I have been using CCleaner (free) for quite some time now, I am surprised to see that it does not yet have a removal mechanism for various applications "language files" and folders. Can an option for their removal be included in CCLeaner? I only want to keep "English - United States" language files which are 1033. Is this already planned, or has it been not included for some particular reason?
for instance, iTunes, includes a large list of language folders/files pointed to in the registry,
is one of the keys with lots of language file data I have found. Just to view the key on my system 2Ghz, take about a second and a half to view in regedit. I can only imagine how much quicker a system would load if all these unused language files/folders/keys were not on the system.
I would force a save of removed removed data just in case... with an option to restore the removed data at system startup just to be safe, or force a bootabale thumbdrive, floppy, or CD to be created with the recovery data.