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  1. Thanks for the suggestions and revised entries. Winapp2.ini update: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/b84a73fb8322bfb42a14e621fd41a408b627fb5e
  2. I'm not sure. If this is not cleaned up by CCleaner, then someone would probably have made an entry for it a long time ago. If you search the forum for "OfflineCache", CCleaner seems to clean it up. The entry "Cookies" should do this. CCleaner cleans up the database directly (and therefore does not delete the ".sqlite" file itself). https://community.ccleaner.com/topic/32310-winapp2ini-additions/page/263/?tab=comments#comment-288245 Quote: "... [Pale Moon - Offline Cache*] ... ok, found with Firefox -> Cookies (!!!) ..." Edit: I can now confirm that the "OfflineCache" is cleaned by CCleaner (entry "Cookies"). You can test it yourself as follows: - Open a website using the offline cache: https://html.spec.whatwg.org/demos/offline/clock/clock2.html - Check "appcache" with: about:cache - Close Firefox and run CCleaner entry "Cookies". - You can now see that CCleaner deletes the subfolders of "OfflineCache". - Open Firefox and check "appcache" again: about:cache - You can see that there are no more entries. (The CCleaner entry "Compact Databases" then reduces the size of the cleaned ".sqlite" file back to the original size of 256 KB.)
  3. I think 3) should be: 3) Navigate to: C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\Local\ However, the question remains why this only occurs with a few Office users. I also have these files in the Temp folder, but I can delete them without any problems. My Office 2016 has never been affected by CCleaner. By the way, there is unfortunately still no official answer here either:
  4. Thanks for testing and your reply. Here the revised entry: [Process Hacker *] LangSecRef=3024 DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Process Hacker Default=False FileKey1=%AppData%\Process Hacker\Cache|*.*|RECURSE FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\Process Hacker|processhacker-setup.exe LibreOffice now seems to omit the version number in the folder name, so I modified the entry: [LibreOffice *] LangSecRef=3021 Detect=HKLM\Software\LibreOffice Default=False FileKey1=%AppData%\LibreOffice\*\cache|*.log FileKey2=%AppData%\LibreOffice\*\User\backup|*.* FileKey3=%AppData%\LibreOffice\*\User\extensions\shared|log.* FileKey4=%AppData%\LibreOffice\*\User\temp|*.* FileKey5=%AppData%\LibreOffice\*\User\uno_packages\cache|log.* FileKey6=%ProgramFiles%\LibreOffice*\program_old*|*.*|REMOVESELF
  5. As far as I know, these entries reduce the size of all database files. So it certainly means "to compact databases" respectively "to compress databases" and the translation should be correct.
  6. The full path is then the following, correct? %AppData%\Process Hacker\Cache\NYGWEFSCZHOPGSU\processhacker-build-setup.exe However, I guess the folder name is randomly generated. Since it is located in a folder called "Cache", the question arises whether you can simply delete the entire contents of the folder. Can you please try if deleting the entire contents of the folder "Cache" will cause problems? Thanks a lot!
  7. I also only use offline accounts and still have both folders on all systems. I found out that the service "Connected Devices Platform User Service_xxxxx" is responsible for the folder "random string" and the service "Connected Devices Platform Service" for the folder "L.username". The service "Connected Devices Platform User Service_xxxxx" can only be disabled permanently via the registry. However, since the service is no longer used only for sync tasks, it is better not to disable it - as you have already written. After deleting the cache databases, I have not noticed any side effects, at least until now.
  8. You simply have to wait longer, because CCleaner now has to process thousands of new entries. When all entries have been processed, CCleaner is ready for operation again. To speed up the start again, you can use the Trim function of Winapp2ool. Please read post #1: https://community.ccleaner.com/topic/32310-winapp2ini-additions/?tab=comments#comment-175835
  9. Thanks for the new/revised entries, suggestions and replies. Winapp2.ini update: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/3a19c2fc3dc9cf26bfd93f0bb20f5dd19209df05 Winapp3.ini update: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/f212def9545fe82aa2f3cccd31a9665415e75c31
  10. Just for your information: The "empty.check" is not a new function, but only a fantasy file pattern. You can use any file pattern you like, which is normally never used by programs (examples: "abc.xyz" or "no.content"). By the way, the culprit really seems to be the "Microsoft Provisioning".
  11. @dvdbane Most entries for "Metro Apps" clean up the "AC\Temp" folder, so this should be safe. I think we can add this to Winapp2.ini. @CSGalloway https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/issues/391 @Andavari The FileKey of your entry should work, but I would still recommend the "official" syntax: FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\tw-*.tmp|*.*|REMOVESELF To make sure that only empty folders are deleted, a "fake" file pattern can be used: FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\tw-*.tmp|empty.check|REMOVESELF
  12. Winapp2.ini update: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/57ffa85d23ab869dd1e01e5d42a5b13aac95aeb2 Winapp3.ini update: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/f0c1ffa59c9380e1e4afb42da8b9a81e90422930
  13. I guess the entries "DeleteMe=" are caused by the CCiniDebug feature of Winapp2ool. @Winapp2.ini should be able to help here.
  14. @ricktendo64: Many thanks for your reply. Winapp2.ini update: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/a395bc93477a182494e6d64dffd513ecae8a719e
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