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  1. I tried adding the exclude rules, but they are not working.

     

    ExcludeKey1=FILE|%LocalAppData%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_*\AC\INetCache|container.dat

    ExcludeKey2=FILE|%LocalAppData%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_*\AC\INetHistory\BackgroundTransferApi|container.dat

     

    You just forgot to add a backslash at the end of the path:

     

    ExcludeKey1=FILE|%LocalAppData%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_*\AC\INetCache\|container.dat

    ExcludeKey2=FILE|%LocalAppData%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_*\AC\INetHistory\BackgroundTransferApi\|container.dat

     

    Alternative:

    ExcludeKey1=FILE|%LocalAppData%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_*\AC\INetCache\container.dat

    ExcludeKey2=FILE|%LocalAppData%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_*\AC\INetHistory\BackgroundTransferApi\container.dat

     

    #4274


  2. Duplicate entry:

    [Yahoo! Messenger Desktop App Cache*]
    LangSecRef=3022
    Detect=HKCU\Software\Yahoo\Messenger
    DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\yahoomessenger
    Default=False
    FileKey1=%AppData%\Yahoo Messenger\Cache|*.*
    
    LangSecRef=3022
    Detect=HKCU\Software\Yahoo\Messenger
    DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\yahoomessenger
    Default=False
    FileKey1=%AppData%\Yahoo Messenger\Cache|*.*
    

    Edit: A similar diction of the name "Yahoo" would be nice. (All "Yahoo" or all "Yahoo!" ?)


  3. The entry listed below should be removed. It has nothing to do with QuickLaunch.

    https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Going+Deep/RADAR-Windows-Automatic-Memory-Leak-Detection

    [QuickLaunch DiagnosedApplications*]...

     

    What about just renaming? Something like: [Windows Memory Leak Detection*]. (BTW it is your entry. But it seems that a name typo has happened. #2105)

     

    The entries listed below should be removed. Why someone needs to remove QuickLaunch shortcuts?

    [QuickLaunch ImplicitAppShortcuts*]...

    [QuickLaunch*]...

     

    Because since Windows 7 there is no really use for them. I never had any problems with these two entries. They don't delete the only important subfolder "TaskBar" and they both show warnings. (And for Windows 8 you suggested the second entry also. #2401)


  4. The fixed for OpenOffice was tested on mine and Andrew's system, and it worked on both.

     

    By the way, do you use some kind of tool that counts the number of entries or do you count them yourself?

    Ok, thank you for the clarification.

     

    I use the search function of Notepad++ with a regular expression:

    - Find/count entries: ^\[[^\*]*\*\]

    - Find entries without asterisk: ^\[[^\*]*\]

     

    But you can also use "trim.bat" to count the entries.


  5. Some small fixes:
    Winapp2.ini: "# of entries" should be 2,571.
    Non-CCleaner / Winapp2.ini: "# of entries:" should be 2,571 + 51.
     
    And does the last fix work? > FileKey1=%UserProfile%\Desktop|OpenOffice.org * Installation Files|RECURSE
    Shouldn't it be? > FileKey1=%UserProfile%\Desktop\OpenOffice.org * Installation Files|*.*|REMOVESELF


  6.  

    Thanks for the fast updates!

     

    Some small fixes:

    - Winapp2.ini: "# of entries" should stay 2,569 (one new entry but also one removed).

    - Non-CCleaner / Removed entries: [Memory Dumps] has no asterisk (*) and "# of removed entries" should be 51.

    - Non-CCleaner / Winapp2.ini: [Memory Dumps] has no asterisk (*) and "# of entries:" should be 2,569 + 51.


  7. When downloading from https://raw.githubusercontent.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/master/Winapp2.ini it opens in Notepad (Windows 7 Home) there are no line breaks and is in UTF-8 format.  Can it be put in ANSI format with lne breaks please?

     

    2 workarounds: You can open the Winapp2.ini file directly in the browser and then copy and paste the whole content into a previous Winapp2.ini file (with Win/ANSI format) or you can use "Notepad++" to quickly convert the downloaded Winapp2.ini file (Encoding > Convert to ANSI, Edit > EOL Conversion > Convert to Windows Format).

     

    But there should be an alternative download with Win/ANSI format because CCleaner doesn't like the UTF-8 format (Post #5665 to #5667). Maybe as a compressed file so GitHub can't change the format anymore.


  8. Try using the direct link: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/master/Winapp2.ini

     

    You may find it easier to copy/paste the page content over an existing instance of winapp2.ini. I will try to keep the one on Winapp2.com updated as a fallback if there's no reasonable fix through GitHub for this issue

    Unfortunately downloading using the direct link does not help. But Copy & Paste works flawless.

     

    I prefer using "Notepad++" to convert the downloaded file (Encoding > Convert to ANSI, Edit > EOL Conversion > Convert to Windows Format).


  9. Thanks for the update!

     

    Typo: [360 Browser - Cache*] - FileKey3 has no equality sign (=).

     

    The new file has UNIX + UTF-8 format which causes some problems: Windows Notepad does not recognize the UNIX line breaks. And CCleaner does not like UTF-8 because special chars are displayed wrong (for example: "Dr. Despicable’s Dastardly Deeds*" is shown as "Dr. Despicable’s Dastardly Deeds*"). I think this will affect Detect/FileKey/RegKey also, therefore the file should be DOS/Win + ANSI format.


  10. Why the "|" for the DetectOSs?

     

    Usually DetectOS works as follows: DetectOS=from|to

     

    For example: DetectOS=6.0|6.3 detects Windows versions from Vista to 8.1.

     

    If you leave the "from" side blank it includes all previous versions. If you leave the "to" side blank it includes all subsequent versions.

     

    For example: DetectOS=|6.0 detects all Windows versions from XP to Vista. And DetectOS=6.0| detects all Windows versions from Vista to 10.

     

    If you omit the pipe symbol "|" (e.g. DetectOS=6.0) it should be the same like leaving the "to" side blank (e.g. DetectOS=6.0|).

     

    The only strange thing is that DetectOS apparently doesn't work correctly in Windows 10 (see previous posts). Maybe this will be fixed in a future CC release.


  11. Thanks for the update!
     
    Missed posts:
    #5188 [Log Files More*]
    #5190 [QupZilla Portable (Cookies)*]
    #5226
    #5255
    #5258
    #5279
    #5287
    #5304
    #5312

    Problems / Typos:

    - Old entry [Acrobat Reader DC*] not removed. ([Adobe Reader DC More*] is the new one.)

    - 2 entries with the name [Cortana*] (one Windows 8, one Windows 10).
    - 2 entries with the name [store*] (one Windows 8, one Windows 10).
    - Comment "- Registry Backups Removal" below [Auslogics Registry Cleaner*].

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