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?
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+ .
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.
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.
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"
"Check which +more scripts your Windows account is using"
Thank you for the message. I was able to get Cleanmgr+ to calculate the "space to gain" for those +more items. ;-)
As you know, this probably isn't intuitive or easy to figure out. What you have currently works, but I wouldn't necessarily expect most users to figure out how to have Cleanmgr+ calculate the "space to gain" for the +more items.
For the items under the Disk Cleanup tab, the "space to gain" is calculated automatically if you click on the ____ link after gain >. So, it makes sense that if you go to the +more tab and click the ____ link after gain >, then Cleanmgr+ would calculate the "space to gain" for the +more items.
Also, if "space to gain" has been calculated for the Disk Cleanup tab or the +more items already while Cleanmgr+ is open, then it would be nice if those results were remembered despite switching between the Disk Cleanup tab and the +more tab. Currently, I can calculate "space to gain" for the Disk Cleanup tab and then for the +more items, but then if I go back to the Disk Cleanup tab, the "space to gain" results are gone and I have to calculate them again.
Some users might leave Cleanmgr+ open for an hour or two or even longer. In those cases, perhaps the "space to gain" results should be re-calculated. However, it would be nice if the results were remembered for each tab for at least for a few minutes or until the ____ link after gain > is clicked again. If you update Cleanmgr+ so that the +more items can also be calculated manually using the ____ link after gain >, then it would be no big deal for a user to re-calcuate "space to gain" for the Disk Cleanup or +more items if they wanted to. But, the user might prefer the results to be remembered if/when switching between tabs.
Thank you for all of your work and effort on Cleanmgr+. ;-)