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mxz55

clean the windows shader cache

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I suggest CCleaner to support cleaning of the Windows shader cache.

It is located at C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\D3DSCache\ and Windows Disk Cleanup has supported it for ages, so then why not also CCleaner? I am successfully using it as 'include' custom cleanup rule for a long time.

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Again, as per your other question, I think that you will find this is already included in winapp2.

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