This window allows you to change various system settings. If the setting is enabled, a check mark will be displayed, if it is disabled, an empty square will be displayed.
The Option "Integrate FIS to context menu" parolee add the item with the FIS (remove metadata and timestamp of the file) in the context menu of files.
This window allows you to manipulate Windows services. The list of services is read from the ServicesOptimization.txt. Services are divided into groups.
At the beginning of each service group there are buttons for quick actions with all services in the group: disable, enable, delete.
The X Button next to each service name removes the service from the list.
"MainGroup" Group - services rarely used by ordinary users.
Xbox Group - Xbox-related services.
Microsoft Store Group - services associated with the Windows app store.
"Extra" Group - various services, the list of which depends on the installed software.
Printer Group - services related to printing documents.
SmartCard Group - services associated with smart cards.
Recovery Group - services related to system recovery and archiving.
Diagnostic Group - services associated with diagnostic modules of the system.
Bluetooth Group - services associated with Bluetooth connections.
"Network" Group - services associated with network connections, including the local network.
This window allows you to view and modify environment variables.
Use the "Add path to this var" button to add multiple paths to a single variable (for example, Path).
This window provides the ability to delete various temporary files, cache, logs and other objects.
This window allows you to manage the CPanel Cleanup Service.
This service clears the specified directories at a specified time interval.
The service Settings are stored in the Cleanup Service\Cleanup-paths.txt.
The format of the string is: %the full path to the folder in% %clean-up interval%
Possible cleaning intervals: second, minute, hour, day, week, month.
Abbreviated path entries for some directories:
The installed service starts at Windows startup, the cleaning interval is counted from the time the system boots, i.e. shutting down or restarting the device will reset the current time after the last cleaning, and hibernation will not.
File Cleanup Service\Prevent-paths.txt stored regular expressions - service will start FileSystemWatcher and when some file will matches pattern, it will be deleted.
Regular expressions format: C# .Net - check them - http://regexstorm.net/tester.
Examples of regular expressions: