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ineuw
25 May 2019, 07:04

Cannot remove Windows update logs because of some error in the script. This is repeated each time I tried, but Bleachbit removed it without any problems.

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Belim (Admin)
25 May 2019, 08:54

Hi,

please try this updated one
https://github.com/Mirinsoft/CleanmgrPlus/blob/master/scripts/Windows.old.csc

Regards

Janus
20 May 2019, 15:14

I love this app, found it today, but have some trouble with it.
The included #Rules.txt has an error in it:

File1=RunCommand|netsh advfirewall export $AppBackupPath$\WindowsFirewallSettings.wfw" '//Execute command-line netsh advfirewall and exports the Windows

$AppBackupPath$ has to be $AppClonePath$

also this and maybe other variables dont work when there is an "=" before it

Example:
File1=RunCommand|netsh wlan export profile key=clear folder=$AppClonePath$

And a request....
can you change "[Files]" in [Import] and [Export] that way we can run different commands for import and export settings.

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Belim (Admin)
30 May 2019, 15:13

Hi Janus,

thank you very much for your comment and suggestions.
Maybe i'll get back to you, when I start working on the upcoming version.

All the best from Germany
Belim

Janus
20 May 2019, 15:49

Or maybe better [Backup] and [Restore] like the program

Example:

[Backup]
File1=RunCommand|netsh wlan export profile key=clear folder=$AppClonePath$

[Restore]
File1=RunCommand|for /f "delims=|" %f in ('dir /b "$AppClonePath$"') do netsh wlan add profile filename="$AppClonePath$\%f" user=current

p2r
08 May 2019, 20:15

Hi, I just discovered this nice little piece of very useful software CloneApp. Really good job !

I tried to create new plug-ins, but these applications are not recognised as "installed".
Did I do something wrong in the .plg configuration files ?

Example for sTabLauncher :
[Info]
Title=sTabLauncher
Description=Backup sTabLauncher Configuration et Onglets
Author=p2r
AuthorURL=

[Files]
File1=BackupFolder|%AppData%\Local\sTabLauncher

DosBox plug-in
 dosbox.plg
sTabLauncher plug-in
 stablauncher.plg
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p2r
18 May 2019, 09:23

Thanks a lot, Belim.
Works perfect ! :)

Belim (Admin)
18 May 2019, 09:00

Hi,

please use for DosBox the BackupKey
File1=BackupFolder|%LocalAppData%\DOSBox
instead of %AppData%\Local\DOSBox

Do the same for sTabLauncher. The directory %AppData%\Local\ doesn't exist
By using the variable %AppData% you will get AppData\Roaming
and by using %LocalAppData% you get AppData\Local

Regards
Belim

Aaron Dewes
03 May 2019, 06:18

BUG: If an imported script isn't at the last position of the list, it doesn't have the right description. (Cleanmgr+)

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Belim (Admin)
07 May 2019, 17:34

Hi Aaron,

unfortunately i couldn't reproduce this bug.

mruano
25 April 2019, 05:44

Trying to restore my Windows 10 settings in a new computer using CloneApp. It keeps asking me for the cloneapp2.ini file, I locate it, CloneApp opens it (apparently), then asks me for the file again which has now disappeared from the folder. I 'feed' CloneApp another copy of the cloneapp2.ini file and the loop starts again... Any suggestions, anybody? 

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Michael
05 May 2019, 08:29

I had the same issue. I saved the backup to an external drive e:\ . On the machine I wanted to restore the backup, the external drive had the letter d:\. So I needed to change the ClonePath in the cloneapp2.ini from e to d, but be careful after I clicked restore the cloneapp started instantly restoring apps even those which are not installed. I had no chance to deselect them and now my system is full of garbage.
In my opinion the cloneapp has some mayor flaws. Saving the absolute path instead of the relative makes not much sense and also restoring non existing applications or at least asking for confirmation is a no go.

Belim (Admin)
27 April 2019, 11:53

Hello,

are you using the latest CloneApp version? If you are trying to restore the Backup on a remote machine, with different Windows user (as with which the backup was made), please take a look at the following FAQ entry
https://www.getclone.app/faqs?faqid=8

Regards
Belim

Leon
27 April 2019, 11:34

Having the exact same issue, can someone help us out? There is obviously something wrong here on a very fundamental level...

UltraPrime
18 April 2019, 22:18

Excellent !!! Simply Excellent. Thanks For Cleanmgr+. It will definitely be my new go to application. I hope plugins with be added in the future for other major applications. It's good enough in my opinion to replace CCleaner on my system. 5 Stars all the way. I will be spreading the word about Cleanmgr+ .

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Belim (Admin)
20 April 2019, 23:23

Thank you very much for all your helo and encouraging and warm words.

Belim

Rich Kraemer
05 April 2019, 15:33

I have run some more test and it looks like now the program is NOT deleting the files in the download folder. I did not change any of the settings from the previous version. After have the problem, I deleted all the files from the Cleanmgr+ directory and started from scratch. Might be something to look at.

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Belim (Admin)
07 April 2019, 16:06

Hi Rich,

I'm glad it wasn't any more than that. Question!
Are you talking about the Downloaded Program files directory in the Windows root dir? or the Downloads directory in the User Profile?

Enjoy the rest of the weekend
Belim

Rich Kraemer
05 April 2019, 14:22

Careful with the new version, Cleanmgr+ V1.1.0.400. The application wipes out the "Download Program Files" even though the box is NOT checked.Sad

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Belim (Admin)
05 April 2019, 14:55

Hi,

are you maybe using the windata.ini (in \bin\ directory of Cleanmgr+) from the previous v1.0.4?

I've added the following notice to the changelog of v1.1
Please also use ONLY the latest windata.ini (in \bin\ directory) shipped with this Version of Cleanmgr+. The windata.ini from older versions is NOT compatible with v1.1 of Cleanmgr+

Regards
Belim

Jorge
24 March 2019, 00:57

Hi! I would love it someone could clear this up for me: the "windows component store" option will delete the entire winsxs folder, rendering the windows installation pretty much useless. Why is this optin even present??? it can do great harm.
thanks.

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Belim (Admin)
07 April 2019, 16:15

Hi Jorge,

the size calculation and recommendation whether you should clean/resize the Windows Component Store is done by Windows and the command-line utility DISM.

If the Preview of "Windows Component Store" is telling you that a cleanup is not recommended, then you are on the safe side.

"the reported freeable space for the winsxs item in cleanmgr+ is exactly the size of the entire WinSxS folder". This would mean, that a cleanup has already been done and could not been executed again even if you run it in Cleanmgr+.

Regards
Belim

Jorge
31 March 2019, 23:32

Hi! Thanks for the reply.
Where did i get it? easy, after analyzing to see how much space I could free, the reported freeable space for the winsxs item in cleanmgr+ is exactly the size of the entire WinSxS folder, which means that cleanmgr+ would delete the whole folder...

Belim (Admin)
31 March 2019, 00:48

Hi Jorge,

sry, for the late reply, but this isn't always a full-time job for me.

Where do you have this Info "windows component store" option will delete the entire winsxs folder?
This isn't an information provided by Cleanmgr+.

In short, Winsxs, which stands for ‘Windows Side By Side’, is Windows native assembly cache. Libraries which are being by multiple applications are stored there. The WinSxS folder, stores multiple copies of dll, exe and other system files in order to let multiple applications run in Windows without any compatibility problem.

Cleanmgr+ does NOT delete this folder (this is NOT possible!) Therefore is uses a command line option for DISM.exe, /AnalyzeComponentStore and /StartComponentCleanup . Running this command, will analyze the WinSxS folder and tell you whether a Component Store Cleanup is recommended or not.

I hope this helps at least a little bit.

Kind regards from Germany
Belim

Jorge
30 March 2019, 03:51

Thanks for ignoring me completely.

0.NRG
19 March 2019, 16:19

Hi, Belim.

I just noticed that if you close Cleanmgr+ and  launch it again that the +more items are remembered.  That makes the situation better.  So, apparently, once you run the "Check installed scripts" under the +, the ones that are found are remembered unless/until you run the "Check installed scripts" again.  That is good.

Initially, how to get the +more items to have the "space to gain" calculated is still not intuitive.  That is still a hurdle I think you need to address.

Maybe the option under the + should say:

   "Check which +more scripts are installed"

    or 

   "Check which +more scripts your Windows account is using"


See my message below for other thoughts.

-0.NRG

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