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How do I get rid of .Net Framework? I went from 25 g free space to 8 g on a 55 g hard drive

Posted By:      Posted Date: November 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
Why can't I remove older versions of .NET Framework which is using valueble space on my hard drive. I have an older Dell computer that I purchased from a business which was networked, but I have retired and am having problems getting rid of over 400 mb of drive space which is all verions of .Net Framework


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