« Last post by plodr on Today at 03:18:04 AM »
Yes and dopdf too.
... change one of the WinPatrol PLUS startup entries to Enabled and remove the duplicate entry from WinPatrol. First, select one of the Disabled entries and changed it to Enabled. Then select the Disabled WinPatrol PLUS item and click Remove. That should leave you with one current winpatrol.exe in startup. ...When I enable one, both become enabled. However, they are different Types (screen snapshot attached). As I typed the previous sentence, Scotty disappeared from the tray! Task Manager doesn't show it as a running process but perhaps it will after I reboot.
... check the C:\Program Files (x86)\Ruiware\WinPatrol folder and make sure there is only one winpatrol.exe. In the unlikely event there are two, right click the icon and select Properties. Click the Details tab. It should show File Version 33.1.2015.0. Check the second icon in the same manner for the File Version. If one is for an earlier version, delete it. If both are for Version 33.1.2015.0, delete one of them and then check the startup tab in case it is necessary to re-enable the disabled winpatrol.exe. (Remember, winpatrolexe.exe is WinPatrol Explorer and should have a blue background in the folder.) ...It appears that there are two, one blue and one green, with slightly different names but both the current version. Will also attach a screen snapshot of that.
... As to the WinPatrol.exe file that does not exist, I suspect it is from the C:\Program Files (x86)\BillP Studios\WinPatrol folder. If you do not have TaskCatcher installed, you can move the entire C:\Program Files (x86)\BillP Studios folder to the recycle bin. Otherwise, if TaskCatcher is installed, only move the C:\Program Files (x86)\BillP Studios\WinPatrol folder to the recycle bin.I can't locate a BillP Studios\WinPatrol folder ANYwhere to move to the recycle bin.