Re: R-Wipe&Clean 8.6 Build 1517

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Re: R-Wipe&Clean 8.6 Build 1517

Postby R-tt Team » Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:21 am

New build of R-Wipe&Clean 8.6 is available for download
Added:
+ New applications in Application Traces:
Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Captivate, Contribute
Nero Move it, Live, Recode, StartSmart
Acoustica Audio Converter, Beatcraft, MP3 Audio Mixer
RoboHelp HTML, Explorer, Handler Description File Editor, ReSize, What's This?, Help Composer,
RoboScreenCapture
Macromedia FreeHand,
ArcSoft DVD SlideShow, MediaImpression, Panorama Maker, PhotoPrinter, ShowBiz,
Copernic Desktop Search ,
Deep Exploration,
InterVideo DiscLabel,
Corel VideoStudio,
Ulead Burn.Now, EnVector,
WinDVD Creator,
WordPerfect Lightning,
Microsoft Expression Encoder,
NTI Digital Flix,
GIF Movie Gear,
VMN PhotoEdit,
Amaya,
Xara Picture Editor
MAGIX Xtreme Photo Designer

+ Support for K-Melon, a new browser in the Internet section. Items supported for this browser: Temporary Internet Files, Cookies, History, Typed URLs, Stored Form Passwords. Support for Scheduler and Boss Key for K-Melon.
+ Cached Certification Files into the Internet (IE) section
+ Two new items into the System (Common) section (System Registry Traces): Stored Locations of Removed Applications Help Files, Stored Locations of Removed Applications authorized for Windows Firewall Domain Profiles.

Enhanced and Changed:
= Multiple enhancements and changes for already supported applications in Application Traces .
= enhancements and changes for the Opera 9.64 и Safari 4 Beta browsers.

Fixed:
- Sometimes the Script Error message appeared on an HTML page in the Applications section if a file name contained the "'" character.
- Very rarely an MFT was not wiped on Windows Vista. The MFT wiping message did not appeared either.
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