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There is no hint to delete files permanently

PostPosted: 2012-06-20 4:59
by Ophelia
Before I click Boost, there is no hint it will delete some files permanently. :(

Re: There is no hint to delete files permanently

PostPosted: 2012-06-21 1:32
by Ivy
Hello Ophelia,
You can switch to expert mode.
After you scan, you can view the scanning log before you click the button"clean".
And you do not need to worry, you can view all items cleaned in the history.
If you want to restore some item, you can just apply the restore function.

Re: There is no hint to delete files permanently

PostPosted: 2012-06-21 3:32
by sarmen
To get fast scan and clean speed, I guess. :mrgreen:

The restore points make sense.

Re: There is no hint to delete files permanently

PostPosted: 2012-06-24 9:40
by Ophelia
Ivy wrote:Hello Ophelia,
You can switch to expert mode.
After you scan, you can view the scanning log before you click the button"clean".
And you do not need to worry, you can view all items cleaned in the history.
If you want to restore some item, you can just apply the restore function.

Where is in the history?
Why Boost do not be designed as the mode of Expert?
Last time, I try to find the word default, not the restore. :D Now it's ok.

Thanks Ivy. :)

Re: There is no hint to delete files permanently

PostPosted: 2012-06-24 21:32
by Ivy
Where is in the history?
Why Boost do not be designed as the mode of Expert?
Last time, I try to find the word default, not the restore. Now it's ok.

Thanks Ivy.



Hello Ophelia,

To view the history, please click the view button which is on the bottom left of the program after you finish the scan.

Boost is designed for easy to use feature for general users, while Expert is designed for complicate for experienced users. That's why the two mode is different from each other.

While I think you make a good point.

Thanks for your information.

Re: There is no hint to delete files permanently

PostPosted: 2012-06-25 1:30
by Carina
I see. Ivy, I often misunderstand your meaning. Actually the problem is easy.
Thanks for your detailed explanation and much patience.
Good work!

Re: There is no hint to delete files permanently

PostPosted: 2015-06-18 5:04
by naveedhussan
What's the function difference between one click Boost and them? One click Boost contains all the functions of the 4 features?