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Postby MysteryFCM » Sun Jan 29, 2006 4:31 pm

What is Index.dat Suite?

Index.dat Suite is a rather unique program that allows you not only to delete the index.dat files, temporary internet files, temp files, cookies and history, but it also allows you to view the index.dat files on your system.

Index.dat Suite's current features include;

  • View and delete index.dat files
  • View and delete Temporary Internet Files (TIF)
  • View and delete Cookies
  • View and delete History
  • View and delete Temp files
  • View and delete Recent Documents
  • Delete Typed URL's
  • Delete Prefetch folder contents
  • Auto-generation of batch file to assist in deleting the index.dat files in DOS.
  • Optional add to RunOnce registry key
  • Optional deletion of swap file (9x users only)
  • Optional deletion of NTUser.dat file (2K/XP/Server 2003 users only) *
  • Optional defrag after file deletion
  • Full application logging


* As of 2.9.1 beta

Screenshot: http://support.it-mate.co.uk/images/pro ... dsuite.gif

Download*: http://support.it-mate.co.uk/?mode=Prod ... x.datsuite

* Basic package recommended

System requirements

Minimum

486/66 DX2
16MB Ram
Windows 95
Internet Explorer 5.0
Visual Basic 6 Runtime files

Reccomended

Intel Pentium II 300Mhz
128MB Ram
Windows 98 Second Edition
Internet Explorer 5.5
Visual Basic 6 SP5 Runtime files

Whats new in 2.9.1 beta?

Added: Always backup files before deletion (see notes)
Added: Delete NTUser.dat (2K/XP/Server 2003) (requested)
Added: Remember all last used custom paths (requested)
Added: Perform hpHosts Lookup
Added: AIM, MMS detection to index.dat file extraction routine

Notes:

I've added an option to always backup files prior to their deletion. Please note however, this option applies ONLY to index.dat and NTUser.dat files. Backups are stored in the Index.dat Suite program folder (\idbackup\[date_of_deletion]).

This setting is disabled by default, but can be enabled via:

Tools > Settings > Misc (tab)

NB: I know I said Gecko and secure deletion support was going to be added to the next update. Unfortunately due to issues offline, I've not had time to add these to this update however, I'll try and get them added to the next release.
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Postby MysteryFCM » Fri Feb 10, 2006 10:57 am

2.9.2 Beta
http://support.it-mate.co.uk/downloads/ ... 2_beta.zip

Updates:

Added: Clean Typed URL's to Space Utilization dialog
Added: Clean %windir%\temp from Space Utilization and cleanup menu
Added: Clean %windir%\temp when running batch file (requested) (see notes)
Added: Allow selective cleaning from Space Utilization dialog

Modified: hpHosts Lookup (see notes)
Modified: index.dat and NTUser.dat backup routine (see notes)

Notes:

I've modified the hpHosts Online lookup URL to bring it inline with the changes made to the server it is hosted on.

I've also modified the ntuser.dat and index.dat backup routine. This was due to the backup using the actual filename (so the last file backed up, would overwrite the previous as it had exactly the same name). The filename used for backup now uses it's index, and the time of batch generation (i.e. 61758_index.dat - which would be index # 6, backed up at 17:58)

I've also added an option to clean the %windir%\temp folder when running the batch file. To enable/disable this, see the Misc tab of the settings dialog.
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Postby MysteryFCM » Tue Apr 25, 2006 1:06 pm

2.9.3 Beta bta

http://support.it-mate.co.uk/downloads/ ... 3_beta.zip

Updates:

Added: Highlight backed up files
Added: Clean Orca Browser cache

Modified: Re-written update module and update routines

Fixed: Prefetch included in generated file irrespective of setting

Removed: "cls" command from batch file generation
Removed: NTUser.dat deletion (see notes)

Notes:

I've made a modification to the NTuser.dat file deletion routine. This modification removes the deletion of ntuser.dat, and instead, includes ntuser.dat.log
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Postby MysteryFCM » Fri Aug 25, 2006 8:29 pm

2.9.5

Updates:

Modified: Misc bug fixes

I did have a couple new features planned for this release but unfortunately, couldn't get them to work properly so have had to leave them out.
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Postby MysteryFCM » Tue Feb 06, 2007 12:23 pm

Version: 2.9.6 Beta :bta:

Added: "Convert all paths to DOS (8.3) format" (now disabled by default for Windows 2000 and above)
Added: "Add file to WinLogon Shell registry key after file generation" (see notes)
Added: "Add file to Run registry key after file generation" (requested but not recommended)
Added: "Use /a:h when generating batch file" (requested for Windows Media Center Edition compatability)

Modified: Changed comment prefix for 2000 and above from ";" to "::"
Modified: Settings dialog
Modified: Other minor modifications/enhancements

Notes:

I've added an option to use the WinLogon Shell registry key to this release. Please note however, this option is EXPERIMENTAL and intended ONLY for those experiencing problems using the regular RunOnce registry option. As this is experimental, users are NOT advised to use this without backing up the system first.


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Postby MysteryFCM » Wed Apr 04, 2007 11:00 am

Version: 2.9.7

Changes:

Added: Do not reset WinLogon key when executing batch file with this method (see notes)
Added: Reset default program settings

Modified: Other tweaks and changes and code-cleaning modifications

This release includes all updates from beta's released since the last non-beta release.

Notes:

I added an option in the previous beta to use the WinLogon or Run keys instead of the RunOnce key that has been available in all previous versions of IDS. To keep things as simple and safe as possible, when using the WinLogon instead of RunOnce key, the key will be automatically reset when the batch file has finished it's job.

If you DO NOT want the key reset, an option has been provided to have it continue to run the batch file. Note however, not resetting this key is not recommended.

Additionally, it is pretty much a guarantee that any decent anti-malware application is going to flag the use of this key as malicious - just so you are forewarned (I'd be suprised if it didn't).

Use of the WinLogon key is only recommended by those experiencing problems using the default RunOnce registry key.

Note: the help file included is now slightly out of date as so much has changed since it was originally written. This will be updated in due course.
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Postby MysteryFCM » Wed May 16, 2007 8:03 pm

Version: 2.9.8 Beta :bta:

Added: Clean ComDlg32 MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean FileExts MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean Internet Explorer MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean Map Network Drive MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean Run MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean Stream MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean Universal Extractor MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean UserAssist MRU (HKCU)
Added: Clean Windows Media Player MRU (HKCU)
Added: Display DNS Cache
Added: Windows Vista detection (see Release Notes)

Modified: Re-written batch generation routine for NT and above
Modified: Updated WinLogon routine (see Release Notes)
Modified: Updated cleanup routines
Modified: Changed logging location and routines
Modified: Space Utilization dialog re-written, re-designed and re-coded
Modified: Re-written platform detection routine
Modified: Moved log files to {app}/logs/
Modified: Re-written readme file

Misc: Other modifications that I can't remember (my fault for not documenting everything)
Notes:

I've re-written the OS detection routines to support Windows Vista, and thanks to Marcin (MalwareBytes - malwarebytes.org) for giving me the heads up on the blatantly obvious that I was missing, it now also has the capability to detect exactly which version of Vista you are running.

Huge thanks to Tom (TeMerc Internet Countermeasures - temerc.com) for being the guinnea pig and both helping and allowing use of his machine, to debug this new feature and ensure it works correctly. Don't have Vista myself so am very much appreciative :o)

I've also re-modified the WinLogon routines. Where previously, this would be set to {explorer.exe [batch_file]}, it is now set simply to the batch file, which then loads explorer.exe when it is finished. The reason for this is due to issues with systems that do not require logon, not allowing the previous routine to work correctly.

Once again however, I must stress, use of the WinLogon key should ONLY be done if the RunOnce option does not work for your system. This key is automatically reset to explorer.exe when the system loads.
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Postby MysteryFCM » Thu Aug 09, 2007 9:08 pm

Version: 2.9.9 bta

Changes:

Added: File created, Last accessed and Last written (requested)
Added: Confirm deletion when using /a:h switch (requested) (Can be enabled via: Tools > Settings > Batch File (2))
Added: Run scan and generation at each shutdown (EXPERIMENTAL!!)
Added: Run cleanup at each shutdown (EXPERIMENTAL!!)

Modified: Changed default batch filename from run.bat to idsuite_run.bat
Modified: Added quoting to source paths when generating batch files (excluding 9x)
Modified: defrag now uses "-f" (force) switch to defrag unconditionally (requested)

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Postby MysteryFCM » Wed Aug 29, 2007 12:31 pm

Version: 2.9.10 Beta :bta:

Changes:

Added: Batch file location to generated file (requested)
Added: Clean Custom Files (requested)
Added: New button to toolbar for accessing Space Usage (requested)
Added: Generate batch from a list of files/folders (requested)

Modified: Updated help file
Modified: Moved "Clean Custom Folders" to Tools > Batch File Generation
Modified: Cleaned up Tools > Batch File Generation
Modified: 9x/Me Batch file generation routine
Modified: "Do not display files/folders I choose to hide" now enabled by default
Modified: The following folders are now hidden under "Do not display files/folders I choose to hide" by default

- PATH_TO\Index.dat Suite
- %windir%\pchealth
- %windir%\help
- C:\Program Files
- {PF}\Common Files
- %userprofile%\Start Menu\Programs
- %userprofile%\PrintHood
- %alluserprofile%\Start Menu\Programs

Modified: Default "Search In" changed to "[ALL HARD DRIVES]"
Modified: "Clear" button on IDFinder dialog changed to "Clear Results" (requested)
Modified: Default external viewer set to Notepad (requested)
Modified: Other minor code/GUI modifications (mainly tweaks and cleaning up)

Removed: Old help file notification
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Postby MysteryFCM » Wed Sep 19, 2007 6:15 pm

Version: 2.9.11

Changes:

Added: Disable application logging
Added: Create restore point prior to cleanup/running batch file

Modified: Updated help file

Fixed: Index.dat Suite scans network, but only when location is mapped as a drive letter
Fixed: File not found error after moving program to a new location
Fixed: Permission error when generating batch file
Fixed: Minor issue with update module

This release also includes all updates from 2.9.8, 9 and 10 beta
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Postby MysteryFCM » Mon Sep 24, 2007 8:41 am

2.9.11 Rev 2

Changes:

Added: Additional batch file logging (see notes)
Added: Batch file creation check (see notes)

Notes:

Due to (probable) permission issues with Vista, I've re-written the default batch location routines to allow for Vista and check the file can be created in the location specified. If this fails, it will try a total of 3 times with 3 different paths, before giving up and asking you to specify a location yourself.

I've also added logging to the batch file itself, to allow debugging when finding out which files/folders failed to be cleaned, and why. This is logged to {IDS_PATH}\Logs\debug.log

Vista users can download the patch from the download page;

Type: Additional files
Filename: idsuite2_9_11_Vista.zip
Size: 178K

NOTE: THIS FILE IS ONLY PROVIDED FOR USERS RUNNING VISTA THAT ARE EXPERIENCING FILE CREATION/DELETION ISSUES. IT IS NOT REQUIRED FOR USERS OF OLDER VERSIONS OF WINDOWS.
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Postby MysteryFCM » Wed Sep 26, 2007 8:14 am

Just an FYI that there's another update. This one is only currently available via the built in Update module for now.

v2.9.12

Changes:


Added: Additional batch file logging
Added: New System Restore menu (Tools > System Restore)
Added: Create new restore point manually
Added: View/clear Debug Log (View > Logs)

Other: Multiple other minor modifications
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Postby MysteryFCM » Wed Sep 26, 2007 7:08 pm

Version: 2.9.13

Changes:

Added: Prompt to re-start as soon as batch file is generated (see notes)

Modified: Updated help file
Modified: Minor modification to update module
Modified: Changed full setup installation to idsuite_setup.exe (from idsuite.exe)

Other: Multiple other minor modifications

Notes:

Due to request, I've added a prompt to ask if you want to re-start as soon as the program has generated the batch file.

For those that do not want this, you can turn it off on the General tab of the settings by unticking the option labelled:

"Do not prompt to re-start computer after batch file generation"
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Postby MysteryFCM » Wed Oct 03, 2007 9:10 am

Version: 2.9.16

Changes:

Added: New command line parameter (/rbtest) (see notes)

Modified: Re-added auto-reboot option
Modified: Readme file (section 7 - Installation)
Modified: Readme file (section 2 - System Requirements)
Modified: Minor changes to update module

Fixed: Several issues with 2.9.14/5

Other: Other minor modifications

Notes:

I've added a new switch (/rbtest) to allow testing of the auto-reboot function.

To test this, open a command prompt to the IDS folder, and issue the following command;

idsuite.exe /rbtest

Please note, you MUST close ALL other programs you are working on as, if it works as it should, you will NOT be asked to save anything before the re-boot takes place.

If this fails to work, please let me know (and especially let me know which version of Windows you are using).
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Postby MysteryFCM » Thu Oct 04, 2007 8:09 am

v2.10.0

Changes:

Fixed: Auto-reboot fails to work as expected

Notes:

Special thanks to YoKenny for helping troubleshoot this one


Last update for now ..... promise ;)
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Postby MysteryFCM » Tue May 06, 2008 9:36 pm

Version: 2.10.1

Added: Support for Windows XP Service Pack 3
Added: Support for Windows Vista Service Pack 1

Notes:

Whilst I've added a new routine to detect Vista SP1, I've not got a machine with Vista so have not been able to test if it works correctly. If you have Vista, please let me know if it works.


http://support.it-mate.co.uk/?mode=Prod ... x.datsuite

I was hoping to have had the no re-boot option available for this release but it's not working as well as I'd like, so I've disabled it for now. I'll keep working on it and have it included when it's working properly.
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Re: Index.dat Suite

Postby MysteryFCM » Mon Dec 15, 2008 8:33 pm

Just came across this :) (CNet UK editors review)

Index.dat Suite's primary file viewing function may be the program's least useful tool, but this freeware offers many tools for system administrators, experienced users, and even novices looking for an effective cleaning tool.


http://downloads.cnet.co.uk/0,39101205,39219611s,00.htm
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Postby Johnincal » Mon Dec 15, 2008 8:39 pm

Nice Steve!! t*u

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Postby MysteryFCM » Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:12 pm

hehe cheers :)
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Postby TeMerc » Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:33 pm

MysteryFCM wrote:Just came across this :) (CNet UK editors review)

Index.dat Suite's primary file viewing function may be the program's least useful tool, but this freeware offers many tools for system administrators, experienced users, and even novices looking for an effective cleaning tool.


http://downloads.cnet.co.uk/0,39101205,39219611s,00.htm
Well, once they see the rest of your stuff, the flood gates won't be able to hold 'em back!
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Postby MysteryFCM » Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:57 pm

LOL!
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Re: Index.dat Suite

Postby Johnincal » Tue Dec 16, 2008 5:49 pm

TeMerc wrote:
MysteryFCM wrote:Just came across this :) (CNet UK editors review)

Index.dat Suite's primary file viewing function may be the program's least useful tool, but this freeware offers many tools for system administrators, experienced users, and even novices looking for an effective cleaning tool.


http://downloads.cnet.co.uk/0,39101205,39219611s,00.htm
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Do you think he will still talk to us "little people" when he hits it big?

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Re: Index.dat Suite

Postby TeMerc » Tue Dec 16, 2008 6:39 pm

Johnincal wrote:
TeMerc wrote:
MysteryFCM wrote:Just came across this :) (CNet UK editors review)http://downloads.cnet.co.uk/0,39101205,39219611s,00.htm
Well, once they see the rest of your stuff, the flood gates won't be able to hold 'em back!

Do you think he will still talk to us "little people" when he hits it big?
I won't have to worry about that John, none of my girlfriends have ever thought of me as 'the little people'. I didn't even have to 'make it big', it just was.

I'm sure I can redirect some of my spam towards you if you like? :mrgreen:
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Postby Johnincal » Tue Dec 16, 2008 7:11 pm

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Re: Index.dat Suite

Postby MysteryFCM » Tue Feb 10, 2009 5:45 pm

Important notice for Index.dat Suite + Windows Vista users

This is an important notice for those using Index.dat Suite on Vista. Whilst I don't have Vista myself, I've not had anyone report any major problems when using the program and using the WinLogon option (instead of the default RunOnce).

Today however, I had a user e-mail me to inform me that he followed the instructions usually given to Vista users, and his computer no longer boots (recovery instructions have been given). I must therefore recommend those using Vista NOT ask Index.dat Suite to use the WinLogon setting until I can find out what happened.


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