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how we make a feedback if the JRT still as it’s ?

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Hi

I have just a question or maybe more :D . so JRT still an bat.file ? right :rolleyes:? if so . how we make a feedback while JRT is still only a bat.file ? :P

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What do you mean by that? If you have feedback about JRT, just post it here. It doesn't matter if it's still a batch file or not.

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9 hours ago, Aura said:

What do you mean by that?

like others members here . JRT is remove an items that we want to keep. such a tool it has to auto removed an detects items  . and this is not good . we need to review the items found by Ourself . at least should be an other UI version along with the bat version .

9 hours ago, Aura said:

If you have feedback about JRT, just post it here. It doesn't matter if it's still a batch file or not.

we don’t have any control over it so how do you expect of us that will have to provide an Valid/good/bad feedback for a bat tool (you already know that even the staffs were not able to make a FAQ for JRT )? I will make it more easier no one have an ideas for it . and if you can provide your idea for this tool . then share it with us .

and we’d like to have a better version as in a new UI version so we can to reviews the items were detected by JRT and to keeps or remove something .and that’s all for now .

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Okay, what you're asking for isn't called a feedback. What you want is the ability to control what JRT will delete and what it'll keep. Basically, JRT would scan the system, report it's findings, and then you would be able to decide whether or not you want to delete what it found. Since JRT is a simple batch script, I doubt this will possible. If you don't like JRT, just use AdwCleaner, it's exactly what you're asking for, and both are now part of the Malwarebytes family.

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also . that is why I post/reports this

so . I have already make/wrote my Suggestion to new vendor/Developer He immediately carried out the ideas / suggestions within about a week.. and he made a new version for me .

 

5 minutes ago, Aura said:

Okay, what you're asking for isn't called a feedback. What you want is the ability to control what JRT will delete and what it'll keep. Basically, JRT would scan the system, report it's findings, and then you would be able to decide whether or not you want to delete what it found. Since JRT is a simple batch script, I doubt this will possible. If you don't like JRT, just use AdwCleaner, it's exactly what you're asking for, and both are now part of the Malwarebytes family.

that’s what we called a ran out of the ideas . we’re done :blush::)! thx Aura .

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You are always free to report a false positive from JRT in this section. There's no one preventing you from doing so. And I don't know if you know but eventually, JRT will dissapear as it'll get completely rolled in Malwarebytes, so it isn't the time to drastically change the program right now, but to work on integrating its technology within Malwarebytes. Things like a new GUI and a check/uncheck feature would take a lot of time to implement because of the way JRT is developped and I think I would rather see thisisu work on improving Malwarebytes using JRT than modifying JRT itself just for you.

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