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CCleaner System Restore function

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The ability to delete restore points is nice. Very nice.

 

What about the options to:

 

- Increase or decrease restore point creation frequency (- or + hours, min, seconds)

- Enable or disable restore on different drives

- Create a new restore point

- Select multiple restore points to delete at a time (What happens when someone has gigs of restore points?)

- Set the amount of allowed diskspace for system restore to use

 

I believe that these would really be beneficial to CCleaner users.

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- Create a new restore point

 

I attached 2 files that should help with that. Extract to CCleaner folder

winsys2.zip

winsys2.zip

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I attached 2 files that should help with that. Extract to CCleaner folder

Awesome! Just one problem?

 

I extracted both files to the ccleaner folder, but when I went to sys restore control in ccleaner, I didn't see any new right click or other options. Is it hidden, or did I miss something?

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Awesome! Just one problem?

 

I extracted both files to the ccleaner folder, but when I went to sys restore control in ccleaner, I didn't see any new right click or other options. Is it hidden, or did I miss something?

 

I see you've never used winapp2.ini or winsys2.ini. That's ok though. Start CCleaner and go to cleaner->Windows Tab-> System -> System restore point. Right click and click clean to create a restore point. Or just check it and click Run Cleaner

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What about an option to start system restore (and restore the selected restore point) from CCleaner?

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I see you've never used winapp2.ini or winsys2.ini. That's ok though. Start CCleaner and go to cleaner->Windows Tab-> System -> System restore point. Right click and click clean to create a restore point. Or just check it and click Run Cleaner

I guess it would help if I had system restore enabled first, huh?

 

I forgot I had turned it off earlier!

 

Thanks!

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I guess it would help if I had system restore enabled first, huh?

 

Yep that would probably help!

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Yep that would probably help!

Actually, just now enabled Sys Restore on my XP Pro with SP2 & it failed to show any right click option in CCleaner that you can make a new sys restore point. It DID show the new sys checkpoint it created upon enabling.

 

I verified both files were directly in the CCleaner folder before launching.

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I'll check it out

 

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