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Junkware Removal Tool (JRT) 8.0.0 Feedback


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v7.6.4 was successfully self updated to v8.0.0 while leaving the previous versions in place on a W10 Pro TH2 1511 (10.0.10586.3) x64, 8.1 (6.3.9600) x64 and XP Home (5.1.2600) SP3 x86 systems so far.

 

All systems ran JRT 8.0.0 to completion and produced the usual output report windows. All runs deleted some elements of existing HTTPS-Everywhere installs without seemingly crippling those browser add-ons. No false positives have been noted and run time till completion seems similar to the the last few versions.

 

None of the typical VirusTotal.com false positives were noted for the 8.0.0 executable either. Thank you and congratulations to Filipos and associates for the 8.0.0 release.

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Hello,

 

I'm just using this updated version but I have an issue at the end , JRT can't created log .txt file with error : "The specified path was not found" , and tool is closed.

 

All is right when I ran old v7.6.4 , JRT.txt is created

 

Thanks

 

ps:using wxp SP3 32bits

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Hello,

 

I'm just using this updated version but I have an issue at the end , JRT can't created log .txt file with error : "The specified path was not found" , and tool is closed.

 

All is right when I ran old v7.6.4 , JRT.txt is created

 

Thanks

 

ps:using wxp SP3 32bits

 

Hi and thanks for the report. Please check your private message.

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