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  1. Is there a website that has all the recommended post options **Beta** that have been recommended after the winapp2.ini official release date. or do you need to just read through all the post? and just so I understand when someone makes a post inexample... you just add this to the winapp2.ini and it cleans this location if it exist on your system? [uSA Today*]LangSecRef=3031Detect=HKCU\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AppModel\SystemAppData\USATODAY.USATODAY_wy7mw3214mat8DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Packages\USATODAY.USATODAY_wy7mw3
  2. I was hoping to get some response ideas or suggesttions --- hope you can help : ) [Added by moderation]: Link to original post: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=32310&st=3440&do=findComment&comment=240976
  3. Perhaps a silly question, but I was wanting to know if the winapp2.ini only cleans temps, logs, temporary internet files, left behind with all applications in its custom ini file..., When I ran the ccleaner with the winapp2.ini under applications it had a lot of entries... Lots.. plus took forever to launch, which I read could be reduced by running the trimbat file. But I was unsure what was cleaned by checking them, I didn't want it to delete my app, or remove any needed information for the application to run successfully. I also don't want to loose any specific profile settings, espec
  4. Perhaps a silly question, but I was wanting to know if the winapp2.ini only cleans temps, logs, temporary internet files, left behind with all applications, When I ran the ccleaner with the winapp2.ini under applications it had a lot of entries... But I was unsure what was cleaned by checking them, I didn't want it to delete my app, or remove any needed information for the application to run successfully. especially those entries with the * referenced by them.... I would give examples, but there is a lot to list... Furthermore: I was wanting to know if these Microsoft Locations are inclu
  5. in your example you still have to set the path == what I am say, is it would be hard work to list all the possible paths.. I get what you are saying on avoiding removing some temps and logs. But in the use case, say its a Temporary Internet folder... yet you still don't know all the paths or directoris. so aside from do a dir then findstr with the exact perimeters then sending to a file. I was thinking of using possible the for /F and do del /f or rmdir /f But what I am uncertain is, if it scans through every directory. havenbt research the possibity of add the "\<Temporary\>
  6. In your example "Include1=PATH|%APPDATA%\Adobe\Flash Player\AssetCache\|*.*|RECURSE" It is using the environment variable APPDATA then path adobe \ flash\ AssetCache\ etc.... What I am asking is does ccleaner use variables in its app... not using the variables in windows environmental settings. The next is using the ccleaner application variable or custom winapp2.ini or ccleaner.ini to "Include1=PATH|{{ANY TEMP FOLDER}} THE ANY TEMP FOLDER would be the custom variable that you place on the drive.... I just don't know how to do it, and if it allows. So if I said scan "Incl
  7. In my example, I ran dir /s /ad |findstr "\<Temp\>" from command line... This reported directores with Temp, didn't show Template, or Temprary files,,, That why I made it "\<Temp\>" Can you give me an example of how you could do this in CCleaner custom files or via the ccleaner.ini How can you configure variables, expressions, and etc in Includexxx=Path
  8. (1) Can ccleaner either using the include custom folders or the ccleaner.ini Includexxx=Path| (Variable) |*.*|RECURSE Can it Clean using variables, where you do not know the complete path... You just know its a folder named XYZ somewhere on the drive? It could be anywhere.... Use case senario: I have a file server that has user profiles... and etc... The thing is over the years, people made copies of their profiles and stuck them in unknown directories all over the place.. and I mean all over the place, could be named copy, could be named new folder, could be named top secret...goes on and
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