Re: [NTO] DLL Remover
- Hi Alec and Others,
>The link Wendy gave went to something called "theThat's the one I had before (I remember by his home page <g>). I
>Thinking Man's Thesarus"
>I think the one Wendy meant was:
>http://www.theabsolute.net/sware/#clnsys (maybe the same
liked it mainly because my computer always worked after it was
done, placed the removed files in backup just in case 1 or more
were removed that should have not been. "Not for WinME, WinNT,
Win2000 or later" does not look to hopeful. I'll check out the
others folks. Alec, about the size of drives: that is not really
my concern as far as freeing up drive space - although it helps
me at times when I get one of my partitions too big. I mainly
try to stay at peak performance. I realize it is said they do
not hurt anything just leaving them there, but IMO it does - not
grave, but performance overall. There are just that many more
files to search through to find things either with a script or
manually and I just can't help but think there is more work going
on in places. I can notice a difference after doing many files,
or did should I say.
>>>CLEAN SYSTEM DIRECTORY v1.7Happy Topics,
>Clean unused DLLs out of your Windows System directory
>For experienced users.
>Not for WinME, WinNT, Win2000 or later.
>DOWNLOAD Clean System Directory (70kb .ZIP, for Win3.1, Win95,
>- Freeware -
><< Looks like XP is ruled out.
>Just curious - with the size of HDD's today is there much
>reason to clean out "useless" dll's anymore?
>Regards ... Alec
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