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JorgeP

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  1. 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, "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Folders" 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.
  2. I would like to know if all applications language folders can be removed safely, with the exception of english? Also if anyone had removed the non english DLL's from various applications. I've noticed that MS uses language dll's for alot of their applications, with english being 1033.dll in some/most instances, is it safe to remove the others? Thanks in advance for your replies. -- NOTE: System is Windows XP SP3 - all updates applied...
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