There is always some point when the user friendly meets being practical, after all a vast majority of this community fully depends on the work of others, for their viewing needs vs learning how to write their own add-ons, right? I design electronics for a living and with that comes a lot of programming of micros nowadays... I know 'assembly' (albeit not as well I would like) and I can tell you up front and blunt, I'll choose to program in a higher level language like C or dare I say BASIC any day of the week over assembly if the task allows... Not because it dumbs me down, but because it streamlines the process...
I guess the point is the 'right' way is mostly opinion in the end, instead people should do what they are comfortable with now but always consider learning the 'hard way' if they choose to educate themselves further...
I went to C:\Users\[USER NAME]\AppData\Roaming\Kodi and found where to delete the crash logs . thanks for everyone for helping me.
The ones you suggested earlier are not supported here !
This forum doesn't support kodi builds/repositorys or their addons !
Anyway deleting packages on every reboot is kind of a pointless exercise to save a couple of MB. Addons also check for updates on each reboot which get downloaded first to the packages folder before being extracted, your addon could conflict with this and could delete zip files of addons which are updating.
If you have a large local media database then deleting Thumbnails and their databases can be a pain too as kodi then has to download all this information and metadata again & it can take along time.
We don't know what, and how other users use kodi. If they are using it as intended then they will more than likely have large local databases...
I personally think that TVA got it right by not putting the "delete thumbnails" option in their maintenance tool, it's not a option that should be taken lightly.
On another note I just checked delete packages on the TVA maintenance tool and it worked, maybe windows users need to run in administrator mode ?
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