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[Cook'n Recipe Organizer (Backups)*]
LangSecRef=3021
Detect=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Cook'n
DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\DVO\Cook'n10App\Cook'n.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%Documents%\Cook'n10\Workspace\data|download
FileKey2=%Documents%\Cook'n10\Workspace\data|dvodb.backup
FileKey3=%Documents%\Cook'n10\Workspace\update|update.zip
FileKey4=%Documents%\Cook'n Backups|*.ckn

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Making a note here, made these per request of a user of a different forum.

 

[Midori - Cache*]

LangSecRef=3022

Detect1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\midori

Detect2=HKLM\Software\Midori

Default=False

FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Midori|*.*|RECURSE

 

[Midori - Cookies*]

LangSecRef=3022

Detect1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\midori

Detect2=HKLM\Software\Midori

Default=False

FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Midori|cookies.db

 

[Midori - History*]

LangSecRef=3022

Detect1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\midori

Detect2=HKLM\Software\Midori

Default=False

FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Midori|history.*

 

[Midori - Session*]

LangSecRef=3022

Detect1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\midori

Detect2=HKLM\Software\Midori

Default=False

FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Midori|session.xbel

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This also applies to IE 11. Changed name from [internet Explorer 10*] to [internet Explorer 10/11*]

 

[internet Explorer 10/11*]

LangSecRef=3022

DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache

Default=False

FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\SmartScreen|*.tmp

FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Vault\*|*.vcrd

FileKey3=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\AppCache|*.*|RECURSE

FileKey4=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache|*.*|RECURSE

FileKey5=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache.old|*.*|REMOVESELF

FileKey6=%LocalLowAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\AppCache|*.*|RECURSE

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Updated, added FileKey2:

[Cook'n Recipe Organizer (Logs)*]
LangSecRef=3021
Detect=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Cook'n
DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\DVO\Cook'n10App\Cook'n.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%Documents%\Cook'n10|*.log|RECURSE
FileKey2=%LocalAppData%\DVO\Cook'n10App|*.log|RECURSE

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New Entry

 

[http Error Logs*]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows
Default=False
FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\HTTPERR|*.*

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Please remove the entry listed below, The files in those locations are locked and when CCleaner try to wipe the files it crashes Explorer.exe. It also removes all the Metro apps from the Windows 8 start screen temporarily.

 

If someone has this issue, open the Desktop and run CCleaner once again (disable the entry listed below before you run CCleaner), then Sign out and log in back to the user account. The Start screen will come back with all the Metro apps.

 

[Windows Search Cache*]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows
Default=False
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Caches|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Caches|*.*|RECURSE

 

Also the FileKey1 should be removed from the entry listed below. It is a locked file and CCleaner can't wipe it.

 

[MS Search More*]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows
Default=False
FileKey1=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows|Windows.edb
FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows\GatherLogs\SystemIndex|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey3=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows\Projects\SystemIndex\PropMap|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey4=%CommonAppData%\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows\Projects\SystemIndex\SecStore|*.*|RECURSE

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[http Error Logs*]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows
Default=False
FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\HTTPERR|*.*

saad is everything in that folder logs? Can somebody (including saad) running iis confirm that *.* ought to be used here?

 

 

(your double post caught me off guard ;) )

Edited by Nergal

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saad is everything in that folder logs? Can somebody (including saad) running iis confirm that *.* ought to be used here?

 

 

(your double post caught me off guard ;) )

Just a log file. We can change it to:

FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\HTTPERR|*.log

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cool cool

 

Just a log file. We can change it to:

FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\HTTPERR|*.log

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Are those files locked in safemode?

 

[MS Search More*] works fine in the Safe Mode but, same issue with [Windows Search Cache*] even in the Safe Mode. I suggest that this entry should be removed from the Winapp2.

Edited by saad2011

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Updated, added support for InstallShield 2013 (a.k.a v20.0)

 

[installShield Professional*]
LangSecRef=3021
Detect=HKCU\Software\InstallShield
Default=True
RegKey1=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\16.0\Professional\Recent File List
RegKey2=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\17.0\Professional\Recent File List
RegKey3=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\18.0\Professional\Recent File List
RegKey4=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\19.0\Professional\Recent File List
RegKey5=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\20.0\Professional\Recent File List
RegKey6=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\InstallShield Cabinet and Log File Viewer\Recent File List
RegKey7=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\InstallShield Professional\6.0\IsCabVu|MRU1
RegKey8=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\InstallShield Professional\6.0\IsCabVu|MRU2
RegKey9=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\InstallShield Professional\6.0\IsCabVu|MRU3
RegKey10=HKCU\Software\InstallShield\InstallShield Professional\6.0\IsCabVu|MRU4

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Thanks for the update! The md5 checksum seems to be wrong. I get following checksum: 302d56a95989b95df84e1ef63f47d0c9.

 

Missed posts:

#3205 [Pando Cache*]

#3239 [LifeCam*]

 

Sorry for the delay, but I was on vacation. B)

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BitTorrent has started caching old exe's with every update so here's an entry to clean them up:

[*BitTorrent Updates Cache]
LangSecRef=3022
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\BitTorrent\BitTorrent.exe
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles(x86)%\BitTorrent\BitTorrent.exe
Default=True
FileKey1=%appdata%\BitTorrent\Updates|*.*

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Hey guys. I had a discussion by mail with Ward recently and he advised me to visit this forum. So topic is different folder for scanning. His statement:

 

I think the paths thing has come up more than once on the forums and generally the response has been that the hard paths aren't going away. They made some exceptions for browsers, allowing you to do a CustomPath for browsers that are forks of major ones (think - palemoon before it was supported, you'd use a custom path pointing to %LocalAppData%\Moonchild Productions\ etc)

 

So i know there is the possibility to make hard links - that works but as i wrote to him:

- it would take a lot of time to check all entries - if i have them (well i have entries that are detected with CCleaner cause registry based -but where no FileKey would ever be found-, yet i won't see any entry starting with "DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\" so i would have to check all 1,505 entries, yet not truly as i can search for that phrase) and create symbolic links for them - further i would need to:

° Check on every winapp2 update if new entries exist that link to a wrong folder.

° Check on every new program i install if an entry with wrong linked folder exists.

- it would ruin my clean folder management

 

I also did a bit of searching here, therefore usefull links: #1, #2, #3. So CustomLocations might be an option too, but first off i am unsure if works for s.t. else then Browser? And 2nd it doesn't work, if i set f.e. "CustomLocation1=FIREFOX|D:\FirefoxPortable\Data\profile" it still doesn't find it's traces. And 3rd if you set it on several application-groups for several folders it slows down scanning.

 

Anyway/Additional i talked about other options i could think off:

I currently think of 2 ways:

- CCleaner change so that you can add "general additional folders to search" meaning instead of %ProgramFiles% CCleaner also searches in these folders (probably for every entry every time).

- Or a batch file that: asks for folders to search additionally, checks if a folder-entry exists according to winapp2, if not searches on additional folders and if they exist there, change the path.

 

The batch-way would be for sure the cleaner solution resulting in a faster scan. I also thought it could be added into the current trim batch but after finding out it is based on ccleaner.ini entries and that is created after detection (so you would miss undetected entries) it would be nearly useless. So i may ask what you find of that idea/such a bat? May even some of the "resident batch masters" could create one?

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Does anyone know where these locations are on Win 2003 Enterprise i.e. recently searched + recently opened folders (they are still visible in the address bar of a folder), how can I locate this? I've tried finding their locations but cannot and it seems to me they aren't the same as the XP and Win7 locations?

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Does anyone know where these locations are on Win 2003 Enterprise i.e. recently searched + recently opened folders (they are still visible in the address bar of a folder), how can I locate this? I've tried finding their locations but cannot and it seems to me they aren't the same as the XP and Win7 locations?

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Is there a Winapp2.ini for the Mac version?

 

No. As far as I'm aware, there's no support for it on the Mac version.

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I strongly recommend that the entry Windows SCM Logs* be removed from WinApp2.ini because it causes the Event ID 114 failure in the system Task Scheduler as described above.

 

[Windows SCM Logs*]
LangSecRef=3025
Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows
Default=False
FileKey1=%WinDir%\System32\LogFiles\Scm|*.*

 

Removing SCM logs (Reliability and Performance Monitor) is completely safe.

http://www.geoffchappell.com/studies/windows/win32/services/scm/events/wpp.htm

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completely safe

subjective statement. feel free to keep it in your winapp2 file. it's been shown in the referenced posts to cause issue. Since your linked article didn't seem to, on cursory viewing and page text search, mention the afore mentioned event 114, I can not see how it refutes the bug reported; thus I do not, personally, see cause to re-include this into the template.

Edited by Nergal
grammerz

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The entires for Macecraft's jv16 powertools are missing from winapp2.ini -

 

These entries?

 

[jv16 PowerTools 2011 Backup Files*]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2011\jv16PT.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2011\Backups|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2011\Settings|UserActionLog.txt
ExcludeKey1=FILE|%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2011\Backups\License.xbin_backup

[jv16 PowerTools 2012 Backup Files*]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2012\jv16PT.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2012\Backups|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2012\Settings|UserActionLog.txt
ExcludeKey1=FILE|%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2012\Backups\License.xbin_backup

[jv16 PowerTools 2013 Backup Files*]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2013\jv16PT.exe
Default=False
FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2013\Backups|*.*|RECURSE
FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2013\Settings|UserActionLog.txt
ExcludeKey1=FILE|%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2013\Backups\License.xbin_backup

[jv16 PowerTools Registry Compact Backups*]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile1=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2009\jv16PT.exe
DetectFile2=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2010\jv16PT.exe
DetectFile3=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2011\jv16PT.exe
DetectFile4=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2012\jv16PT.exe
DetectFile5=%ProgramFiles%\jv16 PowerTools 2013\jv16PT.exe
Default=False
Warning=This removes the registry hive backup files generated by jv16 PowerTools during a registry compaction.  These files are not needed once the compaction is successfully completed.  They can be safely deleted.   NOTE that the system must be rebooted following a registry compaction completion in order for jv16 to release these files for deletion.
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows|UsrClass.dat.jv16pt*
FileKey2=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt*
FileKey3=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt*
FileKey4=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\NetworkService.NT*|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt*
FileKey5=%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\LocalService.NT*|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt*
FileKey6=%UserProfile%|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt*
FileKey7=%WinDir%\system32\config|Default.jv16pt*;software.jv16pt*;system.jv16pt*;SAM.jv16pt*;COMPONENTS.jv16pt*
FileKey8=%WinDir%\ServiceProfiles\LocalService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt*
FileKey9=%WinDir%\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService|NTUSER.DAT.jv16pt*

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Does it make sense to delete a program's License, Readme and WhatsNew files?

I know from past experience deleting license.txt files can break some programs (admittedly only happened to me once but I've left them alone ever since). I have added the readmes from some regularly updated programs to my custom files list. Saves virtually no space but just one of those things I added whilst adding their language files.

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