I have noticed that the MUI cache (HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam\MUICache) is rather large, with some sensitive information about programs that I don't want to keep. Somewhere I read that it is possible to have the machine dump this cache on shutdown, but I can't remember where I saw it. I've created a 300k registry file that modifies 66 different keys and values, (to get rid of the aforementioned programs) but when I reboot, the MUI cache (only partially modified to not reflect those specific programs that I don't want in the registry,) is still reflecting the keys and values that I don't want... The keys and values that I'm trying to remove are from programs that are NOT on this computer...rather, I use these files from a CD, for a short time, then, when finished, instead of manually erasing any trace in the registry, (66 values/keys,) I double-click the 300k registry file I created to get rid of them...works like a charm!!! -- Except for the MUI Caches!!! I realize that every time I run these programs, they sink their hooks into the registry...I've traced them...the problem is trying to get rid of all these values/keys after I'm done with the programs. CAN THE MUI CACHES BE DELETED SAFELY from within my file when ran??? -- Since they are the ONLY places that won't accept my file's registry changes...I'd like to just dump them if possible. PLEASE HELP ME!!!