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  1. @ Kroozer I was using a program called BatchPurifier lite which does a nice job for jpeg but nothing else, unless you buy it. (which I am always weary of since I don't know how it will react to a system reinstallation.) I like that I can integrate Stripper into explorer and that it is portable (so it will surive a reinstall without needing to be reconfigured.) so thank you anyone know of anything for office files ?
  2. @ Nergal: Yes you're probably right, I knew it would be quite a task since the files store this kind of thing in diffrent places, and there are 1000's of different file formats. but imho privacy concerns are at an all time high after all the data Mr Snowden released. To me it makes sense that if you want to remove logs and metadata from your computer you’ll want to do the same with your files. Personally I just find applications placing unnecessary information places I didn’t tell them to annoying and I like knowing that when I send a file to my friend, my boss or even a date that it doesn't
  3. This is probably a tall order but would it be possibly to add a Metadata Removal Tool into ccleaner ? it's nice that ccleaner will remove usage tracks from things like office and photoshop but often if a picture is taken from a cellphone or digital camera there is residual data metadate stored in the file itself. such as where it was taken, when, the f stop etc or in the case of office files, the auther, title date. etc. i am purposing a adding a file cleaner that will go through a folder and scrub the files of this extra and in many cases unwanted information. I have done some searching on
  4. @ Nergal you're one of the brighter ones around here and I can't help but respect your point of view. Although I feel that while it's probably true that a determined fool can poke their eye out with a donut, that doesn't mean there shouldn't be donuts for those who want them. I think options for that kind of thing and more information, such as reporting that files/folders were not removed and why is always useful. and just to be cheeky, in my case c:windows*.*|recurse wouldn't do any damage as windows is not on my c drive . thanks for the advice I will put something in suggestio
  5. So I take it there is no fix for this other than using an external scrpt ? I have always known that ccleaner was not... well quite agressive enough in my view, for countless versions. but never really quite thought it was this bad.. basically if the folder has any custiomisations it will not be cleaned by ccleaner which in my view is riduculus. I have long wished they would borrow from the collomb file unlocker (or something simular) and add an option to make ccleaner more agressive when it came to deleting locked, system hidden, and read only files. in most cases this shouldn't be a p
  6. @ Andavari : Of course, that's why I said in the spirit of the forms. but I have posted it as a text document. @ Nergal : Sorry but I do have you on this one. "This sets the read-only bit on the folder to indicate that the special behavior reserved for Desktop.ini should be enabled." from http://msdn.microsof...2(v=vs.85).aspx Keep in mind these folders are not locked, also you can check it yourself by setting an icon and then checking the folder attributes and or activate your own icon file from a custom desktop.ini as I do for portable icons that stick with the folder. I'll atta
  7. I did some messing around, simply setting the Read only bit on a folder will make the folder unremovable in ccleaner. neither adding an include or adding the folder in winapp2,ini will cause the folder or any sub folders with the read only bit set to be removed, I would upload a batch script to allow you to test this for yourself do this however the form does not allow batch files so in the spirit of the rule I will not. I consider this a bug because in windows "read only" does not actually mean read only, it really means read the desktop.ini used for special folders and icons, tool tips,
  8. even things like .Net leave broken stuff behind on a clean system installation. at least with the registry cleaner built into ccleaner you can find some of the stuff left behind.
  9. Adding them as individual includes would be difficult and cumbersome to maintain, I would much rather have ccleaner delete the whole folder at once. thus I have the folder specified in winapp2.ini Ex: Application Data\Example|*.*|REMOVESELF so logically it should remove all files in that folder and the folder itself, ccleaner is removing all files inside the folder except for the system hidden ones, Which in turn is preventing the folder from being removed. and no that option is not checked, these files are also considerably older then 24 hours as well. Edit alright I
  10. Is it possible to configure ccleaner to delete, system hidden, and read only files ? I am having trouble with logs having the system hidden attribute set and being ingored by ccleaner. These files are easily deleted using explorer so they are not locked or anything
  11. Personally I would like to have the option perhaps under the tools section to remove no-present devices... I currently use a Devcon script to do this that I attach to my ccleaner startup script. but it would be a nice feature for those not up to using the comandline/batchfiles to do this.
  12. thanks I do have some questions about the contents of those files, specifically what some of the switches do for example what does do 0) ID=2299 1) SpecialDetect=DET_THUNDERBIRD 2) SpecialKey1=N_THUNDERBIRD_DOWNLOAD I can't seem to find them documented anywhere. and the layout is a bit confusing. other than that I have been tweaking winapp2.ini as needed, it also seems there is no community maintained winsys2.ini ?
  13. The Custom Location for chrome portable still doesn't seem to work but other than that looks nice
  14. I know I was/and still am having issues with the CustomLocation1="CHROME|C:\Google Chrome\Data\profile\Default" entery in Ccleaner.ini the same path works if I change CHROME| to Firefox| so I am thinking it is a ccleaner bug. ditto with Iron.
  15. Hahaha hmm I will look into that. I noticed it does leave some empty folders behind and registry keys around which would be indicative of its existence but nothing beyond that. Palemoon does the same with the empty folders at least. I haven't detected anything else though I will run recuva to see if it finds anything. I was already using Palemoon portable (Love it) (I just kept Firefox portable around for compatibility since it's closer to the "official" version.) At the moment I have Palemoon Portable, Firefox Portable, Iron portable, Opera Portable, Google chrome portable (never use
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