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"Run Once" Category for Winapp.ini and Winapp2.ini

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I would like to see a special "Run Once" category be established in CCleaner for use with Winapp.ini and Winapp2.ini.

 

The purpose of "Run Once" category would be to permit users to perform cleaning of specific files and then not to clean them again until the user manually checkmarks/specifies that CCleaner is to clean them again. For example:

 

1. User establishes a cleaning procedure named "jv16 2011 Backup Files" in WinApp2.ini for a series of backup files within jv16 2011. User specifies Default=False

2. User opens CCleaner>Applications and check marks "jv16 2011 Backup Files" which is under category RUN ONCE.

3. User runs CCleaner. CCleaner cleans the files specified by "jv16 2011 Backup Files" and then automatically unchecks "jv16 2011 Backup Files" under category RUN ONCE.

4. jv16 2011 Backup Files are not cleaned in subsequent runs of CCleaner until the user manually checks "jv16 2011 Backup Files" again.

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CCleaner sort of already has the ability for items enabled and disabled, but only if you right click on entries to Analyze or Clean them.

 

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CCleaner sort of already has the ability for items enabled and disabled, but only if you right click on entries to Analyze or Clean them.

 

Screenshot:

596a7e2a78d.png

 

Jeez... That does exactly what I want to do. Thanks much for the tip, Andavari. :D

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