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removing ''excessive'' package download service's.

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

This will be the 'congratulation' of suggesting, I use the [registry editor] in my DELL-pc,

to delete and remove a installed program called-[drivermender], with [encrypted-files], to

slow-down my-pc, after several attempts to uninstall the program, from the [programs-list].

The [registry editor] did the job of removing the-encrypted files.  thank-you.  LV 

Lee Payne

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