I've added some additional items to my winapp2.ini file. One of the folders that I added to be cleaned had a had about 50 files that matched the pattern that I used to specify the files to delete. When I ran CCleaner and analyzed that particular item, only three files showed up to be removed. Turns out that all, but three of those files had their read-only attribute turned on. Now, that's the normal status for these files. The application usually sets these as read only files. They are backups. (To be more specific, these are backups of the hosts file made by Spybot Search & Destroy. If I perform a cleaning, I want to remove those backup files.) Is there a modifier to the rules that will tell it to force the deletion of read only files that match the spec?