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Add/Remove Used and Frequency of Use for each application

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Hello.

Is it possible somehow to read this value from the registry or
from the files somehow?
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by:aikimark
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1. I think this is stored in the FAT, not the registry.
2. Your question is confusing.  The title is Add/Remove program usage stats but the text of your question is reading the stats.
3. Why would you want to do this?
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by:visexpert
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Yes i want to know how applications on computer is used, how often
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by:rbohac
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I'm not sure of the answer, but I think I can help clarify the question.

When you select add/remove programs on windows XP (and maybe 2K.. I can't remember) it will say how often the application is used (rarely, often, etc..)
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Yup, exactly.
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