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add and remove Windows coponents
Hy,

With Vista, can I add or remove a Windows component (ex Windows Mail, SNMP..) as in XP

Thank for your help
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RE: add and remove Windows coponents
It is not recommended to remove the components as they are more integrated
with the OS than they were with XP.
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~Windows Desktop Experience MVP~


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> Hy,
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> With Vista, can I add or remove a Windows component (ex Windows Mail,
> SNMP..) as in XP
>
> Thank for your help
>
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Mick Murphy
 

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RE: add and remove Windows coponents
Even in XP, you could NOT remove components of the default Operating System,
you could only turn them OFF.
The same applies in Vista.

Just use another email program, and make that one your default email program.
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"av62" wrote:

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> Hy,
>
> With Vista, can I add or remove a Windows component (ex Windows Mail,
> SNMP..) as in XP
>
> Thank for your help
>
>
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Mick Murphy
 

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RE: add and remove Windows coponents
Alex T, you are a total FAKE

You can NOT remove the components of the OS in XP, or Vista

This transscript sent to Microsoft!
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"Alex T. MVP" wrote:

> It is not recommended to remove the components as they are more integrated
> with the OS than they were with XP.
> --
> ~A.K.A. Makaveli213~
> ~Windows Desktop Experience MVP~
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> "av62" wrote:
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> >
> > Hy,
> >
> > With Vista, can I add or remove a Windows component (ex Windows Mail,
> > SNMP..) as in XP
> >
> > Thank for your help
> >
> >
> > --
> > av62
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Old 04-16-2008
Gary Mount
 

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Re: add and remove Windows coponents
If you have Windows Vista Ultimate (Business as well I think), then you can
use Local Group Policy Editor (run gpedit.msc to start the program) to turn
off the Windows Mail application. You can browse and see what else you can
change.
I don't see a remove Windows Mail option in the Turn Windows features on or
off in the Programs and Features application.

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> With Vista, can I add or remove a Windows component (ex Windows Mail,
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> Thank for your help
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Quote:
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Even in XP, you could NOT remove components of the default Operating System,
you could only turn them OFF.
The same applies in Vista.

Just use another email program, and make that one your default email program.
--
Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia


"av62" wrote:

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> Hy,
>
> With Vista, can I add or remove a Windows component (ex Windows Mail,
> SNMP..) as in XP
>
> Thank for your help
>
>
> --
> av62
> Posted via http://www.vistaheads.com
>
>
Windows Mail don't start, error with MSOE.DLL

SFC /scannow tell for this files (and 10 others files from winmail-app):
Cannot repair member file

HP didn't give the Vista DVD

I'd like to restart Winmail to read old mail and contact
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