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Screenshot Captor / Re: Too Many Entries in System Settings
« on: May 23, 2017, 03:18 AM »
There seems to be a big long thread here, but it's hard for me to find a real explanation or solution:
https://answers.micr...-e49f344095e5?auth=1

I've found a solution by StephenHaxby in this thread:

Notification settings are saved in an SQLite Database here:

C:\Users\<YOUR USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Notifications\wpndatabase.db

You can view the contents with any SQLite Database reader/query, I used this:

http://sqlitebrowser.org/

Just search the 'NotificationHandler' table for the notification you want to delete (select * from NotificationHandler), in my case it was 'Symantec.ToastUI' and it was at 'RecordId' 72.
Then just delete everything conected to this Handler:

delete from HandlerSettings where HandlerID = 72

delete from Notification where HandlerId = 72

delete from WNSPushChannel where HandlerId = 72

delete from NotificationHandler where RecordId = 72

Save the DB (if you are using the app above) and re-open the Notifications Settings App.
Your unwanted/uninstalled app should now be gone.

Well... It was for me...

As said may times in this thread, you should be deleting registry entries...

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