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  1. Yes, Zoeff50 ... those are SPAM. Unfortunately you'll see them a lot here. Just like if you check your Notifications, there'll be a gazillion LIKES ... many of them even being on way old comments / threads that don't even have any business being LIKED anymore. I just delete all those e-mails of that type and all those likes. If you notice, all those LIKES will be from usernames who don't even participate in the actual technical commentary in the threads.
  2. Ohhh, so let me see if I understand correctly. Combined with what WiseCleaner Admin said in comment #6 ... the 7.25 Meg download file size over at the Download Center is NOT the actual entirety of the app? It's just a stub installer? If so ... Wooooooo! I wouldn't be able to download that with my Dial Up Internet. I'd have to wait until I have access to the High Speed Internet of one of my siblings, which I do periodically.
  3. Thanks for the info. I have Windows XP, so for right now I guess I cannot try it out. I'll keep an eye out for IF and when it does work on Windows XP.
  4. I want to get an idea of what category of app this is. Is this supposed to be sort of like a standalone anti-virus like say - avast? Or can it supposedly be used alongside of avast or any Anti-Virus? Or is it more of something like Malwarebytes' MB3 that IS promoted / touted as a standalone all inclusive anti-malware product whereby you supposedly do NOT need an anti-virus? Or is it more of something like Malwarebytes' AdwCleaner and JRT (Junk Removal Tool) whereby you would still need an anti-virus? Is it a real time app or just on demand? Is it an app that will get DAILY virus definitions updates ... or more something like Malwarebytes' MB3 whereby there are only PERIODIC virus definitions updates? Does it work with ALL versions of Windows ... like including Windows XP?
  5. Kudos on squashing the Forbidden Errors as per my preliminary experience with the new version 2.52. Looking forward to seeing that certain problem mentioned in my e-mail neutralized as well. Exciting to see the progress with this project.
  6. Ssss SO, is the Wise Video Downloader project still active? As much as I wanted to have it be my Video Downloader of choice, especially because of its portability that allowed me to carry it in my PA.com platform in my Flash Drive ... I finally had to wave the white flag and put it on the backburner because I just kept encountering wayyy too many Forbidden Errors. When it works, it works great. I really like it then. However, with having to resort to trying the 2nd, 3rd or 4th options on 50% of the videos that I try to download before Wise Video Download WILL work ... it just kills the mood. Oh, and just in case the Wise Video Downloader project IS still active ... while you're at it, it'd be a very helpful great idea to incorporate a Video Download RESUME capability. Because for example: I have Dial Up Internet. Sometimes either the connection is lost or someone wants to use the phone when a download is still not finished and well ... without a RESUME capability, I have to start the download over. And with Dial Up, that can be an hour or hours lost just on one single video download.
  7. Since yesterday March 23rd, I see on Major Geeks that there is supposedly already a WRC 9.42.613 version out. However, at the Wise Download Center, the latest WRC version out is 9.41. Is the Wise Download Center behind or is Major Geeks wrong?
  8. Yeah, WiseCleaner_Admin ... you have a point. It's best to leave it be as is from the standpoint of keeping the footprint size down. When it comes down to it, realistically I'll really only use the Registry Cleaner and the Common Cleaner functions from Wise Care 365 on a super regular basis. I went ahead and let Wise Care 365 download and install Wise Force Deleter so that I can try it out the next time that I have a situation that requires it.
  9. Oh well, I guess we can't have everything. If that's the way it's gonna be, that's the way it's gonna be. I'll just have to still carry the standalone Wise Program Uninstaller in my PA.com platform in my Flash Drive. I also carry Wise Video Downloader, but of course, that's not exactly an app of the type that would ever be incorporated into Wise Care 365.
  10. The other day I decided to try the Program Uninstaller in the Utilities Sidebar over on the right of WC 365. I figured if it worked exactly as the standalone version, I'd naturally delete the standalone version from my PA.com platform in my Flash Drive as I would of course no longer need it. No use having the same app twice in my Flash Drive apps arsenal. Well, if I deciphered correctly what then happened ... I believe Program Uninstaller proceeded to be downloaded. I aborted the download because [A] I already have a Wise Program Uninstaller. I have Dial Up Internet and didn't expect to be downloading anything at that time. QUESTION #1: Do ALL of those "NEW" utilities in the Utilities Sidebar need to first be downloaded before being able to be used? QUESTION #2: Will these "NEW" utilities eventually be incorporated into Wise Care 365 in a future version? If so, how many versions from the current version? One? Two? You know ... so they wouldn't have to first be downloaded and installed. In other words, I'm hoping to get to the point to where Wise Care 365 covers ALL the bases and functions of ALL the current Wise standalone products that I use. I like to operate lean & mean. So the less standalone Wise apps that I'd have to have installed in my PA.com platform and have WC 365 cover all those functions ... the better. Especially given that right now I haven't even seen a portable version of Wise Force Deleter.
  11. Alrighty then. I have bookmarked that Wise Download Center page. Thanks, Xilo.
  12. I take it this is the correct, legit download page? http://www.wisecleaner.com/download.html If so, is it Wise servers? Or is it something like ..... cnet download? I've always heard bad things about cnet.
  13. @Xilo: Good information, Xilo. Confirming what you saw, I checked in the Wise Disk Cleaner folder in the PA.com platform in my Flash Drive and as can be seen in the attached image ... I concur that there's really virtually nothing in there that can be tweaked. It looks like the main application file there at the bottom left does pretty much most everything internally. What was throwing me off when I asked where to find %appdata%\Wise Disk Cleaner\ was that --- isn't that backwards? Shouldn't it have been \Wise Disk Cleaner\%appdata% or something along those lines? That's why I was, "I'm lost." Even the Windows Search function told me it didn't compute. Nevertheless, thanks for the info just the same.
  14. Oooooooo! I have solved the problem! Woo Hoo! Okay, first I decided I was going to try uninstalling my PortableApps.com WDC 9.41 and reinstalling it to see if that would fix the problem. Verdict? It did NOT fix the problem. I then decided I'd try downloading a NON-PortableApps.com WDC and installing that to see if maybe THAT would fix the problem. Immediately I realized at Softpedia that actually, there was already a WDC 9.43.659 version available. I installed that newer version of WDC and conducted my side by side faceoff experiment vs. Wise Care 365 again. Verdict? Eureka! Woo Hoo! YAY! That fixed the problem! That newer WDC 9.43.659 detected the same 852 Junk Files Created by Applications as Wise Care 365! Now, what I do NOT know is ... Did that WDC 9.43.659 from Softpedia detect those Junk Files because it is a newer version than my old WDC 9.41 from PortableApps.com? Or did it detect them because it was a NON-PortableApps.com version? As in was there possibly a bug in the PortableApps.com version?