"*Laughingstar*" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> We cannot un-install this thing w/o removing programs that "it" made me
> un-install for OneCare to download (which I've put back on and shed
I treat those messages more as warnings than directions.
I think that they are just a list of things that you installed
since the original install, not necessarily anything that contains
Hence, you could save the list of them and watch to see if there
are any symptoms related to them after just completing the
uninstall. E.g., in the case of updates you shouldn't be surprised
if you get requests from AU or WU to reinstall things that you
had already installed and not uninstalled. If there were dependencies
in the thing that you were uninstallling that would regress the modules
back to ones which needed to be updated again. OTOH if there are
no dependencies then there would be no need to do anything further
with those packages the warning was listing.
> I feel like the Mafia has attacked.
> What next?
Uninstalling and reinstalling everything listed may be a better
defined procedure but I think it is usually overkill and definitely
a lot more work. ; )
> argon wrote:
>> same experience, firefox way faster on same computer. IE&7 you'd
>> think my broadband was a dialup
>> "Nish" wrote:
>>> Internet Explorer 7 is extemely slow compared to other browsers
>>> available in the market. Please improve it's speed to load web
>>> pages. It also cosumes lot of memory.
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