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Removing Unwanted Programs from Windows

 

So now lets look at cleaning up programs that are not needed that are running when your computer starts up. To Remove unwanted programs do the following:

 

For Windows XP:

  • Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add or Remove Programs.

For Windows 7:

  • Open Programs and Features by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Programs, and then clicking Programs and Features.

Now here is a list of programs that I have removed without customers complaining.

  • Most Toolbars (MSN, Yahoo, Google, Bing, Ask, Coupon Printer)
  • All Versions of Java (If a program needs it it will install it again or ask you to install it)
  • Adobe Download Manager
  • Itunes if you don’t use it (Itunes Has multiple programs Apple App Support, Apple Mobile Device Support, Apple software Update, Bonjour and Itunes
  • MSN
  • All Coupon programs
  • Mcafee Security Scan
  • AOL Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger (If you Don’t use Instant Messaging)
  • HP Games, etc.

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