figger. Thanks. I did actually try that the first time but it only offered a html link. Weird. Anyhow, thanks for what you all do here.
  10. How come you can't download the winapp.ini file anymore? All you get is a text file. What am I supposed to do with that? the link in the text file to download it leads nowhere, btw.
  11. Program has rebuilt the list. Thanks again.
  12. Thank you. Darned if it wasn't simple. I was looking in the windows folder in the reg. Didn't rebuild though. I made two quick ones and nothing was remembered from the program. I make a lot of movies from baseball games though so who knows. It may eventually start another list after a reboot. I haven't rebooted yet.
  13. Any chance of adding Windows live movie maker recent projects added? I can't seem to do remove these easily. At least I can't find where to look, i should say.
  14. Off topic, perhaps, but I've uninstalled Revo uninstaller pro and ironically, it seems to leave it's own junk behind. the winapp2.ini has two revo references. One is a backup and one is a uninstaller log reference. I really didn't even need the program but just wanted to see what it did. I've uninstalled it using it's own uninstaller but now am stuck with two references in CCleaner that were not there before I actually installed the program. and they won't go away. This means it left it's own mess. right? does anyone else use this program and know where it keeps it's junk so that i don't see i
  15. Yeah, I did the same thing already. Thanks for that though. Serves as some confirmation that I was right in my own assessment.
  16. I should probably know the answer to this but right this second it's bed time and have a bit of a brain freeze. c:\users\[username]\appdata\local\ virtualstore is hard to maintain, it seems. I have a bunch of junk that's not even on this particular computer anymore sitting in that folder, including what looks like a bunch of different Winapp2.ini (partial downloads?). I guess it's best to just pick through them and figure out what's what and whats not? Thanks.
  17. Folks should leave MSE well enough alone and let it do what it does. Otherwise you're defeating the purpose as well as fudging up processes required for practical future development of the software at the very least.
  18. Yeah, that's what I ended up doing. Thanks.
  19. Probably not very wise to fudge around with the thought process of the users antivirus software. MSE is a different kind of beast in how it works relevant to the OS as opposed to other av's. Whatever though. I'll just remove the .ini file. Thanks for explaining that.
  20. I've been messing around testing out this MSE antivirus to see how well it actually works. I also just tried out this .ini file you work on as well but after doing so, this MSE keeps turning orange and telling me that my computer hasn't been scanned in a while. Of course, that's wrong because it gets scanned daily so I'm wondering if this listing that you're calling Microsoft Antimalware scan results and Microsoft Antimalware logs in the applications section are actually messing with MSE and erasing it's references? Thanks
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