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TimeStamp on Registry save files - include 'seconds' please.


jcall

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Please include 'seconds' in the timestamp of registry save files

 

eg: cc_20080702_1732.reg --> cc_20080702_173259.reg

 

Then, if you do more than one registry clean within a minute, it will timestamp the files correctly - no chance of

 

accidentally overwriting the last registry save file -and- no need to change the save filename to make it unique.

 

 

I use CCleaner many times a day on many PC's, this would a big help to me and to any tech doing the same type of work.

 

 

Thank You.

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that would be cool.. I have always had to cheat that adding the next minute before it arrives... cause I have to pass it like three times each time I clean the registry... ;)

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that would be cool.. I have always had to cheat that adding the next minute before it arrives... cause I have to pass it like three times each time I clean the registry... ;)

 

I usually put a "-2" or "b" appended to the filename..in which adding seconds would be a good click-saver. ;)

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I did get a msg back saying they thought it was a good idea and will be passed on to the developers, so I hope this enhancement is done. Since I requested this, I have accidentally overwritten a reg save. Even though I'm very careful, this would avoid any mistakes like that.

 

Yes, I usually put a '-b' or '-2' (sometimes '-c' or '-d' -or- '-3' or '-4' -- if 3 or 4 revs are able to be done within a minute).

 

Thanks for your input and support.

 

Much appreciated !

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  • 3 weeks later...

To the Developers and Forum personnel,

 

I want to thank you very much for adding in the 'per second' TimeStamp on Registry save files I requested.

 

This is a big help to me and hopefully others as well.

 

Thanks again !

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