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Registry cleaning bug with 5.1.4.504

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I updated to the new version today and immediately noticed a bug with the registry cleaner.  When it scans for errors it only scans the top item in the list, see attached screen shot.  When it scans via the system check-up it does seem to scan the entire registry.  Note in the pic how only the top item has a green checkmark, none of the others do.

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No problems here: I'm using W10 std x64 (updated) and Wise Care 365 5.1.5.505 (portable).

 

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Instead I found this (registry cleaner): the tooltip is shown only for the first part  (version) in firewall settings.

In advanced cleaner, it says "Congratulations! Your computer is clean.", but instead there are files to be removed.

The type column shows Italian strings instead of English ones (I changed from Italian to English, previously).

The tooltips of the type column show the first part in Italian, the second one in English "(This item can be deleted safely).".

The tooltip suggestion for "User define" is "unknown", but I can't find its string, therefore I can't translate it.

If I change the language after the scan, all strings remain in previous language.

 

In system monitor, hardware overview, the mainboard shows "AsRockFM2A88M Pro3+(         )": AsRock should be separated from FM2A88M, the first parenthesis should be separated from Pro3+, inside the parenthesis there should be something (or it shouldn't show the parenthesis).

It would be nice to have the possibility to copy the strings directly in the program.

 

In system monitor, hardware overview, processor, temperature shows about 10°C: could it be you forgot to add 32, hence 42°C (for the conversion from °F to °C)? The same is valid for the graphic card (embedded in my processor). The hard drive temperature says 31°C. Could it be 63°C ?

 

In system monitor, hardware overview, memory: my MB (AsRock FM2A88M Pro3+) has got four memory slots. Three are occupied, one is free. Three are shown, one is not. I think the empty slot should be shown. Near each memory slot, it says "DIMM 0" or "DIMM 1": the information about channels A and B is unavailable.

 

In themes: thanksgiving-2016 is not downloadable and the luminosity bar is inverted. Moving the slider to the right should increase the luminosity (instead it decreases), moving it to the left should decrease the luminosity (instead it increases)...

 

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32 minutes ago, RCNoCC said:

This appears fixed in the latest version, can close now

 

Not here: WRC8 found 73 problems in 57sec (the second time, 41sec), WCare365 found 3 problems in 1m17sec (the second time, 1m10sec).

WRC9 found 178 problems in 1m6sec (105 MRU lists more than WRC8).

 

All portable versions, with same settings, exclusions and PC.

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On ‎10‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 7:29 AM, wisecleaner_admin said:

@xilolee

Please try wise care 365 v5.18, we improved registry cleaner.

wrc 9.6.5.631 vs Wcare365 5.1.8.509 vs wrc 8.83.563 (all with deep scan)

113 vs 3 vs 70 (with same exclusions)

 

3 soft. paths vs 2 vs 3
0 app paths vs 0 vs 1
1 file types vs 1 vs 1
73 mru vs 0 vs 24
0 uninstaller vs 0 vs 5
36 mui vs 0 vs 36

1m6s vs 1m8s vs 40s


181 vs 69 vs 136 (without exclusions)

 

4 activex vs 4 vs 0
8 soft. paths vs 5
0 app paths vs 0 vs 1
1 file types vs 1
73 mru vs 0 vs 24
0 uninstaller vs 0 vs 5
59 empty k. vs 59 vs 59
36 mui vs 0 vs 38

52s vs 55s vs 26s

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On ‎10‎/‎18‎/‎2018 at 7:22 AM, wisecleaner_admin said:

@xilolee

I see. In your system, WRC X and Wise Care 365 v5 skipped some registry items. 

We cannot reproduce this issue. 

Can I connect to your system to check it?

When I exclude software paths, they find the same items.

Does this help?

This problem started in the transition from WRC9 to WRCX.

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