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I’ll have to see whether desktop refreshing can be achieved within the .NET runtime. I believe this can only be achieved with unmanaged code (directly interfacing with Windows APIs), which I generally try to avoid doing unless absolutely necessary.
I’m not sure this would be useful to a high enough percentage of users to justify adding such a huge amount of clutter to the screen.
Thanks for the additional information. I’ll work on creating an internal exclusion rule early next.
Please send it through to me at shane (at) singularlabs .com and I’ll take a look.
That page seems to have got lost in the website redesign. I’ve added it to the to-do list.
Do you know where Group Speed Dial is storing its data? We can add it to the internal exclusion list if we can identify the file in question.
It’s possible that there’s a redirect or something that’s causing System Ninja to get caught in an infinite loop.
There’s an extremely high risk of unintentionally deleting an important file by running DuplicateFinder over an entire system drive. I’d advise against it.January 4, 2022 at 11:06 am in reply to: System Ninja scanning folder that shouldn’t be included #19672
It’s actually supposed to be excluded. There’s a recursive cleaning rule that picks it up by mistake.