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Permanently remove Microsoft games - Hearts, Solitaire, etc.


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frantique

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Is it possible to permanently remove the Microsoft games (Hearts, Solitaire, Spider Solitaire and Freecell) from my computer? I'm not talking about removing them in Add/Remove Windows components in the Control Panel (because one can easily go back and add them again!) I'm talking about PERMANENTLY remove them so they cannot be retrieved? If this is possible I would greatly appreciate very detailed instructions on how to! :whistling:
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I found this link for you but it is a pity that one can't just delete them from system32(don't try it)

http://support.micro...b;EN-US;q307768
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Hey fleamailman thank you for your help. Did as suggested and da! da! they're gone and because the computer came loaded n I don't have the system CD's, I can't just put them back on - so all will be well!!
Again thank you. :whistling:
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As long as you don't ask me about HJT logs or cooking you will be safe I believe, anyway the fun is helping people so we are both happy now.
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