WoW Cleaner is an easy-to-use cleaning utility for World of Warcraft, this utility lets the user simply clean up corrupt or old files from Custom UI uninstalling or to free hard drive space. WoW Cleaner allows the user to do the following: Clean WDB Files, Boot Clean WDB Files on Startup, Backup WDB Files, Clean UI Files, Clean WTF Files, Backup UI Files, and Backup WTF Files.
WoW Cleaner also includes informative status windows, to show further processing information that it puts out.
>> WoW Cleaner: --- WDB Cleaning: WDB Cleaning allows the user to clean and backup .WDB files from WoW Cleaner with a click, instead of the user having to go through the World of Warcraft folder deleting them manually. With WDB Cleaning it's easy to clean, and backup corrupt .WDB files located in the World of Warcraft WDB folder. An option has been implemented to clean .WDB files instantly on Windows startup as well. There is a status window on WoW Cleaner, that shows the user more detailed operating information that it puts out. For example, if the World of Warcraft WDB folder is empty, the user will be alerted with an error message located in the status window or beside the cleaning options. However, When WoW Cleaner starts it will automatically alert the user saying weather the World of Warcraft WDB folder is empty or not for Cleaning or Backing up the .WDB files. --- Custom UI Cleaning: Custom UI Cleaning allows the user to clean and backup Interface/WTF folders with a click. The user won't even need to go back to access the World of Warcraft directory for any folder deleting. Custom UI options built right into WoW Cleaner will make the job easier, and more sufficient. Backing up the Interface/WTF folders can be useful, if the user cleans the Interface folder within WoW Cleaner, then decides to keep a mod. The user can easily direct to the C:\Sonioure backup directory to access the InterfaceBackup/WTFBackup folders for safe keeping. This can be done by using the Backup UI or Backup WTF options. WTF folder holds all Interface/User configurations, at times this folder may need to be cleaned for corruption or after uninstalling a Custom UI. The user can simply click Clean WTF option, to completely clean the WTF folder out with no traces of old or corrupt files/folders. Custom UI options have a Status Window on the bottom, the WDB Cleaning Status Window is located on top. A good tip is to always watch these windows as you clean or backup, they show you more detailed information on how WoW Cleaner is operating. >> Installation: Use the WoWCleanerSetup.exe file to install WoW Cleaner. After installation, you may receive DLL/OCX errors, click Ignore to all. The reason for the errors is because you already have the selected DLL/OCX installed and registered on your system. >> Instructions: Simply navigate the buttons to the left, watch the Status Window to the right for more detail on how the WoW Cleaner is operating. >> Legal Agreement: WoW Cleaner may be distributed as unmodified and freeware only, and must be credited to Sonioure Software. Contact Information: webmaster[at]sonioure.com >> More Information: Please refer to the Help option located in 'WoW Cleaner'.
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