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  1. Winapp2.ini additions

    I would prefer for the entry [MS Office Help Cache*] this Detect line: Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common\HelpViewer This one is 100% safe. Or maybe this: Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0 Because older versions of MS Office doesn't have the new HelpViewer.
  2. Winapp2.ini additions

    I'm not sure, but I think if you have more than one Detect line you have to use Detect1 and Detect2.
  3. Winapp2.ini additions

    Changed all my entries from DetectFile to Detect. Here are the new Detect lines:
  4. Winapp2.ini additions

    Following entries don't get detected using HKCU. Can you change them to HKLM, please? [ASP.NET*] LangSecRef=3025 Detect=HKCU\Software\MicroSoft\ASP.NET Default=False FileKey1=%WinDir%\Microsoft.net\Framework\*\Temporary ASP.NET Files|*.*|RECURSE FileKey2=%WinDir%\Microsoft.net\Framework64\*\Temporary ASP.NET Files|*.*|RECURSE [FileZilla Temps*] LangSecRef=3022 Detect=HKCU\Software\FileZilla Client Default=False FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\FileZilla FTP Client|*.tmp
  5. Winapp2.ini additions

    I think the entry "[Windows HOSTs Backup*]" is not necessary, because it is included already: [spybot Search and Destroy Hosts Backups*] LangSecRef=3024 DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Spybot - Search & Destroy Default=False FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\drivers\etc|hosts.*.backup I don't know any other program that makes those backup files ("hosts.yyyymmdd-nnnnnn.backup").
  6. Winapp2.ini additions

    Right, that's why the entry doesn't remove the folders and deletes the setup files only. If you remove the folders also, there will appear an error message or a repair installation (e.g. QuickTime).
  7. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thanks for testing! Or maybe this detection line? DetectFile=%LocalAppData%
  8. Winapp2.ini additions

    I could test this entry on a friends PC with Windows 7 (x64) and latest iTunes 10.5.3 (x64). We used CC with the entry and started iTunes again: Absolutely nothing happened, no error message or repair-installer appeared and no re-download of the installer started. I think the entry is safe.
  9. Winapp2.ini additions

    I would prefer the long names - just for better matching with the name of the built-in entry. Here are two more entries without an asterisk. Found thanks to the latest Trim_x.bat from Alan_B. We should change the LangSecRef of the following entry: Thanks!
  10. Thanks for the two patch lines. I changed the code to this... <%1 ( for /L %%b in (!LO!,1,!HI!) do ( set "LN=" & set /p "LN=" SET "HEAD=!LN!" & SET "TAIL=" & IF "!HEAD:~-1!"==" " SET /A SPC+=1 & CALL :DO_TAIL %%b if "!LN:~0,1!"=="[" SET /A OP+=1 & IF "!HEAD:~-2!" NEQ "*]" SET "HEAD=!HEAD:~0,-1!**]" ECHO(!HEAD! ) )> %2 ...and everything works fine. All the entries without an asterisk were found and fixed. Now this is really the ultimate tool for a perfect trimmed winapp2.ini! Could a moderator pin this useful thread please?
  11. Great, trim_9.bat works flawless with #_Exclude.txt. Now I have a perfect matching winapp2.ini with just a double click. Thank you very much. I have a suggestion for an additional "bad" entry check: Can you check if all entries of the original winapp2.ini have a trailing asterisk (*) in their names? Because without the asterisk the entry is ignored by trim.bat.
  12. Winapp2.ini additions

    Found a typo that causes a problem with trim.bat. The name of the following entry has no trailing asterisk (*). Can you rename these 2 entries, please?
  13. Winapp2.ini additions

    IMHO it is worth. Before I make a new disk image I'd like to have a clean system (without those 6 backup files per user account).
  14. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thanks for the update! Missed entry: New entries: And could a user of iTunes test the following entry, please? If iTunes doesn't want to download its installer again, we can add this entry to the winapp2.ini also.
  15. Winapp2.ini additions

    I can confirm this, now. Today I get a pop-up window with the "Customer Experience Improvement Program" and those files were generated. This is the modified entry:
  16. Winapp2.ini additions

    No, for this case "Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware" is correct, because the built-in entry of CC is written exactly like this. The program files folder is labeled "Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware" also. Edit: Big sorry, you are right! CCleaners entry is written "Malwarebytes Anti Malware" (also no hyphen "-"). Shame on me. And thanks for your good eyes. Ok, then the entries should be renamed from I will correct those typos in my post above.
  17. Winapp2.ini additions

    @ siliconman01 & Winapp2.ini: Thanks for your replies. Here are some more changes and new entries. The first 2 are just cosmetic changes. Can you rename them please? This is a new entry: The following entries are suggestions only. I'm not sure if they are good for all. I'm using a small SSD and therefore searched for unnecessary setup files. It would be great if other users could check and test them. Adobe Reader X: The only ill effect is that a repair installation doesn't work anymore. But the uninstaller still works. Citrix Web Client: No errors occurred. Uninstaller still works. JavaRE 7: No errors occurred. Uninstaller still works. Apple Installer: Changed this one a little bit. QuickTime shows no error after deletion. Uninstallers still work. Can somebody test it with latest iTunes please? DVBViewer: It's not possible to modify the installation anymore. Uninstaller still works. Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware: No errors occurred. Uninstaller still works. All entries are tested on Windows 7 x64. Edit: Correction of typos. Thanks to JDPower.
  18. Great, thank you very much for your support.
  19. Is it possible to include an option to exclude not needed entries? I think a user generated file (with "Notepad", labeled "exlude.txt") in the folder of "trim_x.bat" should be a possible way. Here an example for "exclude.txt": [Remote Desktop Connection More*] [Windows 7 MUICache*] [Windows 7 ShellBags*] I hope it is understandable what I mean. I just want to copy the names of the not needed entries to the file "exclude.txt" and then "trim_x.bat" doesn't copy them to the trimmed "winapp2.ini". So the new "winapp2.ini" gets even smaller. What do you think about it?
  20. Winapp2.ini additions

    Here is a little "cosmetic" change, because this was the only entry for Firefox using %ProgramFiles% for detection. The next entry has two detection lines. I think the first one (DetectFile) is enough because the entry gets detected regardless if the second one (Detect) matches or not. And I have a question about the following entry. Are you really sure this is for "MS Customer Experience Improvement Program"? Because the file "Custom.DIC" saves your own additions to the office dictionary (for the spell checker). And until now I didn't find a suspect file in the folder "UProof".
  21. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thanks! The only effect I recognize is that the help window needs a little bit longer to show up. But I use the help windows very rarely, so this doesn't bother me.
  22. Winapp2.ini additions

    I wrote some new entries (my first ones): [bookmark Backups*] LangSecRef=3026 DetectFile=%AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox Warning=This will delete all bookmark backups. Make sure to backup them manually. Default=False FileKey1=%AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*\bookmarkbackups|*.json [ElsterFormular*] LangSecRef=3021 DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\ElsterFormular Default=False FileKey1=%AppData%\elsterformular\eric\log|*.log FileKey2=%AppData%\elsterformular\eric\tmp|*.* FileKey3=%AppData%\elsterformular\pica\log|*.log FileKey4=%AppData%\elsterformular\pluginmanager\tmp|*.* FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\.elfohilfe|*.*|REMOVESELF [MS Office Help Cache*] LangSecRef=3021 DetectFile=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft Help Default=False FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft Help|*.* [brother Printer Debug Logs*] LangSecRef=3024 DetectFile=%CommonAppData%\Brother\BrLog Default=False FileKey1=%CommonAppData%\Brother\BrLog|*.log They work flawless on my system (Windows 7 x64). Maybe you can add these too: http://forum.pirifor...ndpost&p=208541
  23. Winapp2.ini additions

    Thanks for this very useful "winapp2.ini" file. I think a few entries need a warning message: [Remote Desktop Connection More*] Warning=This will reset all Remote Desktop Connection settings. [Windows 7 ShellBags*] and [Windows XP ShellBags*] Warning=This will delete window size, window position and view setting of all folders. Maybe you can include them in the next release.
  24. The "Trim_6" batch file works on my system flawless (Windows 7 x64 with UAC enabled). Thank you for the new version. The "mode" change is a good suggestion, the output looks much clearer. And I am very sorry that I am responsible for your evil UAC experience.
  25. Hi! I first thought that the latest "Trim_5" did not work on my system (Win7 x64). The same problem that was reported for "Trim_4" occurred: Once you hit ENTER, CCleaner launches and the script does not wait for you to run Analyze and close CCleaner. The causer was the "User Account Control". If I use "run as administrator" on "Trim_5.bat" everything works fine (because UAC does not pop-up anymore). Maybe you can add an advice that "run as administrator" is required. Thanks, Michael Edit: I was wrong, it only works if I open a "command prompt" as administrator and go to the folder using the "cd" command and then start "Trim_5.bat". Otherwise (using "run as administrator" directly on "Trim_5.bat") the winapp2.ini will not be found.
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