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comment Where does JPSoft's Take Command store the (per user) config INI files?
Not exactly, but it is pretty simple. After you install one of those programs, run the program. It will catch all disk changes at first. First, you'll need to filter out junk. Both programs allow you to right click on items to quickly filter out "spam". Process Monitor also tracks Registry and Network activity, etc, so click off Network Activity at least since that isn't related (config settings could be in the registry though). After you enable the program and filter, make a simple change in the Take Command options screen, and you should be able to see the file name pretty easily.
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answered Where does JPSoft's Take Command store the (per user) config INI files?
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