Re: Programs and Features
You can uninstall it if you'd like, but it does no harm being there. It does
do a similar job as the Windows disk cleaner, but on occasion (rarely, but
it does happen), it can erase some needed files.
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"RENEE" <RENEE@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thank you - that worked. However, it looks like CCleaner has hooked into
> lots of other things. I'm afraid it might remove other items which I do
> want it to do. Is it a safe program, or should I now uninstall it? Does
> do the same thing as Windows disk cleaner?
> "Dustin Harper" wrote:
>> You can download a program called "CCleaner" (http://www.ccleaner.com)
>> go to Tools, then select AdAware, and 'Delete Entry'. That will remove it
>> from the Programs and Features uninstall list.
>> Dustin Harper
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>> "RENEE" <RENEE@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I have completely removed Ad-Aware by using the Control Panel - Programs
>> > Features and then Uninstall. However, Ad-Aware still shows up under
>> > Programs
>> > and Features. When I hit Uninstall again, it says "cannot open the
>> > install.log file". I can't find an install.log file. I am using
>> > Windows
>> > Vista Ultimate. When I search the entire computer for Ad-Aware, it
>> > does
>> > not
>> > show up.