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Thanks for the Update APM !ūüėČ

Modified entry:  [Malwarebytes *]

Changed the name from Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.  Malwarebytes no longer refers to Malwarebytes as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.

Changed Detects to Detect1 and Detect2

Added FileKey12 to remove Malwarebytes folder left hanging after a Malwarebytes auto update. 

I did not remove FileKeys that are not use in most recent versions of Malwarebytes.

[Malwarebytes *]
LangSecRef=3024
Detect1=HKCU\Software\Malwarebytes
Detect2=HKLM\Software\Malwarebytes
Warning=You must manually and temporarily turn off Malwarebytes "self-protection" to remove the logs.
FileKey1=%AppData%\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes*Anti-Malware\Logs|*.*
FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes*Anti-Malware|mbam-setup.exe
FileKey3=%CommonAppData%\Malwarebytes\Malwarebytes*Anti-Malware\Logs|*.*
FileKey4=%CommonAppData%\Malwarebytes\MBAMService|*.log;*.bak;*.regtrans-ms;*.TM.blf;*-ntuser.dat;*.LOG1;*.LOG2;*-UsrClass.dat
FileKey5=%CommonAppData%\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\config|*.bak
FileKey6=%CommonAppData%\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\logs|*.*
FileKey7=%CommonAppData%\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\ScanResults|*.*
FileKey8=%CommonAppData%\Malwarebytes\MBAMService\tmp|*.*
FileKey9=%LocalAppData%\Crashdumps\Malwarebytes|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey10=%LocalAppData%\MBAM*\Cache\qmlcache|*.*
FileKey11=%LocalLowAppData%\IGDump|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey12=%SystemDrive%\Malwarebytes|*.*|REMOVESELF

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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Snagit creates the MSI*.tmp- folders.

[Windows Installer *]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer
FileKey1=%SystemDrive%\Config.msi|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey2=%WinDir%\Installer|*.tmp|RECURSE
FileKey3=%WinDir%\Installer|SourceHash{*};wix{*}.SchedServiceConfig.rmi
FileKey4=%WinDir%\Installer\Config.Msi|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey5=%WinDir%\Installer\MSI*.tmp-|*.*|REMOVESELF

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Modified entry:  [DisplayFusion *]

Added FileKey3

 

[DisplayFusion *]
LangSecRef=3024
Detect=HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion
FileKey1=%AppData%\DisplayFusion|DisplayFusionSetup.exe;DisplayFusion*.log;DebugInfo.*
FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion|DisplayFusionSetup.exe;*.log
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\DisplayFusion|*.log

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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Modified entry: [DVDFab *]

Added FileKey15

[DVDFab *]
LangSecRef=3023
Detect1=HKCU\Software\DVDFab
Detect2=HKCU\Software\DVDFab Passkey
Detect3=HKCU\Software\FabPlayer
FileKey1=%AppData%\DVDFab Player*\Advertis*|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%AppData%\DVDFab\DVDFab*\SceneData|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey3=%AppData%\LiveUpdate|*.log
FileKey4=%AppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Templates\Videos\Temp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey5=%Documents%\DVDFab*|*.log
FileKey6=%Documents%\DVDFab*\Log|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey7=%Documents%\DVDFab*\SceneData|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey8=%Documents%\DVDFab*\Temp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey9=%Documents%\DVDFab\DVDFab*\Cinavia|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey10=%Documents%\DVDFab\DVDFab*\Log|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey11=%Documents%\DVDFab\DVDFab*\Temp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey12=%Documents%\DVDFab\updateLog|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey13=%Documents%\LiveUpdate|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey14=%Documents%\PcSetup|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey15=%LocalAppData%\DVDFab*\cache\QtWebEngine\Default\Cache|*.*
RegKey1=HKCU\Software\FabPlayer|DefaultDir
RegKey2=HKCU\Software\FabPlayer|DefaultFile

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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Modified entry: [DriverMax *]

Added FileKey3

[DriverMax *]
LangSecRef=3024
Detect=HKCU\Software\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax\Agent|*.tmp;dmxlog.txt;lastscan*.xml;logScan.txt
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax\Agent\Downloded Drivers|*.*
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax\Agent\Dump|*.*
FileKey4=%LocalAppData%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax\Agent\Uploads|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax\Backup|*.*
FileKey6=%LocalAppData%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax\LastScan|*.*
FileKey7=%LocalAppData%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax\Temp*|*.*
FileKey8=%ProgramFiles%\Innovative Solutions\DriverMax|*.log

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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Modified entry:  [Movavi Video Converter *]

Added FileKey1, FileKey5, FileKey6.  Changed FileKey7, FileKey8, FileKey9

[Movavi Video Converter *]
LangSecRef=3023
Detect=HKCU\Software\MOVAVI
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Logs\IPCRouterApplication|*.*
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Logs\MovaviStatistics|*.*
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Logs\VideoConverter*|*.*
FileKey4=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Movavi Video Converter * Premium\Cache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Video Converter *\cache\NagsCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey6=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Video Converter *\cache\qmlcache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey7=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Video Converter *\cache\videoconverter*\MSparkle|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey8=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Video Converter *\TranscoderTemp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey9=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Video Converter|Log.txt
ExcludeKey1=PATH|%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Video Converter *\cache\videoconverter*\MSparkle\*\|MovaviVideoConverterSetup*.exe

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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1 hour ago, siliconman01 said:

Modified entry:  [Movavi Video Converter *] ...

Just a question: is there a reason for the separate FileKeys or couldn't they be merged as well?

[Movavi Video Converter *]
LangSecRef=3023
Detect=HKCU\Software\MOVAVI
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Logs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\Cache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\TranscoderTemp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey4=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*|Log.txt
ExcludeKey1=PATH|%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\Cache\videoconverter*\MSparkle\*\|MovaviVideoConverterSetup*.exe
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New entry:  [Rainmeter Updates Cleanup *]

[Rainmeter Updates Cleanup *]
LangSecRef=3024
Detect=HKLM\Software\Rainmeter
FileKey1=%AppData%\Rainmeter\Updates|*.*

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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33 minutes ago, APMichael said:

Just a question: is there a reason for the separate FileKeys or couldn't they be merged as well?

[Movavi Video Converter *]
LangSecRef=3023
Detect=HKCU\Software\MOVAVI
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Logs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\Cache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\TranscoderTemp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey4=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*|Log.txt
ExcludeKey1=PATH|%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\Cache\videoconverter*\MSparkle\*\|MovaviVideoConverterSetup*.exe

They can be merged per your code.

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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Modified entry:  [MSI Afterburner Hardware Monitoring *]

Added FileKey1

[MSI Afterburner Hardware Monitoring *]
LangSecRef=3024
Detect=HKCU\Software\MSI
FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\Geeks3D\MSI Kombustor * *\logs|*.*
FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\MSI Afterburner|HardwareMonitoring.hml

Modified entry:  [Movavi Video Converter *] 

Rearranged FileKeys 

[Movavi Video Converter *]
LangSecRef=3023
Detect=HKCU\Software\MOVAVI
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*|Log.txt
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\Cache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\TranscoderTemp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey4=%LocalAppData%\Movavi\Logs|*.*|RECURSE
ExcludeKey1=PATH|%LocalAppData%\Movavi\*Video Converter*\Cache\videoconverter*\MSparkle\*\|MovaviVideoConverterSetup*.exe

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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Modified entry:  [Dell Logs *]

Added FileKey9

[Dell Logs *]
LangSecRef=3024
Detect1=HKLM\Software\Dell\MUP
Detect2=HKLM\Software\Dell\UpdateService
Detect3=HKLM\Software\PC-Doctor
DetectFile1=%AppData%\Creative\DELL Webcam Center
DetectFile2=%CommonAppData%\Dell
DetectFile3=%LocalAppData%\Dell
DetectFile4=%LocalAppData%\SupportSoft\DellSupportCenter
DetectFile5=%ProgramFiles%\Dell*
FileKey1=%AppData%\Creative\DELL Webcam Center|MO_Log.txt
FileKey2=%AppData%\PCDr\*\Logs|*.*
FileKey3=%CommonAppData%\Dell\*\Log|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey4=%CommonAppData%\Dell\*\Logs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey5=%CommonAppData%\Dell\BiosVerification|*.log
FileKey6=%CommonAppData%\Dell\D3\pla\*\*|*.log;*.txt|REMOVESELF
FileKey7=%CommonAppData%\Dell\D3\Resources\Logs\serilog|*.*
FileKey8=%CommonAppData%\Dell\Drivers\*|*.log;*.tmp|RECURSE
FileKey9=%CommonAppData%\Dell\SupportAssist|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey10=%CommonAppData%\Dell\TrustedDevice|*.log
FileKey11=%CommonAppData%\Dell\Update|*.txt
FileKey12=%CommonAppData%\Dell\UpdateService\Clients\Update|*.log
FileKey13=%CommonAppData%\Dell\UpdateService\DataStore\*\*|*.log
FileKey14=%CommonAppData%\Dell\UpdateService\UpdatePackage\Log|*.log;*.txt
FileKey15=%CommonAppData%\PCDr\*\Cache|*.xml
FileKey16=%CommonAppData%\PCDr\*\Cache\archives|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey17=%CommonAppData%\PCDr\*\Cache\BUMA|*.*
FileKey18=%CommonAppData%\PCDr\*\Cache\DriverScan|*.*
FileKey19=%CommonAppData%\PCDr\*\Logs|*.*
FileKey20=%LocalAppData%\Dell\*\Log|*.*
FileKey21=%LocalAppData%\Dell\DellMobileConnect|*.log
FileKey22=%LocalAppData%\SupportSoft\DellSupportCenter\*\state\logs|*.*
FileKey23=%ProgramFiles%\Dell*|*.log|RECURSE

 

Windows 10 x64 Pro on ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard, i7-6700k CPU,H220 X2 Liquid Cooler, 64 gbyte RipJaws DDR4 3200 RAM, Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 500 gbyte SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, EVGA Nvidia GeForce 980 Titan card (Home Built System);  Windows 11x64 Pro on 512 gigabyte Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Laptop/tablet and Dell XPS 8940 PC.  ASUS RT-AC88U router, 14 tbyte WD My Cloud PR2100 NAS Server, 200 Mbps cable Internet, MS Edge Chromium, MS Office 2021 (Local), Casper 11, DisplayFusion (3 Flat Panel Displays per system):   Bitdefender Internet Security 2022, Malwarebytes 4, Quicken, Weather Watcher Live, ThumbsPlus 10, Sticky Password 8, WD Smartware, CyberLink PowerDVD22, MSI Burner, Rainmeter, Windows Sidebar, and many more.

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Revised entry

Added .cache files
FileKey13=%Public%\TechSmith\Snagit\License|*.cache;*.log

[Snagit *]
LangSecRef=3021
Detect=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit
FileKey1=%CommonAppData%\TechSmith\Uploader|*.log
FileKey2=%Documents%|SnagitDebug.log
FileKey3=%Documents%\Snagit|*.snagx
FileKey4=%Documents%\Snagit\.metadata|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Logs|*.log
FileKey6=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Snagit|Tray.bin
FileKey7=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Snagit\*\NativeCrashReporting\Reports|*.dmp|RECURSE
FileKey8=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Snagit\CrashDumps|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey9=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Snagit\DataStore\AppIcons|*.ico
FileKey10=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Snagit\DataStore\WebSiteIcons|*.ico
FileKey11=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Snagit\Thumbnails|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey12=%LocalAppData%\TechSmith\Snagit\TrackerbirdFiles|*.log;*.logtmp
FileKey13=%Public%\TechSmith\Snagit\License|*.cache;*.log
RegKey1=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\9|StampCustomFolder
RegKey2=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\10|StampCustomFolder
RegKey3=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\11|CaptureCount
RegKey4=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\11|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey5=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\11|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey6=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\11|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey7=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\11\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize
RegKey8=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\12|CaptureCount
RegKey9=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\12|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey10=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\12|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey11=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\12|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey12=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\12\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize
RegKey13=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\13|CaptureCount
RegKey14=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\13|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey15=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\13|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey16=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\13|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey17=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\13\Recent Captures
RegKey18=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\13\SnagitEditor\Recent File List
RegKey19=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\13\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize
RegKey20=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\18|CaptureCount
RegKey21=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\18|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey22=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\18|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey23=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\18|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey24=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\18\Recent Captures
RegKey25=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\18\SnagitEditor\Recent File List
RegKey26=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\18\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize
RegKey27=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\19|CaptureCount
RegKey28=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\19|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey29=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\19|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey30=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\19|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey31=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\19\Recent Captures
RegKey32=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\19\SnagitEditor\Recent File List
RegKey33=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\19\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize
RegKey34=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\20|CaptureCount
RegKey35=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\20|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey36=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\20|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey37=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\20|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey38=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\20\Recent Captures
RegKey39=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\20\SnagitEditor\Recent File List
RegKey40=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\20\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize
RegKey41=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\21|CaptureCount
RegKey42=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\21|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey43=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\21|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey44=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\21|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey45=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\21\Recent Captures
RegKey46=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\21\SnagitEditor\Recent File List
RegKey47=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\21\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize
RegKey48=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\22|CaptureCount
RegKey49=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\22|CaptureOpenCount
RegKey50=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\22|OutputDirLastUsed
RegKey51=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\22|VidOutputDirLastUsed
RegKey52=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\22\Recent Captures
RegKey53=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\22\SnagitEditor\Recent File List
RegKey54=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\Snagit\22\SnagItEditor\Tray|Thumbnailsize

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  • 2 weeks later...
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Posted (edited)

What's anyone else's take on cleaning out this folder?

C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent

There's already a winapp2.ini cleaner called [Jump Lists *] but it doesn't deal with the hidden .URL items.

I've got allot of .URL items from years ago (all junk at this point, and a privacy concern) that can't be seen by the user even when changing Windows 'Folder Options'. I was shocked at the amount of .URL accumulation in that path when viewing it inside 7-Zip File Manager which has no issues revealing the contents.

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Edit:

This worked for me.

[Recent Items (URL) *]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows
FileKey1=%AppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Recent|*.URL|RECURSE

 

Edited by Andavari
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Revised entry

Added .tmp in FileKey23

[Windows Logs *]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows
FileKey1=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Diagnosis\DownloadedSettings|*.json.bk
FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Diagnosis\ETLLogs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey3=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\DiagnosticLogCSP|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey4=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Network\Downloader|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey5=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\WDF|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey6=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Windows Security Health\Logs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey7=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\wfp|*.etl
FileKey8=%CommonAppData%\USOShared\Logs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey9=%LocalAppData%\ConnectedDevicesPlatform|*.log
FileKey10=%LocalAppData%\Diagnostics|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey11=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Dialer|*.log.txt
FileKey12=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\msipc\Logs|*.*
FileKey13=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer|*.etl
FileKey14=%ProgramFiles%\UNP\*Logs|*.*
FileKey15=%SystemDrive%|DumpStack.log
FileKey16=%SystemDrive%\PerfLogs\System\Diagnostics|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey17=%SystemDrive%\PerfLogs\System\Performance|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey18=%WinDir%\AppCompat\Programs|*.txt;*.xml
FileKey19=%WinDir%\AppCompat\Programs\Install|*.txt;*.xml
FileKey20=%WinDir%\debug\WIA|*.log
FileKey21=%WinDir%\INF|*.etl;*.log*
FileKey22=%WinDir%\Logs\CBS|*.cab
FileKey23=%WinDir%\Panther|cbs.log;DDACLSys.log;miglog.xml;Migrep.html;PostGatherPnPList.log;PreGatherPnPList.log;*.tmp
FileKey24=%WinDir%\Panther\FastCleanup|*.log
FileKey25=%WinDir%\Panther\Rollback|*.txt
FileKey26=%WinDir%\Panther\UnattendGC|diagerr.xml;diagwrn.xml
FileKey27=%WinDir%\repair|setup.log
FileKey28=%WinDir%\security\logs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey29=%WinDir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\debug|*.log
FileKey30=%WinDir%\System32\CatRoot|*.tmp
FileKey31=%WinDir%\System32\CatRoot_bak|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey32=%WinDir%\System32\catroot2|*.chk;*.log;*.jrs;*.txt
FileKey33=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\HTTPERR|*.log
FileKey34=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\Scm|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey35=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\setupcln|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey36=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\Srt|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey37=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\WMI|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey38=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\WUDF|*.*
FileKey39=%WinDir%\System32\SleepStudy|*.etl
FileKey40=%WinDir%\System32\SleepStudy\ScreenOn|*.etl
FileKey41=%WinDir%\System32\sysprep\Panther\IE|diagerr.xml;diagwrn.xml;*.log
FileKey42=%WinDir%\System32\WDI\*|snapshot.etl|REMOVESELF
FileKey43=%WinDir%\System32\WDI\LogFiles\StartupInfo|*.*|RECURSE
RegKey1=HKLM\Software\Microsoft\RADAR\HeapLeakDetection\DiagnosedApplications
RegKey2=HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Tracing
RegKey3=HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\RADAR\HeapLeakDetection\DiagnosedApplications
RegKey4=HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Tracing

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Good news! At long last, I've been able to update my Photo ID and will be renewing the code signing certificate soon, after which I'll be able to publish new builds of winapp2ool without antivirus vendors considering it malicious. I'll post here as that situation develops

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Great .... hopefully we wiil get back to routine updates shortly.  APM has been a big help in recent months. :)

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What's anyone else's take on cleaning out this folder?

C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent

There's already a winapp2.ini cleaner called [Jump Lists *] but it doesn't deal with the hidden .URL items.

I think it is a good idea to remove the .url files to be thorough, but so far I haven't found a computer with url files here. Is it something that started in Windows 10 or what are the conditions that cause the creation of a .url file in this location?

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With the increasing popularity of LibreWolf browser which is based on the current Firefox release, it might be good to add it to the Firefox cleaning.  Even though Librewolf doesn't make quite as many junk files due to the lack of telemetry and such, I think that it still makes sense to give it the full Firefox treament in case there is ever a mistake in LibreWolf's customized setting file, or if a user accidentally reenables a disabled feature.  Since LibreWolf is unsupported in CC, then a ccleaner.ini CustomLocation entry is needed to get the built in cleaning.

For Winapp2, the detect would be:

LangSecRef=3026
Detect1=HKCU\Software\LibreWolf

An example entry to show the profile path:

[Profile Lock File *]
LangSecRef=3026
Detect1=HKCU\Software\ArtistScope\ArtisBrowser
Detect2=HKLM\Software\ComodoGroup\IceDragon
Detect3=HKLM\Software\FlashPeak\SlimBrowser
Detect4=HKCU\Software\LibreWolf
Detect5=HKLM\Software\Mozilla\Basilisk
Detect6=HKLM\Software\Mozilla\Pale Moon
Detect7=HKLM\Software\Mozilla\SeaMonkey
Detect8=HKLM\Software\Mozilla\Waterfox
DetectFile=%AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox
FileKey1=%AppData%\ArtistScope\ArtisBrowser\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey2=%AppData%\Comodo\IceDragon\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey3=%AppData%\FlashPeak\SlimBrowser\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey4=%AppData%\LibreWolf\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey5=%AppData%\Moonchild Productions\Basilisk\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey6=%AppData%\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey7=%AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey8=%AppData%\Mozilla\SeaMonkey\Profiles\*|parent.lock
FileKey9=%AppData%\Waterfox\Profiles\*|parent.lock

The file paths used are similar to Firefox:

=%AppData%\LibreWolf\Profiles\*

=%LocalAppData%\LibreWolf\Profiles\*

=%ProgramFiles%\LibreWolf

Where \LibreWolf\ replaces \Mozilla\Firefox\ in the profile folders.

Thank you.

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7 hours ago, PICPro said:

I think it is a good idea to remove the .url files to be thorough, but so far I haven't found a computer with url files here. Is it something that started in Windows 10 or what are the conditions that cause the creation of a .url file in this location?

That happened on my Acer OEM Win10 Home install. I suspect without any proof whatsoever that it may have been generated either by Internet Explorer or the original Edge browser. I can't imagine Firefox or SRWare Iron doing that.

Everything in there was old though from 2018 and 2019, but nothing newer. Some of it I recognized such as old software readme's in HTML I used to make and it had .URL links to those documents, and some where to actual websites I had visited, which was weird. It was over 500kb of those small bytes sized .URL files, so there was allot of them.

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Revised entry

Added: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage

[Internet Explorer *]
LangSecRef=3001
Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer
FileKey1=%AppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\UserData|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer|*.log;*.txt|RECURSE
FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\CacheStorage|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey4=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\AppCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\IECompat*Cache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey6=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey7=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\INetCookies|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey8=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey9=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache.old|*.*|REMOVESELF
FileKey10=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\AppCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey11=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\IECompat*Cache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey12=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\IEDownloadHistory|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey13=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\INet*|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey14=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\Microsoft\CLR_v4.0\UsageLogs|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey15=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\Microsoft\CryptnetUrlCache\*|*.*
FileKey16=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStore|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey17=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Emie*List|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey18=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\PRICache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey19=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\AC\Temp|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey20=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\LocalState\Cache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey21=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\LocalState\navigationHistory|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey22=%LocalAppData%\Packages\windows_ie_ac_*\TempState|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey23=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService*\Cookies|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey24=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService*\Local Settings\History|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey25=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService*\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey26=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService*\Cookies|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey27=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService*\Local Settings\History|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey28=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService*\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey29=%WinDir%\ServiceProfiles\*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey30=%WinDir%\ServiceProfiles\*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey31=%WinDir%\ServiceProfiles\*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCookies|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey32=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey33=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey34=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCookies|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey35=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey36=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\Cookies|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey37=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\History|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey38=%WinDir%\System32\config\systemprofile\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey39=%WinDir%\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey40=%WinDir%\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey41=%WinDir%\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCookies|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey42=%WinDir%\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache|*.*|RECURSE
RegKey1=HKCU\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AppContainer\Storage\windows_ie_ac_001\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage
RegKey2=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage
RegKey3=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\LowRegistry\DOMStorage
RegKey4=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Recovery\PendingDelete
RegKey5=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Ext\Stats
RegKey6=HKU\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Explorer Bars\{C4EE31F3-4768-11D2-BE5C-00A0C9A83DA1}\ContainingTextMRU
RegKey7=HKU\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Explorer Bars\{C4EE31F3-4768-11D2-BE5C-00A0C9A83DA1}\FilesNamedMRU
RegKey8=HKU\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs

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Thank you for the new and modified/revised entries.

Winapp2.ini update:
https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/commit/c30828be1e9710a20de8620f7b43225720d50c72

 

@siliconman01 Thank you for the kind words.

On 07/10/2021 at 14:03, siliconman01 said:

BTW is there a DetectOS=11 for Windows 11?

The following line works for Windows 11:

DetectOS=10.0.22000|
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Does anyone know where the memory/settings are stored in Microsoft Edge Chromium for it to display a popup when looking at a previously opened PDF document "start where you left off", or something similarly worded along those lines. I don't know if it's the browser or Windows that stores the settings for it to remember where I left off in a PDF, however I don't remember it ever happening before with the original Edge or in earlier versions of Edge Chromium.

I'd personally like to be able to make it forget, i.e.; clean that location via winapp2.ini.

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Edit:
I found this, but it doesn't make it forget the page, etc., in a PDF document so it's storing the setting for that elsewhere. It however does list the PDF document file name in the "Session_#################" file, so it's possibly a privacy risk.

[Edge Sessions *]
LangSecRef=3006
DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Edge*
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Edge\User Data\Default\Sessions\|Session_*

Edited by Andavari
Referenced a winapp2.ini entry that either doesn't exist anymore or never existed.
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11 hours ago, Andavari said:

Does anyone know where the memory/settings are stored in Microsoft Edge Chromium for it to display a popup when looking at a previously opened PDF document "start where you left off", or something similarly worded along those lines. ...

... FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Edge\User Data\Default\Sessions\|Session_*

Edge stores this information in its own database. The following entry deletes this database:

[Edge PDF Database *]
LangSecRef=3006
DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Edge*
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Edge*\User Data\*\Pdf|pdfSQLite

I tested it with a locally saved PDF. After deleting the database, the PDF opens again with page 1.

The "Session_*" files are already deleted by CCleaner's built-in [Edge Chromium - Session] entry:ccecs.jpg.9ab1c4318cbb41e1c9200d250f02f07c.jpg

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