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Anyone know what this is? Softgrid client:

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Bonecrusher123, Feb 16, 2010.

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  1. Bonecrusher123

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    well i also don't know perfectly about it but it looks like software file.
     
  3. paisanol69

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    softgrid is the old name for a Microsoft program...

    http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/appv/default.mspx

    hope that helps you...
     
  4. Bonecrusher123

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    ok thanks.

    do you know if i need it?
     
  5. Megabite

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    Yes I would think so........That file isn't any size at all....
     
  6. Bonecrusher123

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    it's 1.5 gig.

    are you sure it wouldn't cause problems? im not even sure what it does.
     
  7. Megabite

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    Ok I see now.......did you install this yourself......is this at the office or at home?
     
  8. Bonecrusher123

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    home system
     
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    so it should be ok to delete?

    would it affect windows functionality?
     
  11. Megabite

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    Create a Restore point first then remove it and restart the PC and see
     
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