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    KNRover got a reaction from JoryikEn in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from JoryikEn in 1-Click icon does nothing   
    Although I've had Wise Registry Cleaner on my computer for about 3 years, I never noticed the "1-click" icon setting. It is supposed to allow you to click it and WRC runs in the background. Only one problem: It doesn't work. Reason I know it isn't working is because after clicking it (and tried double-clicking it, too), I open WRC and run a deep scan. That scan finds lots of safe-go-delete items, which it shouldn't because the 1-click should have already cleaned them out.
     
    I have the latest version (9.4.7.619). Is this a bug?
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    KNRover got a reaction from Anthonymag in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from AntonioLib in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from Aaronkew in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from AnthonyPoelf in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from FardahM in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from Jameseurox in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from TobacWab in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from FortopR in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from TelemahU in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from Sheilajaw in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from ThelmaBof in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from Megangob in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from Sylviafiply in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from GrandTournament in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from VictorRex in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from BorisSen in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from RobertPhesk in How prevent WRC from deleting Run commands   
    I have noticed for some time now that Run commands I enter (e.g., %temp%, services.msc, regedit, etc.) are wiped out when WRC is run. I can find no setting that tells it NOT to delete these. Is there some way to prevent the program from deleting Run commands?
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    KNRover got a reaction from Jameseurox in 1-Click icon does nothing   
    Although I've had Wise Registry Cleaner on my computer for about 3 years, I never noticed the "1-click" icon setting. It is supposed to allow you to click it and WRC runs in the background. Only one problem: It doesn't work. Reason I know it isn't working is because after clicking it (and tried double-clicking it, too), I open WRC and run a deep scan. That scan finds lots of safe-go-delete items, which it shouldn't because the 1-click should have already cleaned them out.
     
    I have the latest version (9.4.7.619). Is this a bug?
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    KNRover got a reaction from ThelmaBof in 1-Click icon does nothing   
    Although I've had Wise Registry Cleaner on my computer for about 3 years, I never noticed the "1-click" icon setting. It is supposed to allow you to click it and WRC runs in the background. Only one problem: It doesn't work. Reason I know it isn't working is because after clicking it (and tried double-clicking it, too), I open WRC and run a deep scan. That scan finds lots of safe-go-delete items, which it shouldn't because the 1-click should have already cleaned them out.
     
    I have the latest version (9.4.7.619). Is this a bug?
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    KNRover got a reaction from NancyRet in 1-Click icon does nothing   
    Although I've had Wise Registry Cleaner on my computer for about 3 years, I never noticed the "1-click" icon setting. It is supposed to allow you to click it and WRC runs in the background. Only one problem: It doesn't work. Reason I know it isn't working is because after clicking it (and tried double-clicking it, too), I open WRC and run a deep scan. That scan finds lots of safe-go-delete items, which it shouldn't because the 1-click should have already cleaned them out.
     
    I have the latest version (9.4.7.619). Is this a bug?
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    KNRover got a reaction from RobertPhesk in 1-Click icon does nothing   
    Although I've had Wise Registry Cleaner on my computer for about 3 years, I never noticed the "1-click" icon setting. It is supposed to allow you to click it and WRC runs in the background. Only one problem: It doesn't work. Reason I know it isn't working is because after clicking it (and tried double-clicking it, too), I open WRC and run a deep scan. That scan finds lots of safe-go-delete items, which it shouldn't because the 1-click should have already cleaned them out.
     
    I have the latest version (9.4.7.619). Is this a bug?
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    KNRover got a reaction from DoltonsK in 1-Click icon does nothing   
    Although I've had Wise Registry Cleaner on my computer for about 3 years, I never noticed the "1-click" icon setting. It is supposed to allow you to click it and WRC runs in the background. Only one problem: It doesn't work. Reason I know it isn't working is because after clicking it (and tried double-clicking it, too), I open WRC and run a deep scan. That scan finds lots of safe-go-delete items, which it shouldn't because the 1-click should have already cleaned them out.
     
    I have the latest version (9.4.7.619). Is this a bug?
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    KNRover got a reaction from AlisaBog in Retaining 'Run' commands   
    I'm new to Wise Registry Cleaner. Installed it because of the very high ratings for it. I like what it does, save one thing: It zaps all of the 'Run' commands I've run, and would like to retain. Is there some way to exclude Run commands from Wise's registry cleaning?
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