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Add/Remove panel still shows old programs that were removed (windows 98)

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by 2kris, Sep 14, 2004.

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  1. 2kris

    2kris Thread Starter

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    Is there an easy way to clean up old files or remnants of old programs that were deleted?...they are still showing up on add/remove panel.

    Thanks in advance! :)
     
  2. brindle

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    TweakUi will get rid of them for you.
     
  3. 2kris

    2kris Thread Starter

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    Thanks Brindle...that woked great. :)
     
  4. brindle

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    You're very welcome.
    Thanks for letting us all know that worked for you, in doing so others also learn.
     
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    Aaww! It's more fun to edit the Uninstall key in the registry to get rid of them. You can also modify the "DisplayName" to display installed programs by their actual name and version numbers. :D
     
  6. brindle

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    LOL Frank
    that's the right way
     
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