RegRun automatically detects files that will be replaced with the next restarting of Windows. The Windows needs to use special technology to replace opened files a like system DLL or executable files.
Note! If a program asks you to restart your computer after setup, it tries to replace system files.
The Anti Replacement feature of RegRun allows you to manage replacements:
· Declining changes;
· Removing unwanted changes;
· Adding new replacements.
This may be required for you if you want to delete a Trojan file that you could not delete using Windows Explorer.
Tip! You can do it easily using Terminator feature.
· Creating exclusions.
It is useful if a program creates a replacement every time when Windows shuts down. This will stop annoying alerts during Windows shutdown.
· Windows 95/98 and Windows ME uses "wininit.ini" file located in Windows folder to replace or delete teh files.
· Windows NT/2000 uses registry value - "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\PendingFileRenameOperations".