What cleaner item cleans troubleshooting settings for apps?

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Hello,
After cleaning with BB the system does not remember that I set extended privileges for Visual Studio through troubleshooting (there's no "run as admin" setting for VS in Win 8.1).
However programs that were run with admin privileges that were set the usual way keep running as admins after cleaning.
Which cleaner should I uncheck?

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Your best bet would be to try and check each setting that is related to visual studio one at a time to see which one does it. My assumption would be related to a .ini or some other type of config file. If you find out which one, please share with me and I will inspect it and make sure it is something that should be there as what you told seems like it shouldn't be there. I'm assuming this is on Winapp2's side.

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Ok, I've found it. It's a useful option, but I believe BB should show a warning for this.
Microsoft Windows / Windows Compatibility Assistant - clears compatibility settings for applications from the register:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Compatibility Assistant\Store
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers

Also Applications / MS Visual Studio MRU - deletes recently used and pinned projects list. MRU abbreviation is not that clear at first :)

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You should always know what a cleaner does before you use it. The best way to determine is to run a preview first and look at the files to see if they are something you don't need.

I will write a warning for the first entry you said and submit it to Winapp2. That is probably they should have put in it the first time.

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I am glad you isolated this record.

This entry comes from Winapp2.ini, and the warning is controlled in Winapp2, so please contact the maintainer whose email address is at the top of the Winapp2.ini file: Rob (AT) winapp2 (DOT)com . He can add a warning for all users of Winapp2.ini

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Andrew, lead developer

I'm too lazy to go through several gigs of small files :)

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Way ahead of you. I did that last week for them. Should be there in the next Winapp2 update.

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Moderator for BleachBit and a maintainer for Winapp2.

Check out my open-source group on Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/opencommunity

Windows 10 x64 (switching to ReactOS in the future).