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Corel Video Studio 12 removal?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by bixbo333, Jan 24, 2011.

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  1. bixbo333

    bixbo333 Thread Starter

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    I noticed in my Programs and Features that I have Corel Video Studio 12--1.1 gigabytes! I have had this laptop for more than a year and have never used this feature. I use Windows DVD Maker and HP's photo-editing software, so can I safely delete this? Thanks.
     
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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Any program you don't wany can be uninstalled from add/remove programs in control panel
     
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    Yes, I know that I can remove it and know how to do it. What I should have asked is: What are the consequences of removing it? It doesn't affect any other function, right? And if uninstalled, can it be reinstalled, and if so, how? Would I have to buy it? I doubt that I would ever need it, but I would like to know the ins and outs of deleting it. After all, it is taking up 1.1 gigabytes. Thanks.
     
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    it shouldn't affect any other function of the computer

    It is probably a customized version that came bundled with your computer so if you decide you want it again later, check if there is a disc of back up programs given to you
    if you don't have then you will probably have to buy it and the new version of it costs about $70
     
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