IMHO, no : it’s a web server.
I know what Apache is. There are at least five devices running it within arms length of where I’m currently sitting.
When System Ninja flags a file within that folder as junk, it doesn’t mean it considers the entire folder to be junk: only that file. In the case of .DS_Store files, unless you’re running on Mac OS X they are junk. They’re the Mac equivalent of desktop.ini files, which can also be removed with zero adverse effects.
Are there any actual Apache files being targeted?
Windows services : add sortable columns
I’ll get that looked at.
Once I’ve installed FileAlyzr, I am not able to use it.
This is on my to-do list.