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Revo Uninstaller/ Junk file cleaner.


muddypaws
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I have been using the uninstaller for many years, but have just run the included 'Junk Files Cleaner'.

Never gone further than the uninstall option before, but the scan has come up with 800 mbs of entries which are all ticked.

Has anyone used this option and just 'deleted' the lot as one does with the uninstall list?

I use Eusing reg Cleaner and CCleaner regularly, but there seems to be an awful lot of items in the junk list.

The reason behind the question is that I d/loaded Sandbox a couple of days ago, and used Revo to uninstall on level 5

and unusually

there are a lot of entries remaining.

I used 'Unlocker' to get rid of a few locked ones but still some left that are listed in the

Junk scan.

And see link for a section of it. Junk files

For instance what are the Flight Sim .db files for. Are they needed.

I have a clone Q drive so might be wise to uncheck the 'Q' entries I suppose

Thanks.

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rdave13

I did do a couple of circuits at Gatwick in a VC10 in FS. Landings were a bit bumpy! (:-0 .

Never had any probs with Revo.

Will resolve--until it all goes to pot!

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