Already have CCleaner - problem is > no option to clean remote registry.... So useless in PE..
Registry Workshop - no problem > will always launch as 30 trial, without being registered or unless registered..
How does RoboForm work ? By keeping info on PC or Online ??
If keeping info on PC - The info file(s) would have to be added into PE..
Win8.1PESE has IE, Opera, Firefox options - will work on chrome..
win10PESE no support for IE, due to Edge.. Opera, Firefox options - will work on chrome..
Its main program is located in C:\Program Files (x86) \Siber System\Al RoboForm\
Those are the 2 places it needs.
Registry Workshop is registered to me, don't know how I would make it registered on your PE thou.
I don't care about IE11 being on your PE, Would like to have Chrome on their thou, also, my RoboForm runs as an addon for my chrome. Just click on one of its logon sites listed in my data file, and RoboForm brings me to that site and logs me in with my name and password. Bought it at least 7 or 8 years ago. But that might be real hard to install.....no free version out their. Not sure just how hard it would be for me to try to setup, but I'm thinking it wouldn't be easy for me.
But those are the personal apps I would love to have on my WinPE, Plus the ones you already put on their of course.
oh, on CCleaner, I have 2 other registry cleaners that I use, CCleaner is VERY mild cleaner. One is a free utility called Glary Utilities. Kinda like CCleaner, but more features. and a registered app, (no free version) called Ace Utilities, which does DEEP registry cleaning. Only one you could add I suppose would be Glary Utilities. does not do remote registry cleaning.
I got a question seeing how the only way to add a few of my personal apps, is to try to add them myself. Do I need to download and install adk and if so, it seems like when I try I only get one that wants to install into my programs (x86) folder. Is this correct if I am trying to add apps into your WinPE 64 ??
All you need is DISM and Oscdimg for Win10
But it is not as easy as just adding programs to PE...
They would have to be setup in PE and the setup changes captured
and re-written into the boot wim
Image Health will work with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows Server 2012
Would have to SET an external DISM Source for any OS prior
For Option 3 you use ISO media for the repair source..
You would have to SET an External DISM Source -
in other words rewrite a few lines of code in the program and include DISM into the BIN Folder
Or you could add Dism to your Host Windows 7 OS and test the use of DISM cmd's to repair your windows 7 image
Sorry -- but I am not so techie about these DISM and ISO options..
Not clear why you quoted a host / windows 7 image. My original question was a general scenario when a PC with Windows 7 cannot be fixed using the standard sfc/ scannow so I was wondering how your utility could manage an older OS since it was so effective with Windows 10 (!) when that standard cmd did not work.
Also you added "rewrite a few lines of code in the program and include DISM into the BIN Folder".
Do you mean that in your next release you will add that feature to Image Health?
Thank you for your time and patience!
P.S. Futhermore at DISM Supported Platforms it seems 'DISM' is not supported for Win 7.