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waynf

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Are there any programs out there for removal of jpg's from computer. CCleaneer can't do it. Do I have to go into the system such as Command Prompt ?
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are you wanting to delete ALL jpg's? in one foul swoop?

why are you wanting to do this?
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This is a pre-owned computer and I want to make sure that there are no questionable(pornographic-violent) jpegs still in the system behind the scenes.

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the issue with doing this automatically is that you will delete ALL jpgs...like those used for icons and buttons in programs
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