You understood wrong and the reason behind this is my own hasty kind of writing all to the end. I had problems this day, whatever :
1.) Websites to add are the Software websites, where you download the software and make entries for them. I had no time to add all the rest to the file list today. Add them @Hazelnut... You are good at it.
2.)Winsys2.ini is the new Winapp3.ini for bad guys. This will have some entries, which most users can use for saving space and performance (not indexing) resulting in saving money and stress. But some entries might be in the new Winapp2.ini later...
3.) Winsys2.ini is a complete compressed work of five years in this forum. It has Q&A section, live-better with good software section and all entries, which are dangerous or beta or removed due to reason. And files, which have not been categorized and tips.
As for CCleaner devs :@Mrt
How about _fastcall method, when searching for entries, this would be about 2 time faster in finding files. Saving winapp2.ini in the cpu registry in L1 Cache, you don't need to scan the full HD.
For example : We have 50 Firefox entries, but it will scan 50 times, if Firefox exists on the HD. Instead you could save that in the registry, which will create a temporary list of all files. So you don't need so much IO operations and it would be fast. If someone doesn't belive, then copy and paste 2000 times the same entry into your custom winapp2.ini file. It will take about a minute still, even if, this entry is the same.
Input->HDD->Okay/Not okay->Input->HD->Okay/Not okay...(current method of handling this)
Input->HDD->Okay/Not Okay->Input->Check RAM or L1 Cache, if this has been scanned ->Okay /not okay (faster method of doing this.)
And cleaning infile support would be a standard with "[""]" symbols to delete a string from one point to another.