Recycle Bin--Recycle Bin is temporary container to store for files that have been deleted in a file manager by you, but not yet permanently erased from the physical media. Files in the Recycle Bin can be restored. While the "Recycle Bin" Option under system files >> cleaner allows you to empty your Recycle Bin
when you run Cloud System Booster.
Windows Error Reporting collects and offers to send post-error debug information (a memory dump) using the Internet to the developer of an application that crashes or stops responding on a user's desktop. When you get such error report, you will be asked to send the report or not. When a dump(or other error signature information) reaches the Microsoft server, it is analyzed and a solution is sent back to the user when you are available.
Invalid Shortcut--When you decide to uninstall a program, shortcuts can also be found in Windows start menu and the user’s documents and settings directory which are two additional locations where lots of windows shortcuts located. Thus result in invalid windows shortcut on the system.
Malicious Plugins--Malicious Plugins are always browser related. A plugin is a computer program that expands web browser’s functionality by adding certain extra features in it. A browser plugin requires a supported web browser to be installed. Malicous browser plugins are very similar to spyware, adware and browser hijackers and often have some of their functions. They can be installed without explicit user consent and often do not provide any functional uninstall feature. Some malicious browser plugins have integrated quite convenient toolbars and other additional tools, which often helps them to trick users into leaving parasites in the system, as such tools do not look related to actual threats.But all not plugins are malicious, some are legitimate browser plugins which are useful for users.
Windows System Profile Files--Microsoft Windows profile refers to the user profile that is used by the Microsoft Windows operating system to represent the characteristics of the user. The file contains the user's personalized settings for the majority of software installed on the computer, including Windows itself.
Windows Update Logs Files-- By default, Windows Update/Automatic Updates keep a record of all activity/transactions in a dedicated log file at the following location: %windir%\Windowsupdate.log.
System Temporary Files--Temporary files may be created by computer programs for a variety of purposes; principally when a program cannot allocate enough memory for its tasks, when the program is working on data bigger than the architecture's address space, or as a primitive form of inter-process communication. But some program create temporary files and then leave them behide, they do not delete them. In Microsoft Windows the temporary files left behind by the programs accumulate over time and can take up a lot of disk space. That's why, we need to clean the temporary files to clean up the disk space.
Windows Quick Launch--The Quick Launch bar contains shortcuts to applications. A single click on the application's icon in this area launches the application. This feature is not turn off on all windows system.
System WER Files---For the explanation of WER, please refer to Windows Error Reporting.
Recent Destinations--This is feature provided in windows 7, Recent Destinations lists all folders that the user has visited in the past.
Hope this can help you to understand the scanning item under system files.
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